What is Area15?
AREA15 is Las Vegas’ newest experiential entertainment district offering live events, immersive activations, monumental art installations, extraordinary design elements, unique retail, bars and eateries, and much more.
AREA15 is a wondrous mash-up of experiences and an immersive playground, all rolled up into one vibrant space.
IS AREA15 SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES?
We’re open to visitors of all ages from opening until 10 PM. After 10 PM, visitors must be 21 years or older with a valid driver’s license or ID to enter.
We’re for the disruptors, tastemakers, influencers, and agents of change. And, pretty much anyone who likes cool sh*t. Some experiences may have height and /or weight requirements, and guests must be 21 or older to consume alcohol.
IS AREA15 ADA-COMPLIANT?
Every space in AREA15 is handicap accessible, though some of our attractions may require our guests to get out of their wheelchair.
Lasers, strobe lights, synthetic fog, smoke and high intensity sound are used at AREA15. Some Experiences inside AREA15 also utilize these same effects within their own spaces. Visitors that may be sensitive to these effects are advised to contact an AREA15 ambassador prior to entering the venue.
Earplugs are available upon request.
WHERE IS AREA15 LOCATED?
AREA15 is located minutes from the Strip at 3215 S. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, just off I-15 and Desert Inn Road.
IS THERE PARKING AT AREA15?
We offer free parking. Yes, free parking.
WHERE SHOULD OUR TAXI OR RIDESHARE DROP US OFF?
Rideshare drop-off is accessible via Rancho Drive and located on the east side of AREA15– the side closest to the I-15 freeway and just right of main entry.
Pick-up is available on the west side of AREA15, just left of the main entrance.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO GET INTO AREA15?
An Entry Pass is now required for all guests visiting AREA15.
Daytime entry into AREA15 is free. Late-night entry on Fridays and Saturdays after 10 p.m. is $15 for those ages 21+. You can save $5 on late-night entry by securing an entry pass BEFORE you arrive.
CAN I BOOK TICKETS TO AREA15 ON MY PHONE?
Yes, you can AND we recommend it! Download the (free) AREA15 app from the App Store or Google Play Store to purchase and centralize all your tickets as well as digitally explore AREA15 and monitor your Particle count.
SHOULD I BUY EXPERIENCE TICKETS AHEAD OF TIME?
That’s up to you! Booking in advance will guarantee a spot for the wonderfully weird and diverse experiences inside AREA15. Certain experiences and events sellout quickly or have limited availability. You may also book tickets on-site, but we cannot guarantee availability in the event an experience has sold out online.
DOES AREA15 SELL BUNDLE TICKETS?
Yes! We offer two! Enjoy up to 20% off when you mix or match more of AREA15’s experiences with the Buy More. Play More Bundle. Offer available Monday – Wednesday (excluding holidays), for select activations.
Save $20 off retail price and step inside the world of Vincent van Gogh, walk through Wink World where art house meets psychedelic funhouse, and experience a sound & light explosion at Museum Fiasco with the Starry Light Art Bundle. Offer available Monday – Wednesday and redeemable from 12 PM to 5 PM.
CAN I PURCHASE AN AREA15 GIFT CARD?
Stay tuned! Gift cards will be available for purchase inside AREA15 soon.
CAN I BUY THE ART IN AREA15?
Fall in love with something? Good news, many of the larger-than-life art pieces in Art Island and throughout the building are available for purchase. Contact our curator for more information.
CAN I BRING MY LUGGAGE INSIDE? IS THERE A PLACE TO STORE MY BAGS?
Personal-size bags such as purses, backpacks and the always fashionable fanny packs are welcome inside AREA15. Luggage such as duffle bags and rolling suitcases are not permitted. All bags are subject to search before entry.
AREA15 does not offer a baggage check or storage lockers. Bags, and all personal items, should be kept on your person at all times. We do not take responsibility for any personal items whilst inside.
CAN I PAY BY CASH OR CARD? IS THERE AN ATM INSIDE AREA15?
An ATM for cash withdrawals is conveniently available just outside Rocket Fizz, located on the first floor in the northeast corner of AREA15’s SPINE corridor. Withdrawal fees may apply.
Are there rules at AREA15?
While AREA15 is an open and welcoming place, we have our rules and we take them rather seriously. Because we care about the safety and comfort of all who enter this exceptional place. Our Code of Conduct can be viewed here.
What are AREA15's COVID safety requirements?
In accordance with the CDC and a recent mandate from the State of Nevada, all guests entering AREA15 are required to wear masks or facial coverings regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status. AREA15 strongly encourages wearing a facial covering while exploring the Art Island and attending ticketed outdoor events.
If you would like to take a COVID test, Curative is offering testing at no cost to you right on-site. You can view available appointments here.
IS PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED?
AREA15 encourages creativity, exploration and imagination in all forms. However, when visiting AREA15, guests are required to follow Photography + Film Policy here. Personal still snapshots + video are allowed and encouraged but must not disrupt regular operations or other visitors.
Professional cameras and equipment are not allowed. Personal phones, small handheld digital cameras with non-detachable lenses, or other personal cameras, such as a Polaroid, are allowed inside AREA15.
Any individuals looking to shoot for editorial or commercial use, bring additional camera equipment (i.e. cameras with removable lenses, lighting, tripods, flashes, etc.), record audio/video or use AREA15 as a backdrop for posed, directed, portrait or professional photography require a reservation and approval by AREA15.
Use of AREA15’s logo and the artwork within AREA15, which is not incidental to taking snapshots and videos for personal use, is strictly controlled and subject to the prior written approval of AREA15.
ARE SERVICE ANIMALS ALLOWED INSIDE AREA15?
Abso-woof-ly! Service dogs (and miniature horses, in some cases) who are required because of a disability and/or are trained to perform a task or work are welcome to visit alongside their humans.