7 Ways to Celebrate Fourth of July Off the Strip (2022)

Take part in parties, events and eating to celebrate the stars and stripes

Get that Ray Charles radio ready, because Fourth of July is fast approaching. Vegas is gearing up to deliver food, fun and fireworks that rival the Strip’s neon lights, with celebrations across the valley. Check out our round-up for Fourth of July festivities off the Strip in Las Vegas, and don’t forget to tag us on Instagram @offthestrip to show us how you celebrate America.

View the Fireworks at the Legacy Club at Circa

Views are important when watching the fireworks, and Circa is here to deliver. The rooftop Legacy Club is offering tickets to watch Fourth of July fireworks from its panoramic patio area. Event tickets include standing room only views, but visitors may also reserve tables. Catch the open bar from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. and toast to Independence Day from the tallest building in downtown Las Vegas.

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Enjoy the Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade

On Monday, July 4 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. a Patriotic Parade marches in Summerlin. Parades are the ultimate celebratory display for any holiday. Summerlin is putting on its annual Council Patriotic Parade, complete with floats and a post-pandemic comeback for its 28th year. Guests of all ages will enjoy themed floats from the Las Vegas Raiders to “Encanto” and Star Wars-themed favorites. The celebration features 25 inflatable parade balloons including a custom made 30-foot Raiders balloon shaped like a football. Don’t forget the water and sunscreen.

Catch a Free Concert Downtown

Fremont Street is putting on its own Fourth of July festivities. Watch these free concerts on Fremont Street at two stage locations, featuring live performances from Molly Hatchet, Mackenzie Porter and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

Local Tip: Don’t forget to stop in at the newest downtown hotspots, including Cheapshot for a side-splitting variety show and We All Scream for dancing and dairy products lasting late into the night.

Grab an All-American Burger at ONE Steakhouse at Virgin Hotels

Burgers are another signature staple for American fare. ONE Steakhouse at Virgin Hotels is serving up a Wagyu burger with BBQ pork belly and smoked cheddar cheese. The aptly-named “Patriot Burger” is available from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Independence Day.

To see more hotels closer to the Strip, check out our Fourth of July events on the Strip roundup.

Stop by Any Stations Casino for Fireworks Shows

All six Stations casino locations are serving up summer specialties for Fourth of July 2022. Each hotel and casino will shoot off fireworks between 7 and 9 p.m. from the safety of the parking lot or the splendor poolside.

Photo Credit Denise Truscello

Local Tip: Can’t make it to see the show? Watch the displays live from the Station Casinos fireworks website and listen along to the soundtrack curated for the Fourth.

Play Bingo and Eat BBQ at Arizona Charlie’s

For a relaxing night out, head to Arizona Charlie’s for a classic BBQ meal. Between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. Sourdough Café is serving up ribs, potato salad and corn, both on the cob and baked into bread. Since Arizona Charlie’s has some of the best bingo in Las Vegas, playing a game on the Fourth of July should be a given.

Score a 2-for-1 Buffet at JW Marriott

If fireworks and parties aren’t on the agenda, consider a relaxing evening at JW Marriott’s Spa Aquae after a hearty buffet meal. On Independence Day get a 2-for-1 buffet entrance at the door, to enjoy the best international cuisine that Market Place Buffet has to offer. Weather permitting, outdoor patio seating is also available.

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