Come celebrate the United States independence in Las Vegas 4th of July Weekend for some real fun! Las Vegas will host the best concerts and fireworks shows in the country. Families and friends alike make their way to Vegas on the forth of July to bask in the sun, par-take in the fun activities , watch the fireworks, and to enjoy the holiday! There is no better way to enjoy the holiday for the 4th of July in Las Vegas than by calling Vegas VIP. Make your reservations early as availability is limited.
Since the independence day falls in the middle of summer, pool parties are the best option to celebrate fourth of July weekend, it is the busiest day of summer season and pools are packed with crazy crowd, check out our pool parties section to see our pool party package deals and specials during the 4th of July weekend.
It's an average June 29th. The night air is quiet and still. On your television, the news reports the usual follies of the world and you're only half paying attention. Suddenly, though, the quiet outside is interrupted by a thundering boom. You're shaken, more-so by the flash of iridescent light in the distance than by the sound. While you're aware of the lack of clouds in the sky, it takes a moment to register that what you're experiencing isn't weather, but rather man's eagerness to blow things up remembrance of our Independence Day.
The Fourth of July is a huge holiday no matter what part of the country you may find yourself in. Albeit locations near water may feel that they have the best firework shows around, there are cities that can give these ocean-view shows a run for their money – one such city being Las Vegas. While the excessive lighting may always illuminate the sky over Sin City, a Las Vegas firework show is something that should not be missed. Luckily for guests already staying on the strip, there are plenty of places to plop down and watch the assault on the stars.
For those lucky enough to have procured a spot amongst that massive crowd on the Strip, it's essential to be aware of your surroundings and to know exactly where the best parties lie. Clubs like TAO and XS offer the usual fare of partying atmosphere, but limit their guest's abilities to enjoy the inevitable slew of fireworks. On a night like the Fourth of July 2016, it's best to find an outside venue, especially one that's private and (unfortunately) requires a cover charge. Though locations like Wet Republic, Bare, and the Marquee Dayclub may end up getting a big crowded, you won't be fighting the same level of crowds that the more public pools experience. Paying the cover charge is worth it, too, as each year the parties are fueled by numerous celebrity guest appearances and iconic DJ's who live to keep the celebration going. The celebrity line-ups change each year, so expect a different (and potentially better) experience with each coming Fourth of July 2016.
If you don't already have a place to stay on the strip on the Fourth of July, than you should just cut your losses and either stay home or find somewhere else to go. During the holiday, trying to make it down Las Vegas Boulevard is a show in and of itself – though not an enjoyable one. That's where a place like Sam's Town comes in, which offers up a birds-eye view of the valley from the roof of its main parking garage. Locals and guests can camp atop the structure and watch a 360 degree panoramic view of residential and business fueled shows. Other off the Strip locations includes the ground level parking lot of Sunset Station, which offers a show of its own, and Green Valley's "The District", a small strip of outdoor shopping and eateries.