Flashback Friday to Halloween Night on Fremont Street Experience

Flashback Friday to Halloween Night on Fremont Street Experience
When a haunted holiday meets downtown Las Vegas, be prepared for one incredible Halloween! This past Halloween, thousands of party-goers crowded the Fremont Street Experience, right outside (and inside) the D Casino Hotel! From the straight-up sexy, to the decked out dazzling, to the spunky and spooky, ALL kinds of unique costumes were spotted hanging around the D’s wildly popular LONGBAR! (Photo credit: the D Casino Hotel

The Dancing Dealers at the D Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
The Dancing Dealers at the D Casino Hotel in Las Vegas

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The customers weren’t the only stars of the night, though. The D’s employees had just as much fun as everybody else! All night long, the dancing dealers and slushy bartenders were dressed up in stylish wigs, funky hair dye, and creative face paint.

Guests at the D Casino Hotel on Halloween
Guests at the D Casino Hotel on Halloween

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Guests at the D Casino Hotel on Halloween
Guests at the D Casino Hotel on Halloween

Photo credit: the D Casino Hotel

Even the casino’s owner, Derek Stevens, and his wife, Nicole, were dressed for the occasion. As a matter of fact, they were celebrating all weekend! From being part of the “Average D’s” dodgeball team, to becoming the “Captain Morgan and Coke” dynamic duo, no one can stop these two from showing some spirit!

 The D Casino owner, Derek Stevens and his wife Nicole
The D Casino owner Derek Stevens and his wife Nicole

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Halloween guests at the D Casino Hotel
Halloween guests at the D Casino Hotel

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Guests at the D Casino Hotel on Halloween
Guests at the D Casino Hotel on Halloween

Photo credit: the D Casino Hotel

Guests at the D Casino Hotel on Halloween
Guests at the D Casino Hotel on Halloween

Photo credit: the D Casino Hotel

The costume craziness continued at the D’s sister property, Golden Gate. The Vegas classic had visitors channeling their favorite film characters from “Suicide Squad,” “It,” and many more! Both properties were jam-packed with excitement. We can’t wait to see what downtown has in store next year!