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Vivica A. Fox Rides the High Roller at The LINQ in Las Vegas

Vivica A. Fox Rides the High Roller at The LINQ in Las Vegas
This past weekend in celebration of the Fourth of July holiday, Caesars Entertainment hosted Independence Day celebrations at two of its newest properties, The LINQ Promenade and The Cromwell, with spectacular live performances, awesome firework displays and celebrity guests (Pictured: Vivian A. Fox – Photo: © Erik Kabik / Retna / www.erikkabik.com)

The High Roller with fireworks in background
The High Roller with fireworks in background

Photo: © Erik Kabik / Retna / www.erikkabik.com.

Lance Bass celebrated with his fiancé Michael Turchin at The Cromwell, Las Vegas’ only boutique hotel. Saturday, the couple enjoyed a ride on the High Roller Las Vegas, the tallest observation wheel in the world, with friends from inside their private cabin complete with a full bar and bartender before departing for dinner at the brand new restaurant GIADA, the first restaurant from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis. Bass was in Las Vegas to promote his new single release of “Walking on Air” at Liaison Nightclub at Bally’s Las Vegas.

The High Roller with fireworks
The High Roller with fireworks

Photo: © Erik Kabik / Retna / www.erikkabik.com.

Also spotted on the High Roller this weekend were actress Vivica A. Fox, who rode in a private cabin with friends on Friday before heading to see Olivia Newton-John perform at Flamingo Las Vegas, and professional boxer Floyd Mayweather, who took in the impressive sights from a private cabin.

The High Roller with fireworks in background
The High Roller with fireworks in background

Photo: © Erik Kabik / Retna / www.erikkabik.com.

The inaugural Fourth of July Summer Celebration at The LINQ Promenade was complete with a live performance by Las Vegas headliner Jeff Civillico, the Jubilee showgirls from Bally’s Las Vegas, and the Nellis Air Force Honor Guard.

Fireworks bursting in air, The LINQ Promenade and the High Roller were illuminated in red, white and blue as the High Roller was lit in celebration of the holiday. The firework display lasted 15 minutes and wowed the packed crowd standing in the open-air, pedestrian-friendly entertainment district to witness the festivities.

The High Roller
Standing more than 100-feet taller than the iconic London Eye, the High Roller features 28 glass-enclosed cabins each equipped to hold up to 40 passengers. A variety of Ticket Packages for the attraction are now available for purchase online with daytime prices beginning at $24.95 plus applicable fees. Tickets may also be purchased on-site at the High Roller as well as locations throughout TheLINQ.com. The High Roller operates seven days a week, 365 days a year.