Downtown Las Vegas
601 Fremont St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
A concert venue with a big bar a bigger stage and a hip, Hollywood cowboy design scheme.
In the Fremont East District of Downtown Las Vegas.
The audience varies depending on the concert.
A little on the pricey side but not at all out of line.
When there's a band playing that you want to see.
Because you are a fan of live music.
The neighboring Backstage Bar & Billiards acts as a pre- and post-concert party spot.
Downtown has needed a place like this for a long time.
The Strip has an almost endless list of places where you can watch live music, from tiny casino lounges to massive Colosseum stages and everything in between. But Downtown Las Vegas has been sorely lacking in such venues save for the antiquated, traditional showrooms at places like The Golden Nugget or Plaza, which don't book cutting edge acts.
Enter the Fremont Country Club, Downtown's first legitimate concert venue.
Built in what used to be a Sears department store, the 10,000 square-foot concert hall has a big stage, a massive bar dominating one wall, and lots of room for people to stand, dance, or sit in VIP booths. The design is probably best described as Texas meets Hollywood, with cow print, red walls, and lots of bling. It's a fun, comfortable space and has
Acts will vary but the people behind the venture have some deep music industry connections so don't be surprised to see big names on the bill.
Don't forget about the adjoining Backstage Bar & Billiards, which acts as a pre- and post-concert party spot.