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Caesars Palace Fourth of July Fireworks 2016

In celebration of the Fourth of July Caesars Palace, on July 4, 2016 Caesars Palace Las Vegas will host an Independence Day fireworks display. Fireworks by Grucci will be launched from the hotel’s Roman Tower starting at 9:15 p.m. Great views will be had from the Las Vegas Strip at Caesars fountains.

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Boulder City Damboree Celebration

68th Annual Boulder City Damboree Celebration
“Lighting the Way”
Monday, July 4th

7 a.m.
Rotary Pancake Breakfast at Bicentennial Park located at 1100 Colorado Street
9 a.m.
Flyover by the Boulder City Veteran’s Flying Group
Parade begins at Colorado Street, down Nevada Highway to 5th Street, to Broadbent Memorial Park at Avenue B and 6th Street
Water Zone – The only location for water play on the parade route starts at Avenue A to Avenue B and Avenue B to the end of the parade at 6th Street. If you want to engage in water play, you must be at this location. No water play will be allowed at any other location on the parade route. No water balloons will be allowed.

Festivities at Broadbent Memorial Park – 1301 5th Street

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Midway booths
Food, drinks and games (Presented by nonprofit groups)
11 a.m.
Damboree Ceremonies
Flag raising and national anthem (Presentation of parade trophies and greetings by dignitaries)
11:30 a.m.
Entertainment
Noon
Coin toss at the pool (Admission: price to the pool)
Games and contests (Sponsored by the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department)
1 p.m.
Games and contests (Sponsored by the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department)
4 – 11 p.m.
Festivities at Veteran’s Memorial Park located at 1650 Buchanan Boulevard
$10 Parking
6 to 8:45 p.m.
Music – DJ Mike Pacini
Food, games and water park
9:00 p.m.    FIREWORKS SHOW
9:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Music – DJ Mike Pacini

For more information, contact the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department at (702) 293-9256 or by email at Damboree@bcnv.org

Summer of Caesars Fireworks

As part of Caesars Palace’s 50th Anniversary “Summer of Caesars” celebration, the iconic property pays homage to its colorful history of hosting amazing daredevil action with a night jump by the Red Bull Air Force skydiving team in front of the famed resort. The daring stunt is set to take place on Sunday, July 3 at 9 p.m. during the free Independence Day Weekend Block Party and will be followed by a colossal 13 ½ minute fireworks extravaganza set directly above the hotel’s newly-reimagined Julius Tower (weather permitting).

Kicking things off at the stage built over the iconic fountains at Caesars Palace at 8 pm will be a roster of live entertainment including beloved winner of ‘American Idol” season five, Taylor Hicks, cast members from Absinthe and the UNLV “Star of Nevada” Marching Band.

Caesars Palace has a rich history of hosting suspenseful, daredevil action that dates back to 1967 when Evel Knievel attempted to jump the resort’s towering row of fountains on his famous red, white and blue motorcycle – a feat that was successfully completed years later by his son Robbie Knievel in front of a national television audience in 1989. Robbie Knievel was the first to clear the fountains and will be on hand July 3 to witness the latest thrilling stunt at Caesars Palace.

Wearing illuminated wingsuits equipped with red, white and blue LED lights, the Red Bull Air Force will make their adrenaline-pumping jump, skillfully landing on a target on the famed Las Vegas Strip directly in front of Caesars Palace.

“We want to take this opportunity to honor America, celebrate our 50 years and thank everyone who has ever visited our property,” says Caesars Palace President Gary Selesner. “The festivities will be highlighted on the evening of Sunday, July 3 with a thrilling stunt honoring Caesars daredevil legacy, a fireworks extravaganza which will be among the largest displays Caesars has ever done, live music and a free public celebration in front of Caesars Palace.”

Highlights of Caesars Palace Independence Day Weekend festivities include:

  • OMNIA VIEWING PARTY – Joining in the Caesars Palace 50th Anniversary festivities, OMNIA Nightclub will open its doors early Sunday, July 3 as it hosts a firework viewing party on its iconic Terrace.  Offering the most breathtaking views of the Strip and a front row destination to view the show, the 21 and over party will feature $18 specialty Independence Day themed cocktails and sounds by resident DJ Mikey Francis. Locals and hotel guests with a valid room key will receive complimentary entry to the special event. Doors open at 8:30pm. Dress code: No shorts, sandals, or hats. For more information please visit omnianightclub.com.
  • MILITARY OFFER – In honor of Independence Day, all veterans and active duty military who verify their identities through ID.me and book a Las Vegas reservation on Caesars.com between June 30th and July 5th for stays on selected dates through 2016 will receive up to 20% off.
  • FREE PUBLIC BLOCK PARTY – The Roman Plaza and Spanish Steps directly in front of Caesars Palace will be transformed for the massive block party which will feature live music, signature cocktails, life size games, patriotic decorations, Serendipity 3 BBQ specials and more from noon to midnight beginning Friday, July 1 through Monday, July 4.
  • MUSICAL PERFORMANCE, STUNT AND FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA – On Sunday, July 3, beginning at 8 p.m. live entertainment and special performances will take place on a special stage constructed over the famous Caesars Palace fountains. It is free and open to the public.

As the resort reflects on its many milestones and memories Caesars Palace continues to reinvent and re-imagine, for more information or to book your room for the celebration, visit caesars.com/CP50. To download historical images and full press kit, click here.

Mandalay Bay 4th of July Fireworks Show

Multi-platinum rock band 311 will light up the sky above Mandalay Bay Beach this Fourth of July Weekend with explosive back-to-back performances followed by a dazzling display of fireworks to celebrate the red, white and blue holiday.

Guests will be treated to 311’s hits, classics and rarities on Saturday, July 2 & Sunday, July 3 at 8:30 p.m. Watch the sky above Mandalay Bay Beach light up red, white and blue with spectacular fireworks following the show on both nights.
The best views will be from Mandalay Bay Beach. Tickets to the fireworks and musical performance are priced between $57 – $64. Doors open at 8 p.m. and performances start at 8:30 p.m. nightly.

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