Tropicana Las Vegas launched its first-ever Holiday in Paradise outside in Tropicana Plaza to help spread holiday cheer this year. Through Jan. 3, more than 25,000 lights will cover the corner of Tropicana and Las Vegas Boulevard, alongside a 20-foot Christmas tree and a tropical forest of 25 palm trees and Christmas trees. The free experience for all ages also includes a 10-foot-tall, live poinsettia photo wall, holiday music and a pop-up bar serving winter-themed cocktails, hot cocoa and more.
Dec. 4–5 and 18–19 will be Free Cocoa Weekends, 4–7 p.m. when guests snap a picture with the Tropicana marquee in the background and tag @TropLV with #TropHoliday. Follow @TropLV to find out more about surprise holiday musical performances and appearances.
“We wanted to celebrate the holidays as safely as possible and provide a much-needed free outdoor holiday experience people of all ages can enjoy,” said Mike Thoma, assistant general manager, Tropicana Las Vegas. “While the holiday season may be uniquely different this year for all of us, the ability to safely visit our over the top Holiday in Paradise full of lights, cheer and decorations is here to usher in hope and happiness for everyone.”
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