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Top 4th of July Fireworks Shows in Utah County

By Katerina Gasset

Where Can I See 4th of July Firework Shows in Utah County?

1. Thanksgiving Point Fireworks

The event will be held at the Electric Park in Lehi, and the gates open at 4 p.m. You’ll want to get there early to enjoy all the pre-fireworks festivities. 

There’s going to be a lot going on. The park will be filled with delectable food trucks like Nachos Live, District Thai, Kona Ice, South of the Border Tacos, Fatty Tuna, Neat Frites, and Corndog Commanders. 

Not to mention, Thanksgiving Point will have their own concession team with all kinds of tasty treats and snacks. You won’t go hungry! 

As if the food wasn’t enough, the pre-fireworks festivities will have you grooving to the tunes of 93.3 The Bull. They’ll be giving away some pretty sweet prizes too. So, make sure you tune in and keep your eyes open. 

But the real highlight of the evening is, of course, the synchronized fireworks show. Fireworks give you all the feels. This show is going to be 20–30 minutes or pure magic. The colors, the lights, the music – it’s going to be a night to remember. 

But the festivities don’t end there. This year, two dinosaurs from Dinosaur Island will also be making an appearance. You’ll have the opportunity to meet them up close and even snap a selfie or two. Plus, knowledgeable educators will be on site to tell you about these fascinating creatures and ancient life. 

Just remember, for your safety and the safety of others, personal fireworks and grills are not allowed. But don’t worry, there will be enough excitement to keep you entertained all evening long. 

Admission if FREE, so there’s really no excuse not to head over to Electric Park in Lehi and joining the festivities. 

Don’t forget to check out Thanksgiving Point website for more information and updates. 


2. Pleasant Grove City Fireworks Show

This spectacular show will take place on Tuesday, July 4th at Discovery Park, located at 1435-1511 N 100 E, Pleasant Grove. The festivities will start at 10 p.m. 

Make sure to bring some comfort items like blankets, chairs, and snacks, and don’t forget your camera to capture those precious moments. 

There are a couple of options for where to set up camp. Head on over to the north side of the Discovery Park, where you’ll find a grassy field perfect for lounging and enjoying the event. 

Just imagine, surrounded by loved ones, anticipating the sky lighting up with vibrant colors and sounds! 

Check out the field of Manila Elementary School if you’re looking for another fantastic viewing spot. You’ll have a great view of the show from there, too! 

Parking won’t be an issue, as there’s plenty available inside the park and along the surrounding streets. There’s even additional parking nearby church parking lots. Just remember to be patient and respectful as it could get a little crowded. 

Be sure to follow guideline when it comes to fireworks. Take a look at the Fire Restriction Map to familiarize yourself with areas where fireworks are forbidden. 

Always prioritize safety when handling fireworks.  Follow recommended safety precautions, and remember that the show is always better when everyone is safe. 


3. Stadium of Fire 2023 

Journey is headlining this year’s show! They’re one of the biggest bands of all time, and they’re back in Provo, Utah to celebrate their 50 years of chart-topping music. Sing along to all of their classic hits! 

But that’s not all! Utah’s Hill Air Force Base is bringing their F-35 jets for an epic flyover. Of course, we can’t forget about the USA’s largest stadium fireworks show, guaranteed to be a showstopper! 

I know parking can be stressful, but no need to worry. Just follow the signs to the public non-reserved parking lots in the green areas on the BYU Public Parking Map. 

There’s a designated corner for you in Lot 3 if you’re riding a motorcycle. It’s first-come, first-served, so get there early to claim your spot! 

And how cool is this? The Stadium of Fire will be broadcasted to over one million military men and women in more than 100 countries through the American Forces Network. We’re spreading the love and spirit of freedom worldwide! 

But the fun doesn’t have to stop when the show is over. Head on over to the west side of the stadium for the post-show street dance with Miner Music DJ. Dance it out, enjoy music from all eras, and keep the party going! 

