Independence Day: Vegas Style

Image provided by Flickr; Photo by Scott O'Donnell

Image provided by Flickr; Photo by Scott O’Donnell

Once again, the Fourth of July celebration is upon us and like most people in Las Vegas, we’re trying to find out what we’re going to do to celebrate.

The typical cook out? Pool day? Afternoon in the park? The options are endless, but no matter what you’re cooking or where you are celebrating only thing is for sure; at the end of the night we’re all watching the fireworks.

Some people like to buy their own fireworks and others prefer to avoid the possible dangers and just avoid them at all costs. One of the benefits about living in Las Vegas is that there are so many options to see them in a safe and friendly environment for the whole family to enjoy.

Do you want to enjoy fireworks at a baseball game? Check out Cashman Field for a special show after the game. What about fireworks during a concert? Then Mandalay Bay is calling your name. How about after a NASCAR race? No other place than the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Perhaps you like your fireworks choreographed to music? Well then Laughlin’s Rockets Over the River is where you need to be this Fourth of July.

No matter how you like your fireworks, Las Vegas has it all this Independence Day weekend.

There are also a bunch of great places that offer views overlooking the Strip and valley to check out all of these fireworks lighting up our skies this weekend.

With all these fun things happening in town, don’t forget to plan ahead and take any necessary precautions. Things you should know about 4th of July in Las Vegas tell us more about everything that’s going on this weekend, plus useful tips like remembering to make reservations and be aware of the high temperatures to be expected.

There is no doubt that Las Vegas is the prime location to celebrate holidays with the variety of options it gives us every year without fail.


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