Happy 4th of July from Js Travel Consultants

Fireworks for the 4th of July

Las Vegas will be all lit up again with the sounds of patriotic music and plenty of fireworks! America turns 243 this year.

Fireworks are the highlight on the Strip and surrounding areas.

Here's the schedule:

Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa - 9:00 PM

Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa - 9:00 PM

Plaza Hotel and Casino - 9:00 PM

Heritage Park in Henderson - 9:00 PM

Boulder City - 9:00 PM

Lake Las Vegas - 9:00 PM

Caesars Palace - 9:15 PM

Mandalay Bay - 10:30 PM

View from The Strat on the 4th

The Strat won’t be hosting its own fireworks show like it does on New Year’s Eve, but the 1,149-foot-tall tower is a good vantage point for watching displays across the valley.

Head to the recently renovated observation deck that circles the tower for a chance to see the valley from every angle. Admission is $25 for the holiday. You can also hop on sky-high thrill rides X-Scream, Insanity, and Big Shot July 4th - 7th with a one-day pass for $44.95.

Private Viewing Deck at Margaritaville

Margaritaville is throwing a viewing party directly across the street from Caesars Palace to view the fireworks. For $125.00, guests get an open bar, appetizers, and guaranteed seating on a third-floor viewing area.

This has become a very popular spot so get your reservations early!

Mandalay Bay Beach with Mystic Roots

Reggae-pop band Mystic Roots will take the stage at Mandalay Bay Beach, leading up to a fireworks show at 10:30 PM.

Ticket holders can swim in the wave pool, lounge on the sand, and enjoy drinks and food holiday-style.

Along with Caesars Palace, this is the only fireworks show on the Strip, but due to the layout of the beach, the fireworks aren’t quite as easy to view from outside the resort.

Get a ticket and hang on the beach, admission tickets starts at $20.00