• 20-JUN-2019

Las Vegas Lights Up the Night with Fourth of July Events

Caesars Palace
Las Vegas will celebrate Fourth of July weekend by honoring the red, white and blue with live entertainment, fireworks, pool-side parties and more.
Offering one-of-a-kind Independence Day experiences, Sundance Helicopters allows visitors to enjoy breathtaking views of the city-wide fireworks show. Guests can choose from the Fourth of July aerial tour, which includes a flight over the Las Vegas Strip during one of the fireworks displays; or the twilight picnic package, which flies passengers to a scenic overlook to watch the fireworks dance across the Las Vegas skyline.  
Caesars Palace will host an extravagant firework display on Thursday, July 4, beginning at approximately 9:15 p.m.  
Kicking off the weekend with a bang, Station Casinos will cover the sky with fireworks shows at both Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa and Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa & Casino for viewers from Henderson to Summerlin to enjoy.
Open to the public, The Plaza Hotel & Casino will host its annual Independence Day party at its rooftop pool. The downtown pool party will feature performances by live DJs, drink specials and a hot dog eating contest. Wrapping up the evening, fireworks will be staged from multiple locations on the Plaza’s roof and towers, ensuring an amazing show visible for miles.
Turn up the music with DJ Pauly D at Drai’s Beach Club located atop The Cromwell Hotel & Casino with unparalleled views of the Las Vegas Strip on July 4. Guests can soak up the sunshine at a dazzling, one-of-a-kind multi-level rooftop escape boasting more than 75 luxurious bottle service tables.
Lake Las Vegas will dive into the holiday weekend with an unforgettable Fireworks Cruise across the lake on July 5. During the scenic sunset cruise, guests aboard the La Contessa Yacht will enjoy live entertainment, endless hors d’oeuvres and a spectacular firework finale.
Dance the day away at Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas as internationally known DJ KYGO takes the stage on July 5. Pool-goers can enjoy the Las Vegas sun in the 55,000-square-foot tropical oasis, including three-tiered pool and 32 private bungalows and cabanas.
Take a sip and join ABSINTHE for a celebration of all things red, white & Veuve on July 6. Sponsored by Veuve Clicquot, the over-the-top event will include food and drink specials with a DJ spinning tunes under the ABSINTHE Electric Oak Tree throughout the day and long into the night. 
Located in historic Downtown Las Vegas, partygoers are invited to turn it up “One Louder” during an unforgettable free Fourth of July concert with ACM Award-winning country music group Eli Young Band at the Fremont Street Experience. Music fans of all ages can rock out under the iconic Viva Vision canopy as Eli Young Band takes over the 3rd Street Stage to perform their chart-topping hits including “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” “Crazy Girl,” “Love Ain’t” and more.
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