For spectacles and celebrations, it’s hard to beat the city renowned for its shimmering lights, vibrant energy and 24-hour revelry. Las Vegas knows how to set the stage for a party and 4th of July 2023 is no exception. Whether you’re looking for fireworks, pool parties that go from day to night, sporting events, or all-American eats and entertainment, here are five things to do in Las Vegas for the 4th.
Star-Spangled Pool Parties
Nobody knows how to throw a pool party like Wynn Las Vegas. With a star-studded DJ lineup, sparkling pools, luxurious cabanas and its world-renowned day and nightlife venues, Encore Beach Club and XS at Wynn are the places to be for a splashing good time. All holiday weekend long, join the fun with performances by The Chainsmokers, Marshmello featuring special guest Avril Lavigne, Tyga and Diplo to name a few. Check out the full pool party and nightlife lineup here.
If you’re in the mood for a more chill vibe, visit the Resort Pools at Wynn for a dreamy afternoon of sunshine and sparkling waters. Be sure to order the refreshing Watermelon Fresca Margarita, the perfect summer sip only available poolside at Wynn.
Cool theater, hot comedians and lots of laughs are what you can look forward to at Encore Theater this celebratory weekend. Catch the all-American humor of Louisiana’s own Theo Von for a string of performances in the intimate Encore Theater June 30, July 1, 2 and 7. Or catch Jack Whitehall’s debut at Wynn with his “Jackarse Tour” on July 1.
For a truly dazzling spectacle, grab tickets for Awakening at Wynn Las Vegas. Featuring soaring aerialists, bounding acrobats, high-energy choreography and comedic moments, this visual masterpiece has revolutionized the live-theater experience. The mythic adventure unfolds amid one of the most technologically-immersive theaters ever designed with an extraordinary 60-foot, 360-degree multi-level prismatic stage that undulates and expands as the characters move. Let your spirits fly at Awakening this holiday weekend with show times on the 4th at 7 and 9 p.m.
From burgers to dogs, Detroit style pizza to Nashville hot chicken, all served up with root beer floats, shakes or cold beer and cocktails, it doesn’t get any more American than Charlie's Sports Bar at Wynn Las Vegas. New to Charlie’s menu are their robust breakfast sandwiches — the perfect and delicious way to fuel up for a full day of fun-filled celebrations.
For an all-you-can-eat gourmet feast of American classics as well as cuisine from around the world, visit The Buffet at Wynn. You can pair your buffet dining experience with an endless pour package.
Or step back in time and into the glitz of golden-era Hollywood and the glamorous showrooms of vintage Vegas at Delilah. This is the hotspot for stars, influencers and all lovers of high-style supper club dining and entertainment in Las Vegas. Fun and surprising casual menu items like The Burger, made with dry-aged Angus beef, and Delilah’s Famous Chicken Tenders, the best tenders you’ll ever eat – served alongside more classic entrees – provide something for everyone and keeps the vibe at Delilah cool and relaxed.
Take Me Out to the Ballgame
America’s pastime can be enjoyed at the Las Vegas Ballpark throughout the weekend, as the Las Vegas Aviators face the Round Rock Express from Saturday, July 1 to Monday, July 3.
If soccer is more your game, head out to Cashman Field as the Las Vegas Lights play the Tampa Bay Rowdies on Saturday, July 1, followed by a holiday match against the New Mexico United on Tuesday, July 4.
Fireworks On and Off The Strip
Las Vegas hosts an all-out display of spectacular fireworks across the valley including along Las Vegas Boulevard. Great vantage points for Strip views of the fireworks include from the fountains outside Caesars Palace or you can enjoy elevated views from across the street at The Cromwell.
Downtown, the Plaza Hotel will host its annual fireworks display and there will be a free concert on Fremont Street featuring the Eli Young Band.
Other fireworks displays are planned from Green Valley and Red Rock Resort Casinos.
All displays on and off The Strip are expected to begin at 9 p.m.