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The Chainsmokers Viva Vision World Premiere

The Chainsmokers took over the 3rd Street Stage for the world premiere of their Viva Vision light show on Fremont Street Experience. The Grammy award-winning EDM icons, Drew Taggart and Alex Pall, were also joined onstage by FSE President, Patrick Hughes. Drew and Alex greeted the massive crowd waiting right outside the D Las Vegas.
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the D Las Vegas’ Crew Takes on EDC 2019

the D Las Vegas’ awesome crew took on EDC 2019 like never before. If there’s anything this city knows about the D Casino Hotel owner, Derek Stevens, it’s that he knows a thing or two about this highly-anticipated music festival. Every year, Derek, his wife, Nicole, and the D crew take on Electric Daisy Carnival
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WWE’s Alexa Bliss, Kalisto, and Lady Lucha Dine at Andiamo

WWE stars, Alexa Bliss, Kalisto, and his wife, Lady Lucha, all revisited the award-winning Andiamo Italian Steakhouse within the same week! First up, the iconic masked wrestling icon, Kalistio, and wife, Lady Lucha, stopped by the dining hot spot and indulged in a ton of top-notch seafood. Afterwards, they headed over to Downtown Las Vegas
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the D Las Vegas Goes Mad for March Madness

When March Madness rolls around… the D goes all-out. the D Las Vegas just held FREE March Hoops viewing parties in the 12th floor Detroit Ballroom for one week. These viewing parties were jam-packed, fun-filled, and one slam dunk of a good time! Downtown Vegas dribbled all important aspects of an unforgettable basketball bash: 10+
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WWE Icon, Bill Goldberg, Revisits His Downtown Favorites

Many celebrities love visiting downtown Las Vegas. However, WWE superstar, Bill Goldberg, is towards the top of that list. “Da Man” recently made a DTLV appearance and hung out on Fremont Street Experience… from one end to the other. First, Goldberg spent some time at the 1906 “Vegas Classic”, Golden Gate Hotel and Casino (one