December 18, 2014

Las Vegas 4th of July Fireworks Shows at Five Station Casinos

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Check out our 2012 4th of July post

STATION CASINOS TO HOST LARGEST 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS SHOW IN SOUTHERN NEVADA WITH FIVE-PROPERTY FIREWORKS SHOW

LAS VEGAS — Continuing its 4th of July tradition, five Station Casinos’ properties will host the largest 4th of July fireworks show in Southern Nevada on Sunday, July 4 around 9pm for the entire community to enjoy.

The nine-minute fireworks show, named “Station Casinos’ 4th of July Blast” will be in celebration of the nation’s 234th birthday and will be featured at Aliante Station, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Fiesta Rancho and Texas Station as a shared location and Red Rock Resort.

Las Vegas 4th of July Fireworks

Five of Station Casinos properties will host fireworks displays on July 4th

The fireworks show will be produced by Fireworks by the Gruccis 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 on behalf of Station Casinos.

For guests interested in staying at one of the participating hotel-casinos, Station Casinos now offers a new and exclusive hotel discount program, available only online at www.stationcasinos.com that offers room rate discounts for advance, pre-paid reservations. Click on “Book Online Now” at the top of the home page to access the exclusive online special to learn more about the program.

FIREWORKS FUN FACTS

  • It takes four days and approximately 700 man hours to set up the fireworks at all five locations
  • The state-of-the-art fireworks program is electronically fired from a computer-generated script featuring choreography between the music and fireworks
  • The Grucci family brought 17 pyrotechincians out to set up and launch the five shows
  • It took nearly 100 hours to choreograph the five shows
  • 71 firing batteries will be used
  • There will be 346 firing cues
  • It takes nine miles of wire to circuit the firing batteries
  • The lumber necessary for the set up is equivalent to what is used to side an average family house
  • The five primary colors of the fireworks rainbow that people will see are red, white, blue, green and yellow (blended together they will make additional colors in the sky as well)
  • Designer shells are from Australia, Canada, China, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Spain and of course the United States
  • The Grucci’s of New York are one of the premiere fireworks companies in the world. Over the years they have produced some of the most extravagant fireworks shows including seven consecutive U.S. presidential inaugurations and several Olympic Games.

RECOMMENDED PUBLIC VIEWING AREAS

While there truly will be no bad seat in the house, each property has carved out a public viewing area for their guests:

  • Aliante Station – Hotel valet/parking lot area
  • Fiesta Rancho – Parking garage rooftop
  • Green Valley Ranch – Backyard pool area
  • Red Rock Resort – Pool area and amphitheatre
  • Texas Station – Parking Lot C off Rancho entrance

ABOUT THE MUSIC

The musical score to “Station Casinos’ 4th of July Blast” will be simulcast live on two Beasley Broadcast Group radio stations including 96.3 KKLZ Classic Hits and 102.7 KCYE The Coyote as well as Riviera Broadcast Group radio stations KOAS 105.7 FM The Oasis and KVGS 107.9 FM The Alternative.

Fireworks Music in Order (Artist)
Born in the U.S.A/Small Town (Bruce Springsteen/John Mellencamp)
Pink Houses (John Mellencamp)
Courtesy of the Red White & Blue (Toby Keith)
Higher Ground (Stevie Wonder)
Tonight’s Gonna Be a Good Night (Black Eyed Peas)
Don’t Stop Believin (Journey)
Livin in America (James Brown)
Let it Roll (Little Feat)
Luck Be a Lady (Frank Sinatra)
Viva Las Vegas (Jim Belushi)
My City of Ruins (Bruce Springsteen)
Glory (James Horner)
God Bless the U.S.A. (Lee Greenwood)

What do you have planned for the 4th? Where are you watching fireworks? Let us know below?

Comments

  1. Liszka says:

    We enjoy watching the fireworks so very much. It’s a great show and a safe controled situation. Thankyou for putting on a great free show.

  2. Stephanie says:

    Watching the fireworks at the Santa Fe from the Lone Mountain bridge has been a tradition for us for many years. Too bad not this year.

  3. John says:

    My City Of Ruins? Really? That doesn’t fit.

  4. Austin says:

    Where is all the information about the food? And the BYOB?

  5. Evelyn says:

    We are getting ready to go up to Aliante Station to watch the Fireworks show. The kids are excited. It was really good last year so we are expecting it to be really good tonight. Have fun everyone!

  6. James R. says:

    I cant wait to go see the fireworks show tonight! My 5yr old loves then just as much as I do. This will be my first time seeing them on the north end. I hope they are good!

  7. larry nall says:

    please, change the Henderson fireworks back to Sunset Station. We could not get to Green Valley last year, the traffic in was backed up a full half hour before the show and all the surrounding areas were jammed packed, we left the area we were viewing from before the show was over because we could not see it well and people were not!!!!! controlling their children. We will not attempt GVR on yhe 4th ever again. Traffic even backed up on the 215 both direction s. Never had traffic problems or viewing problems at Sunset shows.

    • prstations says:

      noted Larry, can’t make any promises for future shows but the best advice, if you do decide to come…leave early, sorry and thanks…FYI: this is the blog post for the fireworks from last year

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