It’s been fifteen months since Main Street Station in downtown Las Vegas closed for the pandemic. And now, finally, the property is set to welcome guests back once again. The venue has a casino floor that’s 27,000 square-feet and boasts more than 400 hotel rooms.
September 8th is the target date put in place by owners Boyd Gaming. The casino and hotel will return to full 24 hour a day operation for the first time since the doors closed in March of 2020.
Most other resorts owned by Boyd have already re-opened, with the exception of the Eastside Cannery. In downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street, that includes the California and the Fremont.
A representative from Boyd stated that the company is “…thrilled to announce the reopening of Main Street Station and to welcome back our team members and guests who have been eagerly awaiting our return…”