Las Vegas (PRWEB) June 17, 2015
The 4th of July is just around the corner, and while some people are content to just view their local fireworks show, intrepid travelers know that Las Vegas is the place to be for that most patriotic of holidays. With that in mind, Sapphire Resorts™ Group presents its top 3 spots to watch Independence Day fireworks in Las Vegas.
High Roller Observation Wheel: Reaching 550 feet into the air, the High Roller Observation Wheel is an ideal place to watch the Linq’s fireworks display. The fireworks themselves are shot from the High Roller lot at 9:30 p.m. Sapphire Resorts™ Group recommends arriving early as boarding begins at 7 p.m. and the seats are limited. Prices begin at $50 for adults and go to as much as $2,800 for a private cabin with a premium bar.
The Stratosphere: 4th of July revelers may get an even closer view of the rockets’ red glare from the highest observation tower in the United States. Starting at 9 p.m., the Stratosphere’s 10-minute firework display will be shot from the tower’s north parking garage. While the display is visible from anywhere in the valley, Level 107 is the best location to get up-close and personal with the show. The Stratosphere is also hosting a Pool Party from 6 to 11 p.m. from which revelers may view the fireworks. Admission is $10 plus tax.
Fremont Street Experience: For those people who are content to watch a digital fireworks display, Fremont Street’s canopy will feature fireworks on the display screen. The best part is that no matter where a person stands on the street, the display will be visible. Visitors may walk around the world-famous street enjoying both the faux fireworks and live music for free.
While Sapphire Resorts™ Group reports these to be the top three places to watch fireworks displays on the 4th of July, vacationers and locals alike may continue the holiday festivities at Lake Las Vegas on July 5. The event features live music, a sidewalk sale and barbecue stations throughout The Village. Kids may enjoy face painting, a balloon artist and bounce houses from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The night is capped off with a fireworks show beginning at 9 p.m. Sapphire Resorts™ Group recommends viewing this unique display from The Village.
For more information about any of these all-American events or to start planning a stay in Las Vegas, visit Sapphire Resorts™ Group online at http://staysapphire.com/ today.