The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) announced that Atlantic City’s casinos are ready to welcome families to the resort destination to celebrate Independence Day. Atlantic City offers visitors exciting first-class entertainment, shopping, casinos and beachfront activities all summer long.
“Atlantic City is the best place to be to celebrate Independence Day,” said Kevin Ortzman, President of the Casino Association of New Jersey. “Atlantic City is known for our beautiful beaches and non-stop entertainment, and we look forward to welcoming visitors over the holiday weekend.”
Atlantic City is the place to be this Fourth of July weekend. AC is a world-class resort destination with must-see musical entertainment, family-friendly activities, great shopping experiences, first-rate restaurants and luxury casino resorts for all visitors to enjoy. Some holiday weekend events include:
- Bally’s new sportsbook offers an amazing experience for sports fans with over 15,000 square feet of sports betting space, including five private Fan Caves, a beer pong bar and the first-ever self-serve beer bar in AC. Have the ultimate outdoor fun at Bally’s Beach Bar with live music, fire pits, and more – this Fourth of July weekend.
- The Moneyline Bar & Book at Borgata is now open! Borgata also is hosting an electrifying summer celebration with everything you need for the perfect holiday weekend this Fourth of July Weekend. Meghan Trainor and her “The Love Train” tour will be at the Borgata’s Event Center on Wednesday, July 3. Enjoy the Borgata’s Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular on Thursday, July 4, and New Kids on The Block on Friday, July 5.
- Caesars has exciting Independence Day celebrations this holiday weekend. For a list of Caesars events, click here.
- Golden Nugget is hosting a Battle of the Bands at The Deck on July 4. Throughout the week, a portion of the proceeds from Cocktails for a Cause will benefit the Make a Wish Foundation.
- Hard Rock kicked off this summer’s biggest promotion where one winner is guaranteed to receive $1 million, while showcasing headliner entertainment starting with the award-winning Broadway show Jersey Boys, which runs 6 days a week through mid-July. Fourth of July weekend, country star Toby Keith hits the stage Friday, July 5 and Grammy-winning Earth, Wind & Fire on Saturday, July 6.
- Harrah’s Resort will co-host a Fireworks Spectacular on Thursday July 4. An open-to-the-public viewing party will be held from 8pm – 10pm outside of the Waterfront Conference Center. And then on Sunday July 7, guests at Harrah’s Resort, Bally’s and Caesars can win two Ford Mustang convertibles! All Caesars Rewards members receive one free entry. Additional entries can be earned between now and the drawing by earning 25 tier credits.
- Resorts Casino Hotel is offering 40X entries into the 2019 Jeep Wrangler Sweepstakes; and catch live entertainment at LandShark Bar & Grill, Best Beach Bar of 2019, with its expanded Fins Bar.
- Visit Tropicana this Fourth of July Weekend for spectacular fireworks on Thursday, July 4, along with exciting parties, pool parties, happy hours and live entertainment throughout the weekend. Grammy Award-winning, multiplatinum-selling singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat featuring Gone West, will perform at the Tropicana Showroom Saturday, July 6.
“The Fourth of July is always better in Atlantic City, where visitors can experience all of the diverse activities the resort and business conference destination has to offer,” said Jim Wood, President & CEO of Meet AC. “2018 was one of the best years in terms of tourism, employment, conferences, conventions and hotel bookings – and we’re excited to build upon that momentum this summer.”
Over the last year, Atlantic City has seen strong gains in tourism and gaming revenue with the implementation of legalized sports wagering. For the first time ever, New Jersey sportsbooks beat Nevada in the month of May. New Jersey sportsbooks took in $318.9 million in wagers in May, $1.5 million more than the $317.4 million in wagers the Nevada Gaming Control Board reported. Further, the resort destination saw 12 straight months of revenue gains, and the 2018 Economic Impact of Tourism in New Jersey showed Atlantic City contributing to a 7.4 percent spike in New Jersey’s tourism last year. Industry experts believe Atlantic City’s growth will translate into increases in, jobs and tourism throughout the summer months.
The casino industry continues to work to solidify the seaside resort’s comeback by diversifying Atlantic City’s offerings, as well as investing hundreds of millions of dollars in redevelopment projects and non-gaming services to attract new visitors. The industry’s efforts have advanced the revitalization of Atlantic City, transforming the city into a business conference destination and first-class resort that features great restaurants, entertainment and shopping.