Where to Watch the Las Vegas Fourth of July Fireworks 2022

The glittering Las Vegas skyline will shine even brighter this year.
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Caesars Palace will kick off the Las Vegas 4th of July fireworks 2022 extravaganza in the heart of the Strip this year, meaning nearly everyone on Las Vegas Boulevard will be able to see the show—all they need to do is step outside. And the crackling sparklers atop the champagne bottles that are so often paraded through the nightclubs of Vegas will look sad in comparison to the multi-event fireworks shows planned around town this Independence Day. 

More fireworks shows are planned for downtown Las Vegas and the surrounding valley, ensuring that the already-dazzling city (astronauts can see it from space) will flash even brighter on the 4th of July. But of course, fireworks aren't the only show in town for Independence Day. Starting Friday through the Fourth of July on Monday, the city's entertainment venues will be jam-packed with celebrities, concerts, shows, pool parties, DJs, and more.

Even better, hotel availability in the city’s resort casinos is plentiful, and prices remain reasonable over the holiday weekend with rates well under $400 a night on the Strip and much less in downtown and off the Strip. So if seeing fireworks is a must for you, Las Vegas is a sure bet. Here’s where to see Las Vegas light up this Fourth of July.

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Giada at the Cromwell

The Las Vegas Strip

Caesars Palace is the only property on the Las Vegas Strip to host a 4th of July fireworks show this year. The show will begin at 8:30pm on Monday, July 4 with fireworks being shot off the Julius Tower. Visitors can watch the show up close near the fountains in front of Caesars Palace or from pretty much anywhere along Las Vegas Boulevard. 

Looking for a prime position to watch the show? Book a table at Giada, the modern Italian restaurant from Chef Giada De Laurentiis atop The Cromwell Hotel and Casino where you’ll have unobstructed views of the fireworks. 

Or if you want to try a different perspective, book an “anytime” ticket for the High Roller, Las Vegas’ observation wheel 550-feet from the ground which will give you a chance to take a ride until midnight. 


The Plaza Hotel and Casino will once again host its annual 4th of July fireworks show, the only one in downtown, on Monday at 9pm. The Pool at The Plaza will be hosting a nightly pool party all weekend long, but only on Monday will party-goers have up close and personal views of the fireworks. 

The Legacy Club at Circa Resort & Casino has sweet panoramic views of Las Vegas from its 60th floor perch and for 4th of July, the club is throwing a “patriotic party” with an open bar from 8pm through 10pm.  

Off the Strip

Looking to stay outside of the hustle and bustle of The Strip with the fam? Station Casinos will launch a coordinated fireworks show at several of their family-friendly properties in the larger Las Vegas area, specifically at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spa, Palace Station, Sunset Station, Santa Fe, and Boulder Station. All fireworks shows will begin at 9pm.