Vegas Vic is a famous neon sign, in the figure of a cowboy, located in Downtown Las Vegas. It originally stood atop a corner of the Pioneer Club, a casino dating back to 1942. The storied casino closed in 1995. Today, Vegas Vic continues to shine bright at the Fremont Street Experience, in the same downtown area where the casino once stood.
Downtown Las Vegas is original Las Vegas. Today, the Las Vegas Strip tends to get the lion share of attention owing to its development, glitz and glamor. However, the downtown area is plenty interesting as well because of its history, the Fremont Street Experience, some of the historic hotels in the area, the restaurants and the container park, to name a few things.
On the Las Vegas Strip, if you are looking for cowgirls, country music and dancing, you would need to look no further than the show X Country. It takes place at Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. See our photo with the cast above, from when we visited the show last year. Hopefully, the show will reopen in the not too distant future. You can see our CYInterview with some of the cast members of X Country, by clicking here.
For now, let us work together to stop the spread of Covid-19. We can do this by wearing masks when out in public, avoiding crowds, social distancing and washing our hands frequently and thoroughly to help contain the pandemic.