Fireworks and Family Fun for the 4th of July
Updated July 3, 2020
We are keeping this list updated as we get news of which events are cancelled this Summer. The ones listed are happening as far as we are able to confirm for 4th of July. We gather information from the official websites of the event hosts.
Here’s your guide to make it the best 4th of July to celebrate Independence Day. We’ve found events that will keep you busy with parades, performances and so much more.
Here are some Independence Day Celebrations you do not want to miss!
Addison Kaboom Town Fireworks Moved to Undisclosed Location – Fireworks Show Still to be Streamed
The Town of Addison has made the decision to move the 2020 Addison Kaboom Town fireworks show to a secure, out-of-town location that will be closed to the public. There will be no fireworks in Addison, and no in-person viewing.
The show will be shared on Addison’s You Tube Channel on July 3rd at 9:30pm.
It’s very popular and is consistently ranked as one of the top 10 fireworks displays in the country by USA Today.
Time: 9.30 pm
Location: Frontier Park, 1551 W. Frontier Parkway, Prosper, TX
Cedarbrook Media is excited to announce the 7th Annual Prosper Pride in the Sky event! It is a wonderful evening of celebration for the town and will be fireworks only.
Pride in the Sky is held at Frontier Park, which is located at 1551 W. Frontier Parkway in Prosper, Texas. Working with the Town of Prosper, the event utilizes the entire park facility, including the ball fields, pavilions and parking lots.
Due to COVID-19, there will not be a Kid Zone this year. Taking into consideration the social distancing guidelines and our patrons’ safety, they are working and planning to ensure that the 2020 Pride in the Sky event is the safest and best display of patriotism in all of North Texas!
Spirit in the Sky
Time: 9.30 pm
If you are in or new to outside your window and see the flashing lights of Spirit in the Sky – A Fireworks Tribute to the Allen Community presented by Credit Union of Texas.
Spirit in the Sky will use special fireworks that will launch higher and be more visible across Allen, and 97.5 KLAK will simulcast the show; so you can literally watch it from your car and still experience the choreography with the music!
July 3rd & 4th
6pm – 10pm
We invite you, your family and friends to enjoy an evening of celebration on our farm. What’s a better way to spend Fourth of July than riding our exhilarating rides, visiting our famous Animal Town, exploring our attractions, treating yourself to delicious treats & foods, and topping the night off with a sky filled with fireworks! Limited spots available. Reservations must be made online in advance! Tickets go on sale June 8th!
🍑Peach Wagon Access
🍦Peach Ice Cream
Celebrate Freedom Texas Pool Party at the Texas Pool – no information available yet
Red, White and Boom! (McKinney)
Time: 9am – 11am Parade in Downtown McKinney
9.45pm Fireworks at McKinney Soccer Complex
Starting at 9am, with a drive-thru Hometown Parade until 11am. The floats will be set up and you can drive-by to see them from your vehicle.
In the evening at McKinney Soccer Complex, there will be a fireworks display which can be seen up to 4 miles away and can be viewed from home or car. No parking or foot traffic will be allowed at the Soccer complex.
Location: 8874 Coleman Boulevard, Frisco
The event features one of the biggest fireworks spectaculars in North Texas.
All guests are encouraged to stay in their vehicles or stay 6 feet from people not in their group. The show will be streamed on the Frisco City website and Facebook page.
July Jubilee (Little Elm)
Location: Little Elm Park, 701 W. Eldorado Parkway
They’ll have an amazing fireworks display over the lake. Radio Station KHYI 95.3 The Range (OFFICIAL) will live broadcast the music for the fireworks.
Parking can be reserved for the day for $35 for non-residents/$30 for residents.Saturday, July 4, 2020. Please check ahead as these spots may already have gone. No walk-up entry is allowed.
A second show is near Little Elm High School for residents who cannot or choose not to go to the park.
Location: your home or anywhere you can socially distance in Plano.
The City of Plano is happy to announce a fireworks display for the July 4th Independence Day holiday. To keep this annual tradition alive, it took a partnership with a local landowner and a few necessary changes.
The fireworks will launch from the Lavon Farms near the Plano Event Center, which is located at higher ground from where the display is usually launched at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. The pyrotechnics will be shot off at a higher altitude. Usually, fireworks explode at 300 to 500 feet.
This year, they will be set off at 500 to 600 feet. That should allow them to be seen from farther away. There will be ample viewing options. We’re encouraging people to view the fireworks from their own homes, vehicles or neighborhoods.
The fireworks will also stream live on the city’s Facebook page. Due to the circumstances, they will only present a fireworks show with no vendors, activities, etc. As always, the display will be set to music on radio station KLAK. The City are proud to unify and rally as a community to celebrate our great nation’s birth, even in times of uncertainty.
Thank you to Lavon Farms and Lucky Layla Farms whose partnership makes this fireworks display possible and for the team at Plano Arts & Events for finding a way! Simulcast will be available on 97.5 KLAK.
Check out this great Viewing Area Map!
9.30 pm – 9.55 pm
On Saturday, July 4th, Grapevine celebrates in true patriotic style with the 38th Annual July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza.
Face masks are required for those attending the fireworks show and parking is permitted in designated lots only. The show will also be streamed online.
What will you be doing this 4th of July?
Don’t see your favorite 4th of July event on this list? Let us know and we’ll add it in!
Don’t forget to look ahead to Labor Day and plan your celebrations