If it’s a holiday you can bet Las Vegas will be partying. This Fourth of July, the Entertainment Capital of the World invites locals and visitors to experience sexy pool parties, entertaining tours and shows and explosive fireworks all in the name of Independence Day. Here’s what’s happening in Las Vegas this 4th of July:
TOURS & SHOWS
Grand Canyon South Rim Tours by Gray Line Tours
Celebrate America’s independence by visiting one of the most gorgeous sites in the world - the Grand Canyon! During the Grand Canyon South Rim Tours by Gray Line Tours you’ll learn about the Grand Canyon’s history, enjoy a lunch and explore the area on incredible trails. It’s the perfect day trip before taking in the many fireworks on the Strip.
VORE: Vegas Off Road Experience
Speaking of daytime adventures, another way to take in Nevada’s beauty this July 4th is via a VORE race truck. With Vore: Vegas Off Road Experience you can take in the many stunning sights of the desert while flying 20-feet in the air, hitting outrageous jumps and high-speed drifts.
Vegas! The Show
For a classic Vegas experience to start your Independence Day evening don’t miss Vegas! The Show. Learn more about Vegas’ entertainment from showgirls to Elvis Presley, the neon sign graveyard and much more.
Raiding the Rock Vault
Rock out this Fourth of July with the ultimate rock show, Raiding the Rock Vault. Rock out to the greatest anthems of all time from such bands as The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Doors, Kimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Queen and more. Classic hits for the ’60’s, ’70’s and ’80’s are performed by legendary musicians.
There is nothing quite like enjoying America’s independence than sitting poolside at a Vegas pool. Here is a quick guide to the many pool parties this holiday weekend:
DJ Pauly D at Drais Beach Club
Wet Republic Thursday at Wet Republic
Whoo Kid at Liquid Pool Lounge
Mike Attack at Marquee Dayclub
Hellman at Tao Beach
Jessica Who at Drais Beach Club
Creeps at Marquee Dayclub
DJ Shift at Liquid Pool Lounge
Dillon Francis at Encore Beach Club
RL Grime at Encore Beach Club
Kyo at Encore Beach Club
Laid-back Luke at Drais Beach Club
Calvin Harris w/ Generic at Wet Republic
DJ Bamboozle at Liquid Pool Lounge
Kaskade at Kaos Dayclub
Vice at Marquee Dayclub
Justin Credible at Tao Beach
Flosstradamus at Encore Beach Club
DJ Pauly D at Drais Beach Club
The Chainsmokers at Encore Beach Club
DJ Nova at Liquid Pool Lounge
Skrillex at Kao Dayclub
Lane 8 at Marquee Dayclub
Caesars Palace will present fireworks at approximately 9:15 p.m. on 4th of July. The best places to view the fireworks on-property are the Garden of the Gods pool deck and the Spanish Steps and other pedestrian areas near the front entrance of Caesars Palace.
Celebrate America with the island sounds of Jamaica during Mandalay Bay’s 4th of July celebration. Reggae-pop band Mystic Roots will take the stage at Mandalay Bay Beach, leading up to a firework show at 10:30 p.m.
While the Stratosphere won’t be hosting its own fireworks show, it will still be the place to be this Fourth of July. Standing at 1,149 feet-tall, the Sky Pod Observation Deck offers the best vantage point for watching fireworks across the valley.
For an excellent vantage point check out Beer Park’s July Fourth fireworks viewing party. Beginning at 11 a.m., guests can enjoy an All-American menu, a selection of 100-plus bars, and a roaming hot dog cart.
The LINQ Promenade will host four days of events and activities, including dancers, DJs, live music and more beginning at noon through 11 p.m. Thursday to July 6 and noon to 7 p.m. July 7. On Thursday, guests can enjoy a pre-fireworks festival at 6 p.m., followed by a sunset parade through The LINQ Hotel. Dueling DJs will spin a silent disco at 9 p.m., and fireworks will be launched from Caesars Palace about 9:15 p.m.
Take your Fourth of July viewing experience to the next level with Sundance Helicopters. The company is offering two options. The first includes a champagne toast and an aerial tour of the Strip and other parts of Vegas. For a little more romance enjoy a trip to a private bluff near Red Rock Conservation Area for a champagne picnic at sunset, followed by views of the fireworks throughout the valley.