1. Summerlin Parade

Summerlin is one of the biggest and best master planned communities. Each 4th of July residents gather to revel and rejoice. Parade starts at 9am.

2. Green Valley Ranch, Red Rock Resort

Continuing its 4th of July tradition, Station Casinos will once again host the largest 4th of July fireworks shows in Southern Nevada on Tuesday, July 4 around 9 p.m. for the entire community to enjoy.

The “We Love Locals’ July 4th Fireworks Blast” will be a 9-minute spectacular show in the sky to honor the nation’s 241st birthday. The fireworks shows will go off on the east and west sides of town at Green Valley Ranch Resort and Red Rock Resort. 

The fireworks shows will be produced by the Grucci’s of New York, one of the premiere fireworks companies in the world who annually produces the 4th of July fireworks events as well past hotel-casino openings and celebrations on behalf of Station Casinos.

 3.  69th Annual Boulder City Damboree Celebration


Tuesday, July 4th

  • 7 a.m.

    • Rotary Pancake Breakfast at Bicentennial Park located at 1100 Colorado Street
  • 9 a.m.

    • Flyover by the Boulder City Veteran's Flying Group
    • Parade begins at Colorado Street, down Nevada Highway to 5th Street, to Broadbent Memorial Park at Avenue B and 6th Street
    • Water Zone - The only location for water play on the parade route starts at Avenue A to Avenue B and Avenue B to the end of the parade at 6th Street. If you want to engage in water play, you must be at this location. No water play will be allowed at any other location on the parade route. No water balloons will be allowed.

Festivities at Broadbent Memorial Park - 1301 5th Street

  • 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    • Midway booths
    • Food, drinks and games (Presented by nonprofit groups)
  • 11 a.m.

    • D

      amboree Ceremonies
    • Flag raising and national anthem (Presentation of parade trophies and greetings by dignitaries)
  • 11:30 a.m.

    • Entertainment
  • Noon

    • Coin toss at the pool (Admission: price to the pool)
    • Games and contests (Sponsored by the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department)
  • 1 p.m.

    • Games and contests (Sponsored by the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department)

Festivities at Veteran's Memorial Park located at 1650 Buchanan Boulevard

  • $10 parking fee while spaces last - arrive early!
  • 4 - 11 p.m.

    • Beer Booth
    • Food
    • Games
    • Water Park
  • 6 to 8:45 p.m.

    • Music - DJ Mike Pacini
    • Food, games and water park
  • 9:00 p.m. FIREWORKS SHOW

  • 9:30 to 10:30 p.m.

    • Music - DJ Mike Pacini

4. City of Henderson

Celebrate Independence Day in Henderson with great live entertainment and the time-honored traditional fireworks display. Pack your favorite blanket and come out to enjoy a night of family fun and concessions. Spend your July 4th holiday with us!


Gates open at 1pm

Interactive Area

  • Water hamster balls
  • Bungee
  • Electric riding animals
  • Ferris wheel
  • Bounce houses
  • Sand art

Some activities require payment

Lawn Games

  • Face painting
  • Henna tattoos
  • Recycled water wall
  • Bubble project
  • Cornhole
  • Hula hoops 


5.  STARS, STRIPES & SPARKS IN PROVIDENCE
The Providence master-planned community plans to host its the annual Stars, Stripes & Sparks Independence Day celebration at Knickerbocker Park, 10695 Dorrell Lane. The free event is set to provide a 15-minute fireworks display by Pyrotecnico, a pyrotechnics and special effects company. The show will incorporate a variety of multi-colored, patterned, color-changing and special effects shells and barrages to the music of traditional and contemporary patriotic songs, along with some pop music favorites.  The family-friendly festivities are scheduled to begin with live music from popular local band The Garage Boys at 6 p.m. and culminate with fireworks around 9:15 p.m. The high-energy rock band is set to play music that reflects its influences, which range from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, to Radiohead and Bob Marley.
Event attendees are invited to bring picnic baskets, chairs, coolers and well-behaved leashed pets. No outside alcohol, glass or fireworks, including sparklers, are permitted in the park.  A beer garden and various food and treat options will be available for purchase from Curbside Cafe, The Cookie Bar, Fat Daddy’s Ice Cream, Grouchy John’s Coffee, Hawaiian Shaved Ice, Lobster Shack, Sausagefest, Senor Blues, Slidin’ Thru and World’s Best Corndogs. Representatives from nearby Bozarth Elementary School will sell red, white and blue glow-in-the-dark necklaces for donations for school programs. Guests also are invited to donate new toys for the USO at the Providence Master Homeowners Association’s booth. P.D., Providence’s 7-foot-tall, caramel-colored mascot, is also set to make an appearance.