The Daily Snack: Area15 Is Breaking New ‘Grounds’

On four acres, "The Grounds" will be an ideal spot for festivals

By OTS Staff

Area15 (3215 South Rancho Drive) is an arts and entertainment district located just off The Strip to the West. Since its opening in late 2020, it has played host to a variety of activations, art installations, restaurants and retail locations. Now Area15 is expanding with “The Grounds,” a new outdoor event space set to open in the summer.

Winston Fisher, CEO of Area15, said, “We look forward to hosting large-scale music concerts and festivals on ‘The Grounds.’ The proximity of the land to Area15, the Strip and Downtown Las Vegas will provide the concert-goer with an unparalleled experience.”

The Deets

• “The Grounds” is more than 4 acres (190,000 square feet) long and can host more than 20,000 guests.

• It will have a sweeping view of the Las Vegas skyline.

• The site formerly hosted the Scandia Family Fun Center.

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