Sick New World Festival will take place at the:
Las Vegas Festival Grounds
311 W Sahara Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
Note: Festival grounds are only accessible by walking, rideshare and Las Vegas Monorail. There is NO direct access to the festival grounds for passenger vehicles.
The Las Vegas Festival Grounds are located just a few miles from LAS (Harry Reid International Airport.
If you are staying on The Strip, it’s an easy walk to the festival, with the views of the city along the way! To give you an idea –
- 12 minute walk to Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
- 25 minute walk to The Venetian & The Mirage
- 30 minute walk to Caesars Palace
Las Vegas Monorail
Ride the Las Vegas Monorail to the SAHARA Las Vegas Station. Upon arrival, walk across the Monorail pedestrian bridge across Paradise Avenue and walk through SAHARA before crossing Las Vegas Blvd to enter festival grounds.
RTC Deuce Bus Line
If you’re coming from the other side of the Las Vegas Strip, check out the Deuce, a 24-hour bus service that picks up every 15 minutes. Buy a ticket ahead of time on the rideRTC mobile app. You can also pre-purchase your pass at one of the RTC's Ticket Vending Machines located at many of their stops. For more information, click here to visit the RTC’s website.
Taxis + Limousines
You can get dropped off by a taxi or limousine in the Festival’s Transportation Lot located at 810 Circus Circus Drive, at the South end of the Festival Grounds, just across the street from Circus Circus Hotel & Resort. At the end of the night, there will be a taxi queue here if you would like to hop in a ride directly from the festival.
*Subject to change.
The rideshare drop off is located at the Festival’s transportation lot located at 810 W Circus Circus Drive at the South end of the Festival Grounds, just across the street from Circus Circus Hotel & Resort. At the end of the night we encourage festival goers to walk to surrounding Hotels and Casinos to utilize the existing rideshare operations after the show for pickup. Please note at the end of the night, Las Vegas Blvd will be closed to through traffic and patrons will be directed south on the Strip. When heading south, you will be able to utilize existing rideshare operations.
No parking on site.