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Las Vegas New Year’s Eve Weddings
What better way to ring in the New Year, than to have your Las Vegas Strip Wedding at midnight at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign with fireworks erupting in the background as you are being pronounced husband and wife? Every New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas, Scenic Las Vegas Weddings offers this package to one lucky couple!
This New Year’s 2011-12 was dubbed “America’s Party: Las Vegas New Year 2012″ and included a spectacular fireworks show, fired from the roofs of the Tropicana, MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island (TI), The Venetian, and the Stratosphere. A total of over 56,000 explosions lasted more than 8 minutes.
New Year’s eve is a great time to be in Vegas. Ring out the old and ring in the new, the Las Vegas way. New Year’s eve in Las Vegas is always packed on the Vegas strip and this year was not exception. The 2011 Las Vegas New Year’s Eve celebrations drew over 314,000 visitors to Las Vegas! The entire 4 miles of the Vegas strip closes down to vehicles for one night each year and the celebration begins!
On New Year’s Even in Las Vegas, the Vegas Strip becomes a giant pedestrian mall and everyone parties outside till midnight. Tens of thousands of visitors walk the Vegas strip decked out in silly hats, noisemakers and holiday cheer.
New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas 2012-2013
We recommend that you book your hotel early. Hotel rooms sell out early and prices can soar for the holiday, so make sure to book your room as soon as possible to get the best prices and your first choice of accommodations. With all of the star-studded parties, fireworks and headliner concerts, there’s nowhere else on earth quite like Las Vegas to ring in the New Year and everyone knows it.
If you decide to stay on the Strip, the best ways to get around on New Year’s Eve are by taxi, walking, or using the Las Vegas Monorail. If you have a car and want to park in a hotel garage, you might want to choose one that’s near one of the ends of the Strip rather than in the middle. It’ll be easier to get out once you decide you’ve had enough and want to head back to your hotel. Mandalay Bay is a great place to stay for your Las Vegas New Year’s Eve wedding. You can walk to the Las Vegas Sign in about 10 minutes.
If you are interested in being our lucky 2012-2013 Las Vegas New Year’s Eve couple, please contact us as soon as possible to reserve your wedding! See our Las Vegas Weddings Specials page for details.