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Fireworks above the Strip on Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014, as seen from atop Trump International Tower in Las Vegas.
Friday, July 3, 2015|2 a.m.
Las Vegas is pleased of its fireworks.
Even when wind and snow threatened to put a halt to our annual New Year’s Eve show on the Strip, prep works went on and thousands ended up for the freezing phenomenon.
The 4th of July will definitely be a much warmer affair. Right here are 7 spots to enjoy the fireworks in Las Vegas and the surrounding communities.
1. The Stratosphere|2000 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas
Fireworks illuminate the sky near the Stratosphere in Las Vegas.
Catch a panorama of the city and a fireworks reveal all at once from 1,149 feet up in the Stratosphere’s Observation Deck. Arrive by 7:30 p.m. for fireworks that begin soon afterwards. Expense: $29.99
2. The Eastside Cannery|5255 Rock Highway, Las Vegas
One Six Sky Lounge is located on the hotel’s 16th floor and offers a wonderful view of the whole city. Doors open at 8:30 p.m. for city-wide firework viewing. Admission is complimentary but guests must be at least 21.
3. Fremont Street Experience|Fremont Street from Main Street to 4th Street, Las Vegas
The Fourth of July firework display screen on the Fremont Street Experience.
A virtual fireworks show will dominate the 1,400-foot electronic canopy at the Fremont Street Experience from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday. If you are in for something a little futuristic, the complimentary LED show will not disappoint.
4. Green Valley Cattle ranch Resort|2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, Henderson
Fireworks blow up over the Eco-friendly Valley Cattle ranch Resort & & Spas on Friday, July 4, 2014.
View the casino’s nine-minute program from atop the Green Valley Cattle ranch’s parking garage starting at 9 p.m.
5. Lake Las Vegas|Henderson
Fireworks light the night sky at the Lake Las Vegas fireworks make-up reveal Saturday Sept. 17.
Family-friendly Lake Las Vegas is hosting a Fourth of July party featuring live music, marina activities, face-painting, stilt walkers, balloon artists, games, food and drinks. Fireworks begin at 9 p.m. For $20 per person you can see the show from aboard the LaContessa, a yacht. For yacht reservations call [email protected]
6. The Divine Cafe at the Las Vegas Springs Maintain|333 South Valley View Boulevard, Las Vegas
The second floor of the Divine Cafe offers a full view of the Strip and lots of city fireworks. Enjoy a complete bar and barbecue food inside the roomy, air-conditioned cafe. Cost: $10
7. The Moapa Paiutes Tavel Plaza|12 Lincoln Street
If you’re feeling daring, the Moapa Paiutes sell fireworks larger and much better than the ones you can purchase in Las Vegas. About a 30 minute drive northeast of the city, the Travel Plaza has a launchpad so you can celebrate the Fourth with your own fireworks. Light them up with other households in the middle of the desert playground. The Paiutes also place on their own firework program and this year they are including live music.