What’s Up Fourth of July Fun & Fireworks

The most complete list of Fourth of July fireworks displays and festivals in North Texas

July 4thFort Worth’s Fourth at Panther Island Pavilion

Celebrate Independence Day with the largest fireworks show in North Texas at the 15th Annual Fort Worth’s Fourth. Space out along the banks of the Trinity River at Panther Island Pavilion and enjoy an evening of festival food, drinks, kid activities, live music, and a fireworks show.  Admission is Free. https://fortworthsfourth.com/ 

June 27th – July 4th :  Red, White, and Boots & Rodeo Week in Fort Worth Stockyards

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July 3rd and 4th:  Fort Worth Symphony Concerts in the Garden July 4th Celebration

Pack a picnic, gather the whole family, and join our annual all-American July 4th celebration at Concerts in the Garden! Hear your favorite patriotic songs and marches in our exhilarating Independence Day celebration, which offers one of the best fireworks displays in the area. It’s a Fort Worth 4th of July tradition!


July 3rd– 4th:  Light Up Arlington 4th of July Parade & Fireworks

Festivities, which are free and open to the public, start at 6 p.m. on July 3. This year’s celebration includes some of the top musical acts in the Dallas-Fort Worth region, vendors, food trucks and plenty of kid-friendly fun.

Bands will perform at four stages around Downtown, starting with 6 p.m. concerts outside the Arlington Music Hall and Grease Monkey, a 6:30 p.m. concert outside of City Tower at 101 S. Mesquite St., and a 7:30 p.m. concert at Levitt Pavilion Arlington.

Face painting and a bubble bus are among activities planned for the little ones at the Downtown Library. Vendors and at least 20 food trucks, featuring a variety of food and desserts, will be set in will be located in the Downtown Arlington area. 

The fireworks display, which lasts about 20 minutes, is scheduled to start at 9:50 p.m. and will be set to music on 95.9 The Ranch FM. Fireworks will be shot from the roof of City Tower, which is located east of City Hall

Experience the oldest event in Arlington and one of the largest 4th of July parades in Texas. Join us on JULY 4, 2022 AT 9AM for a day of festive family fun! The Arlington Independence Day Parade is the oldest event in Arlington. We’ve been putting smiles on people’s faces for over 50 years!


July 3rd    Mansfield Rocks 4th of July and Fireworks


July 3rd & July 4th:  Grand Prairie Lone Stars and Stripes Celebration / Lone Star Park

Gates Open: 3:00 p.m. First Live Race: 5:00 p.m. General Admission is just $10 ALL PARKING IS $20 Click Here to Purchase Tickets Fireworks: After the last race, stay to enjoy our spectacular 20-minutes Fireworks Show, choreographed to music.      Live Music: We’ll have live music on the Courtyard of Champions Stage …


July 4th:  City of Burleson Hot Sounds of Summer Concert Series with 4th of July Fireworks

4th of July Parade at 9am.  Then, Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and get ready to enjoy music from Petty Theft and a stunning Independence Day fireworks show.


July 4thJuly 4th Fireworks Extravaganza Grapevine, Texas

Celebrate America’s birthday at this year’s July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza complete with spectacular fireworks set to patriotic music. Viewing locations listed below include some of Grapevine’s lakeside parks and are subject to change. Parking or entry fees may apply.


July 4th:  Spark in the Park July 4th Fireworks & Concert with Mike Ryan Weatherford, Texas

Weatherford is proud to welcome San Antonio country star Mike Ryan will be our Spark in the Park headlining act on July 4th at the Heritage Park Amphitheater! Openers are Micky & the Motorcars, a Red Dirt band based out of Austin, Tx!

Following these talented country music performances is our annual fireworks spectacular! This massive show is one of the largest fireworks displays in North Texas and can be seen from miles away, so plan to light up your night with the City of Weatherford!


July 2nd-4th :  Granbury’s 4th of July Hometown Celebration  Granbury, Texas

Each year more than 50,000 tourists trek to the town of Granbury to celebrate America’s history in the community “Where Texas History Lives.” Texas Tripper.com

Granbury’s proud tradition of celebrating Independence Day returns to a multi-day event this year, thanks to the Granbury Chamber of Commerce and its sponsors. Festivities that are sure to stir patriotic spirits begin on Saturday, July 2nd thru Monday July 4th. There will be vendors on the square all three days. The parade will be on Monday July 4th starting at 10:00 Monday evening, around 9:45PM, Extreme Pyrotechnics will once again display their amazing show that may be seen in a large portion of the County.


July 3rd:  Addison KaboomTown   Addison, Texas

For more than three decades, one of the nation’s most impressive and unique Independence Day celebrations has been held in the North Texas town of Addison. While 4.4 square-mile Addison is only home to 16,000 residents, more than a half-million guests from across the nation come to celebrate Addison Kaboom Town!® each July 3.

The celebration is citywide, with watch parties at many of Addison’s 200+ restaurants (the Town has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the U.S.!), 22 hotels, and at a fantastic, limited-capacity party in the 12-acre Addison Circle Park. The fireworks and the incredible Addison Airport Airshow can be seen from anywhere in town.

