Fourth of July in Nevada

Caesars Palace will have one of the largest Independence Day celebrations ever.  Around 9PM there will be a spectacular fireworks display that will be launched from the hotel’s Julius Tower and will last approximately 15 minutes. Be sure to get a great view and grab a spot in front of the fountains of Caesars Palace.

 

The Star Spangled Sparks fireworks display of one of the region’s best. Fireworks will be set off from the roof of Nugget Casino Resort while thousands of spectators hang out on Victorian Square below. There will be live entertainment for the whole family, a kid’s area and an array of food choices to complete the evening. The festivities are from 4Pm to 11PM.

 

Being one of the most highly anticipated events of the year, Boulder City’s Dambordee Celebration is a day full of fun and festivities. At 7AM the gin will begin with a Rotary Pancake Breakfast at Bicentennial Park. At 9AM there will be a flyover and parade. The from 10AM – 4PM food, drinks and games will be set up at Broadbent Memorial Park. From 4PM to 11PM more festivities will take place at Veteran’s Memorial Park. These festivities include food, games, live entertainment and of course a spectacular firework show at 9PM.

 

This year will be the 10th anniversary of Red, White and Tahoe Blue. This special anniversary will begin July 1st and end on July 4th and will take place on Village green. There will be more than 45 events from a firehouse pancake breakfast, rubber duck races, an ice cream eating contest, the annual veterans’ recognition, a hometown parade and a spectacular fireworks display.

 

What’s better than one fireworks display? Two displays! On July 1st and July 4th, at 9PM the 26th Annual Rockets Over The River fireworks display will shoot off over the Colorado river. The best places to view these firework displays will be from the Laughlin River Walk or form one of the hotels along the river.

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