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Apr 25, 2022

In partnership with the Downtown Vegas Alliance, a nonprofit organization of downtown business owners and stakeholders, the city of Las Vegas announces a number of special offers from downtown hotels, businesses and venues during the NFL Draft, April 28-30.

With hundreds of thousands of people expected to be in Las Vegas on draft weekend, downtown Las Vegas offers a great, fun and easily accessible option for taking in all the action, as well as special offers during NFL Draft weekend at select venues. In some cases, there is no cover charge to attend and enjoy NFL Draft watch parties in the downtown area. 

“DowntownLas Vegas stands ready to welcome with open arms all NFL Draft watchers,” saidMayor Carolyn G. Goodman. “After your team picks its nextstar it is time for you to be a VIP when you experience all our city has tooffer. Jump on the free Downtown Loop shuttle and visit all of the fabulousrestaurants, bars, museums, casinos, attractions and hot spots. We inviteeveryone downtown – you won’t be disappointed!”

  • Brewery Row in the 18B Las Vegas Arts District offers numerous options for taking in the draft. After your draft day is done this vibrant area along Main Street south of Charleston Boulevard is a place to enjoy, food, drinks, art and shopping. Learn more.
  • The Mob Museum, located at 300 Stewart Ave., will offer a $5 discount off general admission on April 28 for all those wearing an NFL jersey. The museum is open on April 28 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and the offer is valid at the box office only (no online tickets sales to receive the discount). Information is at www.themobmuseum.orgDowntown. Las Vegas also offers museums and cultural offerings for when you want to take a break from football.
  • Circa Resort & Casino, 8 Fremont St., hosts draft watch parties throughout the weekend: April 28 starting at 5 p.m.; April 29 starting at 4 p.m.; April 30 starting at 9 a.m. At Stadium Swim, reserved spots are available for the Pro Football Draft Watch Party on April 28 and 29. Chill in one of Stadium Swim’s six pools while watching the draft on the venue’s massive 40-foot-tall high-definition screen.. At Circa Sportsbook, enjoy a 78-million mega pixel screen with full audio on April 28. More information is at https://circalasvegas.com/stadium-swim/#book.
  • Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino, 206 N. Third St., hosts an NFL Draft Watch Party on April 28 starting at 11 a.m. at the Citrus Grand Pool Deck. There is no admission fee. In addition to draft viewing, there will be drink specials, a live DJ, drawings for shares of $5,000 in William Hill sports bets, official gear giveaways and more. Drink specials will be available throughout the weekend. More information is at www.downtowngrand.com.
  • Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, 129 E. Fremont St., Troy Liquor Bar hosts a nightly “Get Your Draft On” party, April 28-30, with doors opening at 9 p.m. and a live DJ starting at 10 p.m. No cover, and additional information is available at www.nightlife@goldennugget.com.
  • Art Houz Theaters, 814 S. Third St., will screen the NFL Draft live on one of its luxury theater screens. Tickets are $10 each with a $50 food and beverage minimum per person. NFL Draft watch tickets available at the box office only. Find more information at www.thearthouz.com.
  • Fremont Street Experience, 425 E. Fremont St., hosts a jam-packed weekend of free concerts and shows on all three stages. At 2 p.m. April 28-29, an NFL-themed production show called “Grid Iron Girls” runs daily with a noon start time on April 30. The show is followed by a series of free concerts on all stages that run through 3 a.m. On April 29, a special Bruno Mars tribute band, Bruno & the Hooligans, is on Stage 2 from 9 to 10:30 p.m. More information at www.vegasexperience.com.

There is so much to do and see, so we encourage you to explore downtown. Take advantage of our Downtown Loop, a free shuttle servicing the exciting attractions.  

Road Closures


Where: Surrounding the intersection of Flamingo Road and Las Vegas Boulevard, at the corner of Bellagio Hotel & Casino.

When: 24 hours a day:

  • Wednesday, April 13
  • Wednesday, April 27
  • Sunday, May 1
  • Friday, May 6

Lane reductions will occur just west of Bellagio’s North Valet entrance off eastbound Flamingo Road, and will extend up to Bellagio Drive off southbound Las Vegas Boulevard, just past the fountains.

Flamingo Road:

The right-hand turn lane on eastbound Flamingo Road to turn south onto Las Vegas Boulevard will be closed.

A second right-hand turn lane will be closed from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

Las Vegas Boulevard:

The two lanes in front of Bellagio Hotel & Casino off Las Vegas Boulevard from Flamingo Road up to Bellagio Drive will be closed.

A third southbound lane will also be closed 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.


Where: Las Vegas Boulevard will be closed both directions from Flamingo Road to Bellagio Drive (southbound) and Paris Drive (northbound). Flamingo Road will be closed in both directions from Las Vegas Boulevard to Koval Lane.

When: Wednesday, April 27 from 10 p.m. to Saturday, April 30 around 11:59 p.m.

The far west lane of Koval Lane, from Krueger Drive to Flamingo Road will be closed.

Here are suggested alternate routes from LVCVA:


Must enter Bellagio Drive traveling on Las Vegas Boulevard. Turn left on Bellagio Drive to access self-parking and valet.

Flamingo, Cromwell, LINQ and Harrah’s:

Access off Las Vegas Boulevard


Off Las Vegas Boulevard, turn right into Paris Drive to access both valet and self-parking


Take Harmon Avenue to Audrie Lane to access both valet and self-parking

The Westin Las Vegas:

There will be no public access to The Westin Las Vegas.

The Cosmopolitan:

Enter off Harmon Avenue, from Las Vegas Boulevard or from Valley View Boulevard

Hughes Center:

Access off Paradise Road via Corporate Drive or Sands Drive

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