Learn about the St. Patrick’s Day Fremont Street Experience In Las Vegas with our travel guide

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Don your green attire and get shamrocked on Fremont Street! Green beer and Irish whiskey will flow freely, Come early and drink often!

Fremont Street Experience St. Patrick’s Day Celebration begins on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, and goes through Sunday, March 20, 2022. You can enjoy 187 hours of FREE live entertainment during the celebration.


The Las Vegas Valley Firefighters will host the 8th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on St. Patrick’s Day. Uniformed firefighters from across the country will join the Las Vegas firefighters for the march down Fremont Street.

Each day the Fremont Street Experience ShamRock festivities will begin at 11 am and go until 3 am the next morning. Their live entertainment will feature 19 bands, including

  • The Arcana Kings
  • Whiskey Galore
  • Celtic Rockers
  • Finnegan’s Wakenn
  • Darby O’Gill & the Little People
  • The Angry Brian’s
  • Swainn

These bands and more will be performing on the stages on Fremont Street’s renowned pedestrian mall. There will also be live entertainment in the resorts and casinos on Fremont Street.

Witness the amazing visuals on Viva Vision, the largest video screen in the world. It is 1,375 feet long, 90 feet wide and is suspended 90 feet above the pedestrian mall. The Music Lights shows are 6 to 8 minute shows featuring 3D graphical interpretation of top songs from legendary musical artists. This is the largest digital display on the planet and one of the best free things to do in Las Vegas.

Enjoy the “luck of the Irish” and play games of chance in the partner casinos on Fremont Street. The bars will have plenty of drink specials, green beer and specialty cocktails.

There will be roaming entertainment along Freemont Street throughout the evenings so be ready for photo ops. And when it comes to people watching, there’s simply no place that can compare to Fremont Street during their St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Hotel Deals

You should consider staying in the Fremont Street hotels so you won’t have to worry about driving and parking and you can devote all your time to partying. The Four Queens Hotel & Casino is sold out for St. Patrick’s Day and the weekend, but the other hotels have vacancies. Click on our links to see the savings Green Vacation Deals readers can get.