Welcome Sign Going Blue For Colorectal Cancer Awareness MonthThe officials will turn on blue light bulbs installed on the world-famous Welcome sign during a brief ceremony in front of the sign. The sign is on Las Vegas Boulevard just south of Russell Road.
Welcome Sign Goes Red For American Heart MonthThe officials will turn on red light bulbs installed on the world-famous Welcome sign during a brief ceremony in front of the sign on Friday, February 2.
Vegas Welcome Sign Goes Blue For Pain Awareness MonthMore than 50 landmarks and buildings across the country are going blue in support of Pain Awareness Month, including the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, the Los Angeles International Airport, and the world-famous Welcome sign in Las Vegas.
Vegas Welcome Sign Going Gold For Cancer AwarenessThe Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada kicked off the group's "shineGOLD" for childhood cancer awareness campaign on Friday.
'Welcome' Sign Turned For Military Appreciation MonthClark County Commissioners and United Service Organizations (USO) representatives turning the popular sign red, white and blue on Monday in recongnition of Military Appreciation Month.
Welcome Sign Going Red For Red Cross 100th AnniversaryClark County Commissioners and representatives from the American Red Cross of Southern Nevada will turn the sign red at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 1.
Las Vegas Sign Goes Purple
Solar Energy To Power Iconic Vegas Welcome SignSolar panels now linked to the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign.