Published on June 14th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby


Steve Aoki Celebrates Worldwide Premiere of New Viva Vision Light Show at Fremont Street Experience

Last night on June 13, two-time GRAMMY Award-nominated record producer, DJ, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Steve Aoki, celebrated the official worldwide premiere of his new Viva Vision light and sound show at Fremont Street Experience.

During the event, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman welcomed guests alongside President and CEO of Fremont Street Experience Patrick Hughes, who thanked the City of Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Conventions and Visitors Authority and their property partners for their hard work and dedication to exceeding all expectations with the first phase of the $32 million renovation to the iconic Viva Vision screen in Downtown Las Vegas. Shortly after, Steve Aoki made his grand entrance and flew high above the crowd on the SlotZilla zipline to Main Street Stage while excited spectators watched from below.


Photo Credit: Black Raven Films

Following the daring display, Fremont Street Experience gave visitors a first glimpse of the upgraded canopy and unveiled the captivating, six-minute musical montage featuring Aoki’s top hits “Delirious,” “Azukita” and “Waste It On Me.” Later, partygoers went wild as the electro house trailblazer took over the turntables and delivered a high-powered set, hyping up fans with his signature sounds and undeniable onstage aura.

Renovations to the city-owned Viva Vision canopy, which will be completed for the unveiling on New Year’s Eve 2019, are being done in sections to ensure visitors can enjoy the light shows throughout the entire process. Steve Aoki’s free light and sound show will run seven days a week and rotate with existing shows from artists such as The Chainsmokers, Green Day, Imagine Dragons, The Killers, Tiesto and more.

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