Rock Out in Las Vegas for Fourth of July: How to Plan the Ultimate Sin City Getaway for Music Lovers

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Viva Las Vegas!  

From live music to nightlife, restaurants, shopping, spas and more, Las Vegas is the perfect place to experience an unforgettable weekend, and with the Fourth of July holiday coming soon, Sin City is a prime destination to celebrate Independence Day.


The desert has long been a landing destination for music’s biggest stars, and Hilton has played a part in transforming Las Vegas into the entertainment juggernaut that it is today. In the 1970s, Hilton was the first hospitality company to launch “residencies” for its regular performers, including acts like Elvis and Liberace. Other music legends that performed at the famed Las Vegas Hilton include Johny Cash, Barry Manilow, B.B. King, Duke Ellington, Kenny Rogers and Tony Bennett. 

The Las Vegas Hilton has expanded since then, but the tradition of live performances continues today. At Resorts World, music lovers can hit up some of Sin City’s coolest attractions and most buzzed-about residencies. 

But there’s even more to see than live music. From gambling to dining options, dayclubs, nightclubs, comedy shows, sporting events and other nightlife attractions, whatever your taste, Hilton has something to feed your appetite. 

What’s on the schedule for Fourth of July weekend? Jonas Blue will be at Zouk Nightclub on July 4, Ludacris on July 5, and Illenium on July 6. 

Hilton x Las Vegas July 4th
Hilton x Las Vegas July 4th

Ayu Dayclub will feature Duke Dumont on July 5, Lil Dicky on July 6, and Shaboozey on July 7. 

Comedian Theo Von will take the stage at Resorts World theatre on July 5 and 6. The 5,000-capacity, multi-level venue boasts Las Vegas’ largest performance stage and features two private lounges — Gold Bar Whiskey VIP Lounge & Alle Backstage — with special access to bars and other VIP amenities.  

Zouk Nightclub features multiple bars, VIP booths, a state-of-the-art sound system and the ultimate dance floor, making it a perfect party destination for clubgoers. For day partiers, Ayu Dayclub offers a palm-tree-laden tropical oasis where you can take a dip in the pool’s crystal-clear water, or party the day away in the sunshine. 

If you plan to start the Fourth of July celebration early, celebrity chef/Food Network star Jet Tila will be hosting a pop-up at Crossroads, featuring a vegan Pan-Asian menu for $85 on July 1.  

With so many must-see attractions to offer, it’s nice to stay at a hotel that allows you to do everything in one place as it’ll save you the energy of walking up and down the Las Vegas Strip for miles on end. Of course, that doesn’t mean that you can’t step out onto the Strip, but having the right hotel accommodations makes for a more comfortable stay, plus the Las Vegas heat can be unrelenting, especially in the summertime. 

For the traveler looking for a one-stop shop, Hilton has the answer. Consisting of Hilton towers — Las Vegas Hilton, Conrad Las Vegas, and Crockfords Las Vegas — Resorts World combines all your entertainment needs in one place.   

With Adele, Mariah Carey, Carrie Underwood, Garth Brooks, Christina Aguilera and other can’t-miss Las Vegas residencies taking place over the summer, you’ll have plenty of ways to enjoy live music. And Las Vegas is bigger than ever – there are enough restaurants to make your head spin and let’s face it, while it’s fun to shop, going to the mall in Las Vegas can feel like a field trip on its own. But condensing your entertainment and hotel into one location can not only save you time and money, it’ll take some of the stress out of planning the perfect stay. 

Hilton x Las Vegas July 4th
Hilton x Las Vegas July 4th

Enjoy fine dining, casual dining and other appetizing options including Pan-Asian eateries, street-food-inspired menus and Michelin-starred dishes from award-winning chefs at eateries such as Bar Zazu, Brezza, Carversteak, Crossroads Kitchen, Caviar Bar, Kusa Nori, Fuhu, Genting Palace, Kusa Nori and ¡Viva! 

For casual dining, there’s Agave Bar & Grill, Crossroads, Dawg House Saloon, Junior’s, M Lady M New York, Mulberry Street Pizzeria, Redtail, The Kitchen, Suns Out Buns Out and The Co-Op. 

Love wine? Head to Wally’s to shop from a selection of over 8,000 labels of wine, spirits and beer.  

Stock up on snacks, refreshments, souvenirs and more at RW Store. Grab quick eats by the pool at Bites, enjoy boozy ice cream at Aubi & Ramsa, vegan goodies at Craig’s Vegan Ice Cream, donuts at Randy’s Donuts, and coffee at Starbucks. If you’d rather dine in bed, there’s room service powered by GrubHub. 

Resorts World Las Vegas

And there’s plenty of other places to shop at The District at Resorts World Las Vegas. The 35,000-square-foot mall is packed with must-shop boutiques like Black Clover, Corso, Fred Segal, FOUND by Fred Segal, Nectar Life, Twila True Boutique and Racing Miami – where F1 fans can score official F1 team and driver merchandise. 

The property also features seven bars and lounges including Eight Cigar Lounge, Allē Lounge on 66, Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge, Genting Palace Lounge, Redtail, Jalisco Underground, Crystal Bar and Crossroads Lounge. 

Another benefit of staying at Hilton hotels: You don’t have to leave the premises to get to your room. Hilton provides a variety of rooms to suit your travel and budgetary needs. Guests will enjoy premium rooms and suites with picture-worthy, panoramic views of Las Vegas and the surrounding desert, along with gorgeous mountain views that will make you want to whip out your phone and capture the moment. Plus, the rooms have breathtaking floor-to-ceiling window views, plush bedding, modern décor and are perfectly designed for sleeping, sitting and even working away from the office.  

For guests craving a VIP experience, Las Vegas is home to the world’s largest Conrad Hotel, with 1,496 rooms and special accommodations such as a private reception and VIP check-in and digital keys. 

With Hilton, music fans will get a VIP travel experience that’s worth betting on. Book your stay below. 

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