July is a busy and fun month for Las Vegas. Visitors can celebrate the 4th of July with spectacular fireworks throughout the city as well as tons of family-friendly events. The month also brings in world-renowned comedians and summer concerts you don’t want to miss. Here’s what’s happening in Vegas this July:

Independence Day
Fireworks at Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace will present fireworks at approximately 9:20 p.m. Saturday. The property will also offer carnival games, foosball, a bocce ball court, and drink specials Saturday and Sunday at the Spanish Steps. Caesars will also offer fireworks viewing parties at Venus European Pool lounge, 5 O’clock Somewhere Bar at the Flamingo, Piano Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas, Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas and an outdoor dinner and fireworks viewing at VoooDoo Steakhouse at Rio.

Fireworks Viewing at Beer Park
Enjoy hot dogs and ice cream carts with your fireworks at Beer Park. The venue is a great spot to take in Caesars 4th of July fireworks.

Fireworks at Stratosphere
The “Red, White & Boom!” fireworks display will begin at 9:15 p.m. Wednesday. A viewing party will be held at Elation rooftop pool.

Parade and Events at The LINQ
The LINQ Promenade will host red, white and blue-themed LED parade at 8:15 p.m. on Saturday. Guests will also be able to enjoy body marbling and the Caesars Palace fireworks at 9:00 p.m. On Sunday, the parade starts at noon with family-friendly activities like balloon art, balloon toss contests and jugglers. On Monday, Timmy Sneaks will do a live art exhibition. Then the 4th, the promenade will feature activities, stilt walkers, caricature artists, hula hoop performers and more. The High Roller Observation Wheel will also be lit red, white and blue beginning at sunset.

Comedy
July’s comedy lineup starts off with a bang as the intense and inquisitive Joe Rogan brings some laughs to the Mirage stage on July 6. Iliza Schlesinger will follow up with her hilarious routine on July 7. Emmy Award winning actor, recording artist, improv, dancer and television personality Wayne Brady will end out the Aces of Comedy fun July 14. Meanwhile at Caesars Palace, Steve Martin and Martin Short will kick off the month with the return of their hit comedy show An Evening You Will Forget For the Rest of Your Life. Jim Gaffigan will make a stop at Caesars with his The Fixer Upper Tour on July 20.

Fight Week
Fight Week returns to Vegas July 3 – July 7 with community/charitable events, social gatherings, educational seminars, amateur sporting competitions and three live UFC fight cards and semi-pro and multiple amateur championships. The events will take place throughout Vegas at Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas Convention Center South Halls, and T-Mobile Arena.

Concerts
Besides the pool parties, there is nothing more exciting in summer than the concerts. You can always catch some of Vegas usual headliners like Celine Dion, Donny & Marie, and Backstreet Boys, but if you’re looking for a special summer concert show, don’t miss Method Man at Brooklyn Bowl on July 6.  Gwen Stefani, as she continues to bring her hits to Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood July 3-21. Bruno Mars at the Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino Pavilion July 25-28. Multi-talented singer, musician and instrumentalist Brian McKnight will be at The Joint on July 27.