ICEBAR Celebrates Las Vegas’ Reopening; Master Ice Carvers Build Snowman on 108-Degree Day, Put Finishing Touches on Ice Lounge Décor

Icebar Celebrates Las Vegas’ Reopening; Master Ice Carvers Build Snowman on 108-Degree Day, Put Finishing Touches on Ice Lounge Décor
ICEBAR Celebrates Las Vegas’ Reopening with Snowman on 108-Degree Day

ICEBAR celebrates its reopening at The LINQ Promenade with world-renowned ice carvers putting finishing touches on the immersive ice attraction’s ice décor, while staff built snowmen with “snow” created in the carving process next to the outdoor patio.

The indoor ice attraction opens to the public today.

ICEBAR’s ice experience at The LINQ Promenade encompasses 1,200 square feet kept at a frosty 23 degrees Fahrenheit. Made from 100 tons of ice shipped to Las Vegas from Canada and Minnesota, ICEBAR required 12 professional ice carvers working for three weeks to construct its dazzling ice experience filled with masterful ice carvings, dazzling projection mapping technology and other eye-popping decor surrounding a 10-foot-by-10-foot bar constructed entirely of ice.

ICEBAR is the new, immersive ice attraction at The LINQ Promenade at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. A project by Noel Bowman of Minus5 Ice Experience, ICEBAR offers a distinctively chill vibe for people of all ages, with signature frosty cocktails served in glasses made entirely of ice for guests age 21 and older. ICEBAR is currently open daily from 1 to 10 p.m. 

For more information, visit minus5experience.com/icebar or follow on Instagram.