Saturday, June 30, 2007

Fourth Of July Events For Las Vegas - Rated G


Family, Fun, & Fireworks In Las Vegas


There are a variety of events and fireworks displays around the Las Vegas Valley in celebration of the Fourth of July.

Don't forget that even though Vegas is an adult playground, there are many family friendly ( and fun ) activities available to tourists and locals alike.




The following events are subject to change. Please contact, Clark County Parks and Recreation, the municipal parks and pools, or the concert venue to confirm dates and times.

*** Red, White & Boom canceled
The Clark County Parks and Recreation has canceled the Red, White & Boom celebration that has been held annually at Desert Breeze Park. The event is being replaced by smaller gatherings at county pools.



  • July 4

    Fourth of July at Anthem Hills Park


    Description: Come join the fun at Anthem Hills Park. The festivities will start at 5pm, with free youth activities starting at 6:30pm and continuing until 8:30pm. From 6 to 9pm there will be live music by Gregg Karukas and great jazz by David Van Such. Fireworks by Grucci start at 9pm.
    Location: Anthem Hills Park, 2256 N. Reunion Drive (off Anthem Hills Parkway)
    Time: 4:30pm-10pm
    Cost: Free

  • July 4

    Fourth of July at Morrell Park


    Description: There will be fun for the whole family when the 4th of July Celebration kicks off. Carnival games and attractions will start the fun at 5pm. Game tickets can be purchased at the event. At 9pm the evening festivities will come to an end with spectacular fireworks by Grucci.
    Location: Morrell Park, Harris Street and Major Avenue
    Time: 4:30pm-10pm
    Cost: Free

  • July 4

    Star-Spangled Spectacular


    Description: The Las Vegas Philharmonic will perform patriotic music along with a fabulous fireworks display.
    Location: Hills Park Hillpointe Road west of Rampart
    Time: 8pm, Gates open at 4:30pm
    Cost: TBA

  • July 3

    7th Annual Independence Day Jubilee


    Description: This year's event will feature a variety of food vendors, great music, kids activities including the only 15 ton Snow Mountain in July, along with give-aways and much more.
    Location: Seastrand Park, 6330 Camino Eldorado, Las Vegas
    Time: 6pm-9:30pm
    Cost: Free

  • July 3

    America and Christopher Cross


    Description: Stars on the Lake concert series presents, America and Christopher Cross in their July 4th, Independence Day celebration. The evening will conclude with a spectacular fireworks display.
    Location: Lake Las Vegas, Las Vegas
    Time: 8pm
    Cost: VIP Tickets: $59.95 GA Tickets: $29.95

  • July 3

    Old-Fashioned 4th of July


    Description: Celebrate Independence Day with contests, music, games, food, sparklers and more.
    Location: Stupak Community Center, 300 West Boston Avenue, (702) 229-2488.
    Time: 6 to 8:30pm
    Cost: Free
    Age: All ages

  • June 29

    4th of July Celebration


    Description: Wear your red, white and blue for this patriotic Independence Day program. We'll share all-American stories and make safe-sparklers.
    Location: Clark Co. Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas
    Time: 4pm
    Cost: Free
    Age: 7-11

  • July 4

    Yankee Doodle at the Pool


    Description: Compete against the lifeguards in different games and activities for a chance to win prizes.
    Location:
    · Baker Pool, 1100 E. St. Louis Avenue, (702) 229-1532.
    · Doolittle Pool, 1950 J Street, (702) 229-6398.
    · Freedom Park Pool, 889 N. Pecos Road, (702) 229-6309.
    · Municipal Pool, 431 E. Bonanza Road, (702) 229-6309.
    Time: 1 to 4 p.m.
    Cost: Daily Cost
    Age: All ages

  • July 4

    Red, White & Pool Party


    Description: Celebrate Independence Day with food, music, swimming, games and pool fun.
    Location: Pavilion Center Pool, 101 S. Pavilion Center Drive, (702) 229-1488.
    Time: 12 to 4 p.m.
    Cost: $3 per person
    Age: All ages




Related article from Las Vegas Logue:
Vegas Celebrates 4th Of July 2007

2 comments:

Cairen said...

Thanks for all the fourth of July options, you have a great list of things that look really fun!

Tay said...

thanks for your info... i'm going to Vegas for July 4th...

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