Las Vegas Fremont Street businesses face dicey road to recovery Mike Shoro, Las Vegas Review-Journal · May 7, 2020 at 7:49 pm The lights are off, and everybody is home. On a typical day, people soar overhead on the zip line at the Fremont Street Experience, under the dazzling LED light shows of the canopy. Tourists and locals alike, often of questionable sobriety, commingle at the Experience for live concerts and form lines out the doors of their favorite, neon-lit bars. On Wednesday, a chain-link fence blocked the entrance to the canopied, subdued Experience walkway. Neonopolis is cordoned off. The sidewalks on Fremont Street East are empty, save for a handful of people biking or picking up food from a restaurant curb.