July promises to be a hot and hectic month in Las Vegas
Expect Las Vegas to be a hot destination in July, and not just because of the weather. As temperatures approach triple digits, Sin City is welcoming back residencies, nightclubs, Cirque du Soleil performances and much more. See what the Strip is all about with restaurants, shows and casinos at full capacity once again. Plan a trip to other popular destinations by visiting Experism.
Things to do in July in Las Vegas
Book a Vegas Vacation in July
Many of the top Strip casinos are once again welcoming guests for exciting summer vacations, including Caesars Palace, the Flamingo, Bellagio, Cosmopolitan, Venetian, MGM Grand, Wynn, and many more. While prices are going up by the day, you can still score some great deals. The earlier you book, the better.
See a Big Fight in Las Vegas
UFC returns to the T-Mobile Arena for the first time since early 2020. Tickets sold out in seconds for the third fight beteen Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier, which headlines UFC 264 on July 10. Expect to pay a premium for tickets on the secondary market. However, the event will likely tie into International Fight Week, a series of fan-friendly activities that the UFC traditionally hosts in Las Vegas every July, although it was cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic.
See a Show in Las Vegas
July marks the official return of big-name headliners in Las Vegas. Bruno Mars is confirmed for six July dates at the Park Theater, effectively reopening the venue after temporarily closing last year. Meanwhile, Garth Brooks will be the first performer to welcome fans to the all-new 65,000-seat Allegiant Stadium.
Cirque dul Soleil is also back with performances throughout the month for “O” at the Bellagio and “Mystere” at Treasure Island. Both productions have exceptional stage effects and are lots of fun for the entire family.
Celebrate July 4th in Las Vegas
Las Vegas will celebrate our nation’s independence with fireworks, parties and drinks throughout the holiday weekend. July 4th falls on a Sunday this year for maximum enjoyment. While Independence Day was relatively quiet last year, expect the schedule to pick up in 2021 with more options for waving the flag and watching the rockets’ red glare around the valley.
Where to watch 4th of July Fireworks?
Celebrate America’s birthday by watching fireworks around the Las Vegas Valley. Click here for the best locations and show times.
See a Comedian in Las Vegas
Vegas is ready to laugh once again. Dave Chappelle plays the MGM Grand Garden Arena on July 2 and returns on July 9 to co-headline with Joe Rogan. Meanwhile, Bill Burr finally gets a chance to resume his long-delayed residency at The Chelsea inside the Cosmopolitan. The Boston comic has three performances set for July 2-3
Recommended July Attractions
Wet ‘N’ Wild: For those traveling with kids, Wet ‘N’ Wild has more than 25 water slides and attractions guaranteed to keep family members of all ages entertained. The water park is southwest of the Strip, but easy to reach with a ride-sharing service like Uber or Lyft.
High Roller: The 550-foot-tall High Roller is the tallest observation wheel in the world. A full ride takes about 30-40 minutes and passengers soak in incredible 360-degree views day and night. Book a Happy Half Hour package and enjoy an open bar inside the cabin.
Ziplines: Fly LINQ is the first and only zipline on the Strip. Strap in and soar through the air from Las Vegas Boulevard to the base of the High Roller wheel. Other ziplines around town include Slotzilla on Fremont Street, the VooDoo Zipline between the towers of the Rio hotel and Bootleg Canyon, a zipline park in Boulder City.
Drink FREE in Las Vegas: Lucky for you, Lavish Vegas knows about special events that include free drinks and open bars, often at the top clubs and bars on the strip. However, these deals are usually announced without much notice. Check our club page before and during your visit to Las Vegas, where you can login with your Facebook account and review special offers.