July is hot and hectic in Las Vegas
Vegas shows in July
Things to do in July in Las Vegas
See a Show in Las Vegas
Some of the biggest residencies in Las Vegas continue to go strong with dates by Garth Brooks at Caesars Palace, Katy Perry at Resorts World, Usher and Maroon 5 at the Park MGM and Miranda Lambert at Planet Hollywood. You can also catch Charlie Puth July 8 and the Smashing Pumpkins July 30 at the Chelsea inside the Cosmopolitan, rapper Jack Harlow July 8 at Zouk Nightclub in Resorts World and Nickelback July 15 at the T-Mobile Arena.
Check out other big concerts in July.
See a Big Fight in Las Vegas
The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to the T-Mobile Arena on July 8 for UFC 290, featuring a planned main event between new heavyweight champion Jon Jones and former titleholder Stipe Miocic. The event is one of the biggest of the year for the fight organization. It coincides with International Fight Week (a series of fan-friendly meet-and-greets and autograph sessions) and the 2023 UFC Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Celebrate July 4th in Las Vegas
Las Vegas celebrates our nation's independence with fireworks, parties and drinks. July 4th falls on a Tuesday this year with lots of options for waving the flag and watching the rockets' red glare around the valley. The annual Patriotic Parade in Summerlin begins at 9 a.m.
Where to watch the 4th of July Fireworks?
Celebrate America's birthday by watching fireworks around the Las Vegas Valley. Click here for the best locations and showtimes (to be updated).
See a Comedian in Las Vegas
Bert Kreischer headlines the Fully Loaded Comedy Festival July 12 at the T-Mobile Arena with Stavros Halkias, Andrew Santino, Lewis Black, Big Jay Oakerson and Ralph Barbosa. In another big show, Anthony Jeselnik brings his "Bones and All" tour to the Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan. The Wynn's Encore Theater welcomes Theo Von (July 1-2, 7) and Chris Tucker (July 14-15).
Cheer on the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas
The NBA Summer League returns to Las Vegas July 7-17 with multiple games each day inside the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion at UNLV. It's a warm-up series to showcase up-and-coming rookies and rising stars.
Recommended July Attractions