Check out the America’s Freedom Festival Facebook Page for the latest updates. 


4. West Jordan Western Stampede July 4th Fireworks 

The fireworks show will start right after the rodeo, at 10:00 p.m. sharp. 

The fireworks will be shooting from the northwest section of Veterans Memorial Park. You have to plan ahead if you want to get the very best view. 

City Hall parking is a bit limited, especially on the Fourth of July, so I definitely recommend arriving early to make sure you can secure a prime spot.  

Be sure to check out the West Jordan Western Stampede website if you want to make sure you’re up-to-date on all details - like when the rodeo starts, or what time the fireworks will actually begin. 


5. Oakley Independence Day Celebration 

This is one event you definitely don’t want to miss out on. 

As early as 7:00 a.m., you can already lace up on your running shoes and joining the Kids Fun Run & 5K. It is a perfect opportunity for you and your family to start the day on a healthy and energetic note. 

You’ll be joining the South Summit Drill Team for some fitness fun. There’s also an awesome opportunity drawing you can be a part of! 

Next on the agenda is the parade. I mean, who doesn’t love a good parade? Get your family and friends and head on over to the parade route. The route stretches from SR 32 & Center Street. 

After the parade, head on over to the Oakley Red Barn for a patriotic program at 11:30 a.m. You’ll leave with a full heart and a deeper sense of gratitude for our country. 

Of course, no celebration is complete without delicious food. You’l find plenty of options at the Oakley Recreation Complex. I’m talking about mouthwatering treats and savory delights. 

Take a moment to recharge your energy so you can keep the fun all day long. 

Speaking of fun, the Jr. Rodeo & Kids Activities at the Oakly Outdoor Arena is where the real excitement starts at 1:00 p.m.. And the best news? It’s all free for kids. They can join in on the treasure dig, arena race, and chicken chase. 

Not to mention the thrilling sheep and steer riding! 

The Oaky PRCA Rodeo and fireworks display are a must-see finale to this Independence Day Celebration. 


6. Riverton Town Days 

The fireworks show is going to be launched from the Rodeo Arena at Riverton City Park, located at 1452 W 12600 S, Riverton, Utah 84065. 

The best seat in the house fills up fast. So, make sure to arrive early to secure your spot and spread out your blankets and chairs. 

If you’re feeling extra prepared, pack a picnic basket filled with your favorite snacks to enjoy as you watch the show. 

One important thing to note is that there is a fall-out zone near the launch site, which will be strictly enforced. This ares is off-limits starting at 6 p.m. to ensure everyone’s safety. 

Don’t try to save space or catch the fireworks from there. 

Keep in mind there will be no parking in the fall-out zone all day long. Make sure to plan your parking accordingly and take advantage of the designated areas. 

You can check out the map of the fall-out zone by clicking here. It’s always better to have all the details ahead of time so you can fully enjoy the festivities. 


7. Murray City Fun Days 

The Murray City Fun Days has been bringing families together since 1958. 

Don’t forget to set your alarm for the Sunrise Service at 7:00 a.m. It’s worth waking up early to witness the sunrise at the beautiful Murray Park Amphitheater. 

After that, you’re going to need some fuel. The Rotary Club Community Breakfast is taking place at Pavillion#5. Fill up to your heart’s content from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.!

Ready to get active? Join the 5K Walk/Run, where you can stretch your legs and enjoy the scenic views around Murray Park. Your kids can also participate in the Children’s Race at 9:00 a.m.! 

The Parade is also a must-see event, with the procession strating at Fashion Place Mall at 8:30 a.m. Find a spot along the parade route and wave your flags proudly!

But wait, there’s more! The Chalk Art Contest, Daytime Entertainment, and Bingo are just a few of the activities happening throughout the day. 

Let’s not forget about the games, car show, and food trucks! Indulge in delicious treats, have a blast with exciting games, and marvel at the stunning car displays. 

