The "Entertainment Capital of the World" is finally fully reopened and Las Vegas is planning a spectacular Fourth of July fireworks show featuring Fireworks by Grucci to celebrate the return of Vegas. This will be the first time that the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) will put on a firework show on the Fourth of July.
Over and above celebrating Independence Day, the venue will be rejoicing the return of live entertainment following the reopening of the city to 100 per cent capacity. On June 1, Clark County, which the Las Vegas metropolitan area falls under, resumed pre-pandemic norms with all restrictions related to capacity limits, large gatherings and more being removed.
At 11 p.m. on July 4, the themed, coordinated fireworks event will be launched from the rooftops of ARIA Resort & Casino, Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Resorts World Las Vegas, The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Skypod, Treasure Island Las Vegas, and The Venetian Resort Las Vegas.
Kate Wik, chief marketing officer for the LVCVA commented, saying, "Las Vegas is a city built on hospitality and entertainment, and we are thrilled to welcome visitors back from around the country. The excitement throughout the destination is palpable, and we know the pent-up demand to visit is real. We have been waiting for this moment to announce that once again, your 'Only Vegas' experience is waiting."
This summer season will also feature a stellar line-up of performances and events at the destination.
Brad Paisley will be live at the Encore Theatre at Wynn Las Vegas from June 25-26, Mystère by Cirque du Soleil at Treasure Island Las Vegas,starting on June 28, and Shin Lim at The Theatre at The Mirage will run from Thursday through Monday, starting on July 1.
"O" by Cirque du Soleil will be hosted at Bellagio Resort & Casino starts on July 1, Bill Burr will perform at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, and from July 2-3, the Aces of Comedy will entertain at The Mirage Hotel and Casino.
Catch performances from Tom Segura from July 2-3, Chelsea Handler on July 10, Bill Maher from July 16-17, Gabriel Iglesias from July 23-24, and Jim Jefferies from July 30-31.
More big names continue to emerge with Dave Chappelle bringing the laughter at MGM Grand Garden Arena from July 2-3, Illenium at Allegiant Stadium on July 3, Bruno Mars at Park MGM from July 3-4, 9-10, 23-24, Miley Cyrus at Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World Las Vegas on July 4, and Dave Chappelle returns with Joe Rogan at MGM Grand Garden Arena from July 8-9.
For the country music fans, Garth Brooks will be strumming his stuff at Allegiant Stadium on July 10 and for intense fighting action, the UFC 264 event, Poirier vs. McGregor 3, will take place at the T-Mobile Arena on July 10.
Dance music fans are in for a treat when Paul Oakenfold gets on the decks at AREA15 on July 10 and mind-bending illusions and feats will be on display at the Criss Angel MINDFREAK performance at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, starting on July 7.
Usher will take R&B fans on a romantic trip with several dates booked at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. He will perform July 16-17, 21, 23-24, 28, 30-31.
Debbie Gibson and Joey McIntyre will delight crowds at the Sands Showroom at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas from Aug. 26-29.
Additional fireworks displays will be conducted throughout the destination on the Fourth of July weekend. These will be held at Plaza Hotel & Casino, Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa & Casino, and Lake Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is responsible for marketing Southern Nevada as a tourism and convention destination to the rest of the globe and running the 4.6 million-square-foot Las Vegas Convention Centre (LVCC).
The Centre boasts almost 150,000 hotel rooms and 14 million square feet of meeting and exhibition space in Las Vegas. The LVCVA's stated purpose is to attract leisure and business visitors to the area.
The LVCVA is also the owner of the Boring Company-designed and constructed Vegas Convention Centre Loop, a subterranean transit tunnel. It additionally owns the Las Vegas Monorail, which is an elevated 3.9-mile transport system with seven stops across the resort corridor.