Happiness and excitement sizzled alongside the hum of neon lights on Fremont Street Experience this year, as ghouls and goblins awoke from their pandemic slumber to come out and play. What in years past was usually a crowded throng of drunken debauchery with several sober souls dodging the madness, was now a fluid celebration wearing one common mask: a smile. Locals, vacationers, workers, buskers and entertainers buzzed along the .8th of a mile street under a canopy of innocent fun. Fremont Street was alive this Halloween, and nothing, even COVID, could stop it.
Ronda Churchill is a freelance photojournalist based in Las Vegas and available worldwide. You can follow her on Instagram: (at)rondachurchill