Las Vegas 4th of July fireworks are among the most spectacular you will ever see. Not only does the Strip put on an extravagant show, but all around the Vegas Valley there is no shortage of awesomeness.
Where to see Las Vegas 4th of July Fireworks
Stratosphere Tower Fireworks
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, the Stratosphere Tower soars 1,149 feet high. It is one of the most noticeable icons in the stunning Vegas skyline. The tallest building in Vegas is one of the best places to view the Las Vegas 4th of July fireworks.
A pool party and live concert featuring Zowie Bowie start the day with great music, drinks, and swimming. Only $10 gains you admission for the event starting at 6:00pm and ending at 11:00pm.
Admission to the Tower is $28 and a parent or adult guardian must accompany children under 16. For more information click here.
Caesars Palace and the High Roller at The LINQ
The Caesars Palace opening of the High Roller this year brings a brand new and exciting place to view the Las Vegas 4th of July Fireworks. The High Roller reaches 550 feet high with an impressive view of the Strip and surrounding areas. This is not your ordinary Ferris wheel. The “cabins” hold up to 40 people and are air conditioned to escape the scorching summer heat.
The Las Vegas 4th of July fireworks start at 9:00pm with a special show behind the High Roller at 9:30.
Fireworks at Red Rock Hotel and Casino
If you live or are visiting the west side of town, you do not want to miss the impressive fireworks display at the Red Rock Resort. Station Casinos know how to celebrate and the Las Vegas 4th of July fireworks they put on is no exception. This one is the largest 4th of July fireworks show in all of Southern Nevada.
The Red Rock Las Vegas 4th of July fireworks begin after 9:00pm and lasts for nine minutes. None other than the Grucci’s produce this magnificent show of lights.
Green Valley Ranch Fireworks
Another Station’s property on the east side have their own Las Vegas 4th of July fireworks. The Green Valley Ranch show is also at 9:00pm and can be seen from many locations. The Grucci’s of New York also put on this fireworks display.
Lake Las Vegas
Lake Las Vegas starts the Independence Day celebration on Friday but the fireworks are on Saturday, July 5th. Friday brings a Dive-In Movie and Beach Party. The party starts at 6:00pm with the movie Sandlot showing at 8:30pm at the Upper Pool.
The celebration continues on the fifth at The Village at Lake Las Vegas. Music from The Rockin’ Mockers starts at 2:00pm till 6:00pm followed up by Southern Stue at 7:00pm. Fireworks kick off at 9:00 and then another Dive-In movie at 9:30.
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Las Vegas 4th of July Fireworks in Henderson at Mission Hills Park
Henderson knows how to do things right and they begin celebrating at 6:00pm at Mission Hills Park. If you are worried about parking there will be a free continuous shuttle service from Foothill High School, 800 College Drive, beginning at 5:30.
The fireworks are from 9:00pm to 9:15pm and will be accompanied by the Henderson Symphony Orchestra.
Viewing the Las Vegas 4th of July Fireworks
No matter where you are in Las Vegas you will surely be able to see some fireworks. There are many more local displays along with some privately held fireworks that are wonderful to see. Going to a higher elevation and enjoying the view is always an option. Be careful where you park to not disturb others and of course obeying all the laws!
Have a safe and wonderful time enjoying the Las Vegas 4th of July Fireworks.