Caesars Palace and The LINQ Promenade celebrated the Fourth of July weekend in Las Vegas with a fireworks display at Caesars Palace. The iconic center Strip fireworks show began at 9:15 p.m. and brightened the summer night sky.
The LINQ Promenade hosted a family-friendly Fourth of July weekend celebration that included something for every age and a collection of great events to be a part of the action on the center of the Strip.
On July 3, there were special holiday-themed strolling entertainment throughout the Promenade and performance by the Daniel parks Band on the Fountain Stage.
On Independence Day, July 4, there were special holiday weekend games throughout the promenade like face painting, balloon animals, and a special ice cream trike offering free popsicles to cool off from the Las Vegas heat.
There were also a performance by the Daniel Parks Band and the Nellis Honor Guard took the Fountain Stage representing the Nellis Air Force Base, performing a flag ceremony.
Guests were able to get a bird’s eye view of the fireworks on the High Roller. They were able to take in the view of the Las Vegas skyline from 550-feet as the city celebrated July 4 on the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel, located right at the center of the Las Vegas Strip with views of the entire valley.
The High Roller was lit red, white and blue in celebration of Fourth of July weekend with special July 4 packages were offered at the High Roller box office.
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