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The Best Places to Watch Fireworks In Las Vegas

Las Vegas FireworksCelebrating the Fourth of July with fireworks is an American tradition. It’s also dangerous if you do it on your own, not to mention illegal in many cities. If you’re going to be in Las Vegas this July 4th, there’s no need to put on your own firework shows. Here are some of the places around the city having grand displays this weekend. Caesars Palace: Fireworks and a Block Party Celebrate all weekend long as Caesars Palace. Commemorate both July 4th and the resort’s 50th anniversary. A block party is planned for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Like any good block party, there will be plenty of good music, drinks, food and games. Fireworks are scheduled for Sunday, July 3rd. Station Casinos: Friday Fireworks Station Casinos are also celebrating an anniversary, their 40th. To commemorate the occasion and weekend, the resort will be firing off fireworks on Friday, July 1 at 9:00 p.m. As one of the earliest fireworks shows of the weekend, this is a great place to kick off your Fourth of July weekend. The Stratosphere: Fireworks and Pool Parties Stay cool while you watch fireworks by attending one of the Stratosphere’s pool parties. The resort plans to launch fireworks at 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 3rd from several locations, including the tower. The show will be viewable from both of the Stratospheres’ pools. The party at the Radius is for those 21 and older. The party at the Elation pool is for all ages. Mandalay Bay: Fireworks and 311 311 will be headlining shows on both Saturday, July 2nd and Sunday, July 3rd at Mandalay Bay Beach. They’ll be playing classics, hits and rarities, and both shows will be followed by a fireworks display. If you’re a 311 fan, want to see fireworks, or are just looking for a solid show, Red, White and Boom won’t disappoint. Boulder City: Fireworks and Family Activities For a family-friendly Fourth of July, head to Boulder City on Monday, July 4th. The city’s 68th Damboree Celebration includes activities all day long, from the 7:00 a.m. “Lighting the Way” to the 9:00 p.m. fireworks show. There will be a pancake breakfast, flag raising ceremony, DJ, games and more. Wherever you spend this Fourth of July, remember to stay safe. Accidents happen, but they can often be prevented. Should you be injured in an accident this weekend, or at any other time, contact us at Greenman, Goldberg, Raby and Martinez Accident Injury Attorneys at 702-388-4476 for a free personal injury consultation. At GGRM, we have extensive experience with personal injury cases and would be happy to discuss the details surrounding your accident with you. Steps to Take After Being Injured on the Job Offer