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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - JANUARY 01: Fireworks illuminate the skyline over the Las Vegas Strip during an 8-minute-long pyrotechnics show put on by Fireworks by Grucci titled "America's Party" during a New Year's Eve celebration on January 1, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. An estimated 318,000 visitors gathered to watch more than 80,000 fireworks shoot from the rooftops of hotel-casinos to welcome the new year. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

There’s going to be over 400,000 visitors this year on the strip, so LVMPD needs to do all they can to make safety and security as smooth as possible. They have released a list of items that are prohibited tomorrow night on the Strip as well as at Fremont Street Experience:

  • Metal and glass containers. Plastic cups and containers are allowed.
  • Purses bigger than 12″ x 12″ x 6″
  • Briefcases, backpacks or luggage of any kind, as well as cinch bags, computer bags and camera bags
  • Strollers or carts
  • Any kind of human-propelled stroller or strollers propelled by electricity or mechanical means. Only exception is with an authorized permit. Wheelchairs that are medically necessary are allowed.

LVMPD wants to remind everyone also that marijuana cannot be consumed or smoked in a public space. And that it is highly dangerous and illegal to shoot firearms into the air.

ATTENTION: JUVENILES UNDER 18 ARE NOT ALLOWED ON THE STRIP BETWEEN 6PM 12/31 AND 6AM 1/1. Violation of this could result in the child being detained and the offending guardian fined up to $300.

Here’s more info.