New at Addison Circle Park this year: the Caliber Auto Care Splash Zone. Cool off with a variety of inflatable waterslides, as well as an obstacle course and a giant zip line. Purchase an unlimited-ride wristband onsite for $15 (card payment only) to splash around from 5 to 9 p.m.

The Addison Kaboom Town! ® 25-minute-long fireworks show is among the best in the nation, and is radio simulcast on Star 102.1 FM. Before the fireworks, there’ll be high-energy music at Addison Circle Park from the Razzmajazz Dixieland Jazz Band, the Walton Stout Band and the Jordan Kahn Orchestra, who will also perform after the fireworks.

Each year, Addison Kaboom Town!®  is named among the top fireworks shows in the country. The spectacular show has been ranked as one of the top fireworks displays in the country by People.com, the American Pyrotechnics Association, Yahoo, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and Travel + Leisure Magazine.


July 3rd:  Southlake Stars & Stripes Southlake, Texas

Join us for some Patriotic Fun in Town Square! Love the sound of the Southlake Community Band, find a spot by Rustin Pavilion. Ready to shake a leg and dance the night away, Frank Edgar Cornish, IV Park might be the spot for you. Want to sit back and just enjoy the view? Find a spot in McPherson Park. There’s a little something for everyone at Stars & Stripes. Take a look at the schedule of event for each location, it varies just a little bit for each location. The Patriotic Ceremony will take place at Rustin Pavilion and will have the sound streamed to the other parks. 


July 4th:  Family 4th of July Celebration and Fireworks Show North Richland Hills, Texas

The Northeast Tarrant Chamber invites the community to its annual Family 4th Fireworks Show on Monday, July 4, 2022. Attendees will enjoy dazzling fireworks from 9:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. The fireworks can be viewed from the parking lots of the BISD Plaza at 6351 Boulevard 26 in North Richland Hills and Wiley G. Thomas Coliseum at 6108 Broadway Avenue in Haltom City. Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Vehicles will not be allowed to park along the street.


July 2nd :  Hurst Stars & Stripes Fireworks Show Hurst, Texas

The annual City of Hurst Stars & Stripes event is Friday, July 1, at Hurst Community Park. Come out to enjoy live music, good food, and a beautiful fireworks show! FREE shuttles are available from designated parking at Northeast Mall. 

4:00 PM – Gates Open
6:00 PM – Big City Outlaws
8:00 PM – Emerald City
9:30 PM – Fireworks Show

Food Vendors begin serving at 5:30 p.m.


July 4th:  Bedford 4th Picnic Bedford, Texas

Celebrate Independence Day with the City of Bedford on Monday, July 4 from 5 to 9:30 p.m. at Old Bedford School, 2400 School Lane. The Bedford 4th Picnic will feature free live music by The Inspiration Band, lawn games, food trucks, and a spectacular fireworks show when the sun goes down.

Admission to the picnic is FREE. Feel free to bring lawn chairs, blankets, coolers, and non-alcoholic beverages (no glass containers are permitted).


July 3rd:  Keller Lights Keller, Texas

Keller Parks & Recreation is looking forward to our second annual Keller Lights! This spectacular event celebrating American independence will run from 6-10 p.m. Sunday, July 3 at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Pkwy.


July 4th:  Boomin 4th Hudson Oaks/Aledo, Texas

Boomin’ 4th is the largest fireworks show in Parker County. It’s held each year on July 4th at Hudson Oaks City Hall. It is one of several signature events put on the the City of Hudson Oaks.


July 2nd-3rd:  Midlothian Independence Day Parade & Fest  Fireworks Midlothian, Texas

July 2nd:  Parade & Fest

July 3rd:  Fireworks


July 4th:  Cleburne 4th of July Celebration & Fireworks Cleburne, Texas

Don’t miss out on the 4th of July Celebration at Lake Pat Cleburne on Monday, July 4th starting at 10am until after fireworks – Enjoy free parking, Vendors & Food Trucks along Lakeshore Drive. Fireworks shot off the dam at dark. Free to the public *Tune into 88.3 The Journey for music synced with the fireworks Sponsored by H.E.B. Grocery Store


July 3rd:  Roanoke’s 3rd of July Festival & Fireworks     Roanoke, Texas


July 4th :  Rowlett’s Fireworks on Main Rowlett, Texas

Celebrate July 4th the right way! Our biggest, most highly anticipated event is coming soon, be sure to get there early to get a good spot for the fireworks. We are going to be changing things up this year with 3 bands on the line up. Be ready to try food from numerous vendors, visit the spectacular kids’ area with your kiddos and their friends, and enter to play on our legendary cornhole tournament.


July 3rd :  Plano’s Patriotic  Concert Plano, Texas


July 4th:  City of Irving Sparks & Stripes Irving, Texas

The City of Irving will host its annual Independence Day celebration on Monday, July 4. The parade starts at 9 a.m. in the Heritage District; swing by Levy Event Plaza starting at 6 p.m. for live music and fireworks!


If you have a fireworks event in North Texas that you would like listed, email details to events@whatsupfortworth.com.




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