INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION, KLYDE WARREN PARK, DALLAS
Take your grandkids to a special summer Fourth of July celebration. Your entire family will enjoy the cold refreshment of ice cream and the inspiring sound of patriotic tunes before a grand fireworks display. Sample cold treats from more than a dozen vendors enjoy contests, live music, games, and other fun family activities. The evening will wrap up with a concert by the U.S. Army’s 36th Infantry Division Band and spectacular fireworks over the Park’s East Lawn.
Where: Klyde Warren Park | 2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas
When: Sat. June 29, 4 – 10pm
MARKET STREET ALLEN USA CELEBRATION, ALLEN
The City of Allen’s signature event, 2019 Market Street Allen USA Celebration, will kick off the Independence Day celebrations on the last Saturday in June with this year’s annual event. This fun, family-friendly event for all ages will include live music, games, a kid’s zone with kid’s crafts, Jurassic Zone animatronic exhibit, a variety of food options. Pop-Up performances and much more. At the end of the evening, North Texas’ most spectacular fireworks display will be choreographed to contemporary and patriotic music.
Where: Celebration Park | 701 Angel Parkway, Allen
When: Sat. June 29, 4 – 11pm
ADDISON KABOOM TOWN
One of the most popular Fourth of July celebrations in the area, Addison’s Kaboom Town offers a varied range of entertainment, including the Addison Airport Air Show featuring Cavanaugh Flight Museum, live music performances, and an incredible fireworks show. There will also be food vendors, free activities for the kiddos, and an afterparty. Come early to get a great spot!
Where: Addison Circle Park | 4970 Addison Cir. Dr. Addison
When: Weds. July 3 | Park opens, 4pm | Fireworks, 9:30pm | After party 10pm
SOUTHLAKE STARS & STRIPES
You are going to want to be a part of the exciting Fourth of July party on July third! Visit one of three Southlake parks that are throwing this family-friendly celebration beginning at 6pm and ending with fireworks at 9:30pm. Visit the website below for the best viewing areas. Stars & Stripes event will feature family activities, live entertainment, delicious eats, and a packed schedule of fun to keep you entertained.
Where: McPherson Park | 1297 Federal Way | Frank Edgar Cornish IV Park, Grand Ave. | Rustin Pavilion
When: Weds. July 3 | fun begins at 6pm | Fireworks, 9:30pm
OLD FASHIONED FAMILY FIREWORKS PICNIC, FORT WORTH
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra honors our Independence Day with a brilliant display of musical patriotism. Pack a picnic and bring the whole family, to the beautiful Fort Worth Botanic Gardens for an all-American July 4th celebration for a magical evening and fabulous firework show in town at the Old-Fashioned Family Fireworks Picnic.
Where: Fort Worth Botanic Gardens | 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd
When: Weds. July 3 – Thurs. July 4, 8pm
Cost: Lawn, $0 to $25 | Blue Tables $57
SUMMERBLAST: 4th OF JULY FIREWORKS, GRAPEVINE
Celebrate the 4th in true patriotic style over beautiful Lake Grapevine at Grapevine’s 37th Annual July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza. The event is free to attend, and there will be fun for the whole family. There are a few different viewing areas open to the public including Katie’s Woods Park, Oak Grove Park, Rockledge Park and Silverlake Park.
Where: Lake Grapevine | 1527 W. State Hwy 114
When: Thurs. July 4 | Fireworks begin, 9:30pm
FRISCO FREEDOM FEST, FRISCO
The Frisco Freedom Fest features live entertainment, rides and lots of fun for the kiddos in the Children’s Expo, as well as a Hometown Heroes exhibit—showcasing Frisco’s leading law enforcement officers and firefighters. Taste of Frisco will offer food sampling galore from some of the city’s best restaurants. The festival partnered with FC Dallas Soccer, (tickets required). After the match enjoy a spectacular firework show. Be sure to bring a blanket or lawn chair.
Where: Simpson Plaza at City Hall | 6101 Frisco Square Blvd. Frisco
When: Thurs. July 4
CASTLE HILLS JULY 4th FREEDON FESTIVAL, LEWISVILLE
Enjoy Fourth of July fun at the Village Shops Plaza in Lewisville. The evening features live music and food trucks, but you can also try your skill at a giant inflatable obstacle course, bounce houses, face painters and a balloon artist, as well as a DJ at Lake Avalon. Bring your blankets, chairs and grab a spot on the lawn for the incredible firework show, starting at dusk!
Where: Village Shops in Lewisville | 2520 King Arthur Blvd, Ste. 200 Lewisville
When: Thurs. July 4, 5:30pm
RED WHITE AND BOOM ON THE BRIDGE, DALLAS
Bring your family and celebrate the fourth at Red, White, and Boom on the Bridge by the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. One of the most beautiful skylines in America, the Dallas skyline will light up the night with a fantastic fireworks show. Enjoy music, food, vendors, children’s activities, and more! During the FREE event, will be reserved for pedestrians only. Bring your cameras, because it’s going to be a selfie opportunity!
Where: Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Dallas
When: Weds. July 3 | 6 – 10pm
INDEPENDENCE DAY FIREWORKS SHOW, LAKE CAROLYN, IRVING
Prepare yourself for an evening full of fun along the south side of Lake Carolyn. You and your family can view the fireworks from anywhere around the lake, but the south side is where you will find the kids’ fun zone with water rides, airbrush tattoos, and live music on the Main Stage. For the first time ever, the fireworks will be fired from a barge in the middle of Lake Carolyn, producing unique special effects on the water that will be a one-of-a-kind spectacular show!
Where: Lake Carolyn, Levy Event Plaza | 501 E. Las Colinas Blvd. Irving
When: Thurs. July 4, 6 – 10pm
RED, WHITE, AND BOOM, McKINNEY
The City of McKinney celebrates the Fourth of July at Red, White, and BOOM! with free family activities, live entertainment, and a spectacular firework show. The festivities begin with a parade and classic car, truck and cycle show in Historic Downtown McKinney. Families can also explore the many dining and shopping options that downtown has to offer. Evening fun continues at the McKinney Soccer Complex at Craig Ranch with music, food, kids’ activities, and a dazzling fireworks display.
Where: Historic Downtown McKinney | 111 N. Tennessee St. McKinney
When: Thurs. July 4 | Hometown Parade, 10am | Yankee Doodle Block Party, Louisiana St. between Tennessee & Chestnut Streets, 11am – 2pm | Classic Car, Truck & Cycle Show, 300 E. Davis St, 1 – 5pm
FIREWORKS DISPLAY WITH SOUNDS OF AMERICA SIMULCAST MUSIC
Where: McKinney Soccer Complex at Craig Ranch | 6375 Collin McKinney Pkwy.
When: Thurs. July 4 | Family activities and food: 5:30 – 9:30pm | Concert featuring Sunny Sweet, 8 – 9:30pm | Fireworks, 9:45pm
ALL AMERICAN 4th FIREWORKS, PLANO
Light up your night – and day – with Plano’s All American 4th! Celebrate the USA with a day of festivities and fireworks. The festivities include live performances from Hannah Kirby, Joe Savage, and Kaitlyn Sparks, kid’s zone with bounce houses and rock climbing, a food and vendor market, and a fantastic fireworks display. Arrive early to get an excellent spot for this pyrotechnic extravaganza. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs. Coolers are welcome, but please note, alcoholic beverages are not allowed. Lots of parking is available at Collin College and the Plano Event Center.
Where: Oak Point Park and Nature Reserve | 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Plano
When: Thurs. July 4 | Fun begins, 4pm | Fireworks, 9:30pm with simulcast on Radio 97.5 KLAK .