Plaza Hotel & Casino plans three nights of fireworks, July 2- 4


Located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, the Plaza Hotel & Casino will again celebrate New Year’s Eve with downtown Las Vegas’ only live fireworks show on Thursday, Dec. 31.

Staged from multiple locations on the Plaza’s roofs and towers, the spectacular fireworks display will be an amazing show for people downtown and visible for miles beyond.

The Plaza plans to offer viewing options on property, observing all necessary health and safety protocols. In addition, the Plaza plans to work with the city of Las Vegas to close a portion of Main Street to vehicular traffic for a limited time to allow for additional space for pedestrians as it did for its Fourth of July fireworks show.

“Hosting an amazing fireworks show that lights up the downtown sky on New Year’s Eve is a tradition for the Plaza,” said Jonathan Jossel, CEO of the Plaza Hotel & Casino. “We can’t wait to ring in the new year in classic Vegas style. Whether you are a downtown resident at home, having dinner at Oscar’s steakhouse, or staying with us in the hotel to enjoy the holiday safely, our fireworks show will be one for our city to remember.”

The Plaza also plans to offer a special hotel package featuring the best fireworks viewing in Las Vegas with VIP access to the rooftop pool deck. For more information and to book the hotel package starting Sunday, Nov. 1 with promo code: NYE2021 visit

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