From left to right: Patriotic parade at The LINQ Promenade; The Saints of Las Vegas perform on Fountain Stage; families celebrate with parade participants. Photo credit: Eric Jamison/ Studio J, Inc., for The LINQ Promenade.

THE LINQ PROMENADE, HIGH ROLLER START JULY FOURTH CELEBRATIONS WITH A BANG ON JUNE 30;  FESTIVITIES CONTINUE JULY FOURTH 

Patriotic Event Included LED Parade, Live Entertainment 

Hundreds of partygoers kicked off the Fourth of July celebrations at The LINQ Promenade on Saturday, June 30. The popular shopping, dining and entertainment district at the heart of the Strip had live entertainment with The Saints of Las Vegas performing at the Fountain Stage, followed by a red, white and blue LED Patriotic Parade. The parade route began at The LINQ marquee on the Las Vegas Strip and continued to the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel.

These festivities were just the first night of the patriotic celebrations offered at the LINQ Promenade.

The party continued on Sunday, July 1, with a parade and family-friendly activities throughout the day, such as balloon art, balloon-toss contests and jugglers. The Saints of Las Vegas also returned for a second night of live music.  

On Monday, July 2, mixed media artist Timmy Sneaks completed a live painting exhibit with a vehicle supplied by Royalty Exotics.

On the Fourth of July, family-fun activities will continue with stilt walkers, caricature artists and hula-hoop performers with the High Roller observation wheel to be lit red, white and blue at sunset

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WHERE:
The LINQ Promenade
3545 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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