The Fourth of July fireworks show at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas was canceled Thursday due to paperwork error by a vendor, according to the hotel and casino in Summerlin.
Fireworks shows did go off as planned at other locations throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
Red Rock, in the west Las Vegas Valley canceled the show, scheduled to start at 9 p.m., out of “an abundance of caution and concern for our guests,” according to a written statement. It said the vendor hired to conduct the aerial display did not file the appropriate paperwork with the Clark County Fire Department.
“Even though all of our safety protocols are in place, the safety of our guests and our community must come first,” the casino said.
Fireworks shows went off as planned at other locations throughout the Las Vegas Valley.