Life is Beautiful brings multiple downtown road closures
Life is Beautiful is returning to downtown Las Vegas this weekend after a year-long hiatus, bringing with it a series of road closures.
The three-day festival runs Friday through Sunday and takes place primarily in and around the Fremont East District.
The most influential road closures go into effect on Friday at 12:01 a.m., including the closure of Fremont Street to vehicle traffic between Las Vegas Boulevard and 6th Street, according to a road closure plan released by the City of Las Vegas earlier this month. Fremont will reopen to vehicular traffic at 11:59 p.m. on Monday
Also early Friday morning, Carson Avenue closes from 6th to 7th Street and 6th and 7th Street from Bridger Avenue to Carson. These streets will reopen to vehicles on Monday at 11:59 p.m.
For most of the month, several road closures are in place in connection with the event, including the following:
Closed between September 6th and September 24th: Mesquite Avenue between 6th and 8th streets; 6th Street between Stewart Avenue and Mesquite; 7th Street between Stewart and Mesquite.
Closed between September 10th and September 23rd: 10th Street between Fremont and Ogden Avenues and 8th Street between Carson and Fremont.
Closed between September 13th and September 20th: 9th road between Fremont and Ogden.
Closed between September 13th and September 21st: Stewart between Las Vegas Boulevard and 8th Street; 6th and 7th streets between Ogden and Stewart; Ogden between 9th and 11th and Fremont Street between 6th and 11th Streets.
Closed between September 14th and September 20th: Ogden between 7th and 9th streets.
Closed between September 14th and September 21st: Ogden between 9th and 11th streets.
Closed between September 15th and September 20th: Carson between 7th and 11th streets; 7th and 9th streets between Carson and Ogden; 10th Street between Carson and Fremont and 8th Street between Fremont and Ogden.
Closed between September 15th and September 21st: Fremont between 6th and 11th Streets.
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