Take your family to one of these fabulous Dallas/Fort Worth Fourth of July celebrations this weekend.
This nationally-recognized fireworks show can be seen from anywhere in Addison. The 30-minute show is choreographed to music, which you can listen to on a live radio simulcast on 100.3 JACK FM.
This Waxahachie festival cannot be missed. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 3 with the festival at the Waxahachie Sports Complex, which will include vendors and children’s activities. Fireworks will begin at 9:15 p.m. On Friday, July 4, the annual Independence Day Parade will begin at 10 a.m.
Enjoy live music, food trucks and fireworks. There will also be a Kid Zone with train rides, face painting, bounce house and petting zoo. A small fee may be required for some of these kid activities. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, bug repellent, blankets and lawn chairs. Glass containers are not allowed within festival area. Food vendors only accept cash. Free parking is available at any University of Texas in Arlington parking lot.
Enjoy live entertainment, activity booths and a Children’s Village and Kid Zone before the fireworks begin at 9:30 p.m. Please note that fireworks will be launched from the West Garage rooftop in Southlake Town Square and debris may fall during the show around that area. No alcoholic beverages or glass containers are allowed. Only use blankets or lawn chairs to claim your area.
Granbury knows how to throw a party. This four-day 4th celebration has everything: A classic car show, a 5K, parade, ranch rodeo, vendors and, of course, the Extreme Pyrotechnics Fireworks Show.
Enjoy live music, inner tubes, kayaks and fireworks along the banks of the Trinity River. The Kid Zone will be open from 2 p.m to 8 p.m. and includes pony rides, face painting, bounce houses, water slide and more. You bring ID (to purchase alcohol), cash or credit card, sunscreen, blankets, lawn chairs and dogs on leashes. (Don’t forget your pet’s water bowl.)
Party in the Plaza offers lots of family friendly activities including music, a Children’s Expo with zip lines and Euro bungees and visit Taste of Frisco vendors to try out some of the city’s most popular restaurants. Stay to see the 20-minute fireworks show, which is scheduled to begin at 10:20 p.m.
The family-friendly event will feature patriotic performances, “dancing water” shows at the Esplanade Fountain, entertainment, concessions, plus a spectacular fireworks show at approximately 9:30 p.m.
Every Friday night throughout the summer, you can feast your eyes on a 10-minute fireworks display that can be seen from any Lake Grapevine Park. On Fourth of July, the fireworks show is 25 minutes long.