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Jun 29, 2022

Fireworks & Fourth of July Celebrations

Where to go for Independence Day fun.

Wherever you are this Fourth of July weekend, from OKC to the Texas border, there are fantastic celebrations and fireworks displays to enjoy at the end of a fun day. Pack an ice chest, lawn chairs and plenty of sunscreen and hit the road to find your slice of summer heaven at these statewide celebrations.

Fireworks & Fourth of July Celebrations

 

Saturday, July 2

Frontier City

End a fun-filled day in the Wild West with a free fireworks show at Frontier City July 2-4! The show begins each night at 9:40 p.m. and is included with park admission.

RIVERSPORT

The Stars & Stripes River Festival continues at RIVERSPORT with a block party featuring live music, a Dog Dock Diving exhibition, yard games, burgers on the grill and all the whitewater and surfing adventures you love. Following a 7:30 p.m. performance by Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights, the fireworks show will begin.

Fireworks & Fourth of July Celebrations

 

Sunday, July 3

Lake Texoma

Whether on water or from land, join the Independence Day Fireworks Show at Roosevelt Bridge starting at dusk on July 3. Fireworks will be shot off west of the bridge and north of Highway 70 due to construction on Bridge Pointe.

Scissortail Park

Join the Oklahoma City Philharmonic for Red, White and Boom, an uplifting musical celebration of Independence Day beginning at 8:30 p.m. The free, outdoor concert is open to the public and will feature a variety of music sure to bring joy to the whole family. Bring your family picnic or take advantage of the on-site food trucks. The fireworks display will begin immediately after the performance.

Fireworks & Fourth of July Celebrations

 

Monday, July 4

Lake Murray State Park

A colorful fireworks display is set to begin over Lake Murray at 7 p.m. with free parking available at the R.C. Flying Fields launch site. The area offers plenty of space for picnicking and all are welcome to bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating.

Downtown Norman

Yard games, face painting, cornhole, food trucks and a lineup of live music kick off Norman’s 4th Fest in Reaves Park. Activities begin at 5 p.m. leading up to the fireworks around 9:45 p.m. The event is free and open to all ages.

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