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Las Vegas Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Closures and Cancellations

All Las Vegas resorts and casinos are temporarily closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandamic. The city is closely monitoring the global health response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention and the World Health Organization.

In addition to the guidelines from these agencies, these resorts are also closely monitoring the guidance provided by the Southern Nevada Health District.

Check back frequently for the most up-to-date information on Las Vegas Coronavirus closures.

Nevada State-wide Shutdown

Gov. Steve Sisolak has ordered a statewide shutdown of all casinos and all non-essential businesses in Nevada. The shut down will start within the next 24 hours and last for 30 days. The state's coronavirus containment will include the closing of all casinos, bars, restaurants, hotels, health clubs, beauty salons, malls, gas stations, etc. All gaming machines in the entire state will be turned off as of midnight tonight.

Wynn Las Vegas and Encore to temporarily closed on Tuesday, March 17

Updated 3/15/2020 - Latest Announcement!: In order to keep employees and guests safe, Wynn Resorts have decided to close Wynn Las Vegas and Encore on Tuesday, March 17, at 6 pm. Wynn Resorts anticipate that they will be closed for two weeks, after which they will evaluate the situation.

Las Vegas Coronavirus (COVID-19) Closures

MGM Resorts temporarily closed properties on Tuesday, March 17

Updated 3/15/2020 - Latest Announcement!: MGM Resorts has announced its decision to temporarily suspend operations at its Las Vegas properties until further notice, effective as of Tuesday, March 17th. Casino operations will close on Monday, March 16th, followed by hotel operations. MGM Resorts operate the following properties in Las Vegas.
Bellagio
ARIA
Vdara
MGM Grand
The Signature at MGM Grand
Mandalay Bay
Delano
Park MGM
NoMad
The Mirage
New York-New York
Luxor
Excalibur

T-Mobile Arena is also closed

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to temporarily close on Wednesday, March 18

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas announced Monday the property would close Wednesday at 6 p.m. through March 31, due to the growing concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Venetian and Palazzo to temporarily close on Wednesday, March 18

The Venetian and Palazzo will temporarily close on Wednesday until April 1st, due to the growing concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19).

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Convention cancellations, closures, and postponements in Las Vegas
National Association of Broadcasters
(NAB Show 2020) April 18-22
Postponed or potentially cancelled
Adobe Summit - March 29-April 2 Online-only event
Atmosphere'20 Digital Will take place as a virtual event on March 23-27
NXT Global Summit - July 14-15 Cancelled
ISC West - March 17-20 Postponed to July 2020
Altitude Intimates - March 17-19 Cancelled

Las Vegas Coronavirus (COVID-19) Closures

CONEXPO-CON/AGG & IFPE 2020 closed one day early on Friday, March 13, at 5 p.m., due to the growing concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19), and travel restrictions put in place by the President.

Wynn Las Vegas will temporarily cancel all large entertainment gatherings. This includes our buffets, nightclubs and theaters in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas St. Patrick's Day 2020 Cancellations

Cirque du Soleil temporary suspension

Due the escalation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group has announced the immediate temporary suspension of the following Cirque du Soleil shows in Las Vegas:
Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas temporary suspension "O" at Bellagio
KÀ at MGM Grand
The Beatles LOVE at The Mirage
Mystère at Treasure Island
Zumanity at New York-New York
Michael Jackson ONE at Mandalay Bay

**Customers may cancel show bookings for a full refund, for any reason, through May 31, 2020 or 24 hours before the show begins, whichever is earlier.

NFL Draft April 23 - April 25, 2020

The NFL will proceed with the NFL Draft as scheduled, but all public draft events planned for the Las Vegas Strip have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

** Public NFL Draft events in Las Vegas next month will not take place.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vegas Cancellations / Closures


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