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July temps are HOT, as in 105 degrees to even in the teens. In the evenings, it does typically cool down into the 80’s. 
As always, there is a lot going on here on the Ninth Island of Las Vegas, and the month of June is no exception. Of course, possibly the biggest news announced recently is the closing date for the iconic Mirage.
There’s a lot going on over the month of May here in Las Vegas, starting with weekly fireworks at The Plaza Hotel and Casino. Beginning May 24th for Memorial Day weekend through August 30th for Labor Day weekend, the property will have a fireworks display at 9:15pm to kick off the weekend.
Enjoy the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres 2024 season on YurView.
The Mirage Volcano made its comeback in mid-March and will operate nightly every hour from 8pm to 11pm. Catch the shows while you can, as this Vegas landmark will go away for good once Hardrock begins construction on their planned guitar shaped hotel tower. At this time, they have not made the information of when this will happen public.

Las Vegas Aviators

Starting April 4th, watch ten Las Vegas Aviators home games throughout the 2023 season - live on YurView Las Vegas (Cox channel 14) and the Cox Contour app. Start time for all the games is 7:05 pm PDT.
Starting April 5th, watch ten Las Vegas Aviators home games live on YurView Las Vegas (Cox channel 14). Start time for all games is 7:05 pm PDT.
Starting May 6th, watch ten Las Vegas Aviators home games live on YurView Las Vegas (Cox channel 14). Start time for all games is 7:05 pm PDT.

Las Vegas

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