Plus, the Balance Bike Race for Kids is another great way to experience the joy and excitement of the event. 

When the sun sets, get ready to rock out to the “VISION” Classic Rock Tribute Band. 

The fireworks display is the main event! You don’t want to miss the spectacular show at 10:00 p.m. Get comfortable on your blankets or lawn charis and enjoy the stunning sight. 


8. 4th of July Celebration at the Gateway

The Plaza will be the place to be for some fun from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 

Let me tell you, the food and drinks alone are worth the trip. All your favorite Gateway bars and restaurants will be serving up classic American eats.

You can channel your inner rockstar and belt out some karaoke jams on the South Stage. Or, if you’re feeling competitive, challenge your loved ones to some exciting yard games. 

At 10:00 p.m., the fireworks extravaganza will light up the sky with breathtaking colors and patterns. 

The Gateway is known for throwing the biggest and brightest fireworks show in Salt Lake City, and this year will be no exception. It’s going to be magical! 


9. City of Holladay - 4th of July Celebration 

The City of Holladay is putting together an amazing line-up of events, activities, and entertainment on the 4th of July! 

The delicious pancake breakfast is happening bright and early from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Who doesn’t love a hot stack of fluffy pancakes on a holiday morning? For just $5, you can fuel up before the day’s festivities begin. 

Get ready to witness the cutest parade ever! The Bike Parade starts at 9 a.m. and goes until 9:30 a.m. So why not join in on the fun? 

Have your kids dress up in their most patriotic gear and deck out their bikes and scooters with streamers and flags. If you prefer to watch, you can do that too! 

Head to Pines Park, located at the corner of 4500 S and Holladay Blvd, just west of City Hall, for the perfect viewpoint to watch the parade. 

You’ll be in for a treat once the talented Charley Jenkins takes the stage at 8 p.m. You won’t be disappointed if you’re a fan of country music and his incredible songwriting skills. 

The grand finale of the day – the fireworks show starts at 10 p.m. 

Remember, personal fireworks are not allowed at the event. But don’t worry, the professional fireworks show will more than make up for it! 

Keep checking the Holladay announcements for all the latest updates about the Holladay 4th of July Celebration. 


10. Magna 4th of July 

The day kicks off with a grand Flag Raising Ceremony and Cannonade at 7:00 a.m. You can join in at Magna Copper Park by the East Pavillion and proudly honor the flag. 

The Knights of Columbus is hosting a delicious breakfast from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Swing by the West Pavillion at Magna Copper Park for a scrumptious meal. Plus, it’s only $5 per person. What a steal! 

You’ll definitely want to check out the Magna Loves 2 Run Freedom Run if you’re looking for some exercise. The 5K Walk/Run starts at 7:30 a.m., followed by the Kids Fun Run at 8:30 a.m. 

There’s no better way to start your day than with a run through the streets of Magna! 

We can’t forget the highlight of the day – the Parade! At 12:00 p.m. (noon), you’ll hit the streets of Magna and embark on a lively procession. 

Starting at 3100 South & 8400 West, you’ll march North on 8560 West and then make your way west on Historic Magna Main Street (2700 South). 

You’ll feel the infectious energy of the day with colorful floats and lively music! 

From 4:00 p.m. until dusk, make your way to Magna Copper Park for an incredible experience. The park will be buzzing with vendors offering delicious food and a variety of non-food goodies. 

But that’s not all! Get ready for some exciting activities like a rock wall, jousting, and carnival-style games. 

Brace yourself for the grand finale –Fireworks! Gather at Magna Copper Park as the sky transforms into a mesmerizing display of lights and colors. It’s a perfect way to end the day and complete the festivities. 

Remember, this event wouldn’t be possible without the help of volunteers. 

You can fill out the 2023 Magna 4th of July Volunteer Application if you’re interested in volunteering. 


11. 4th of July Live Music & Fireworks Celebration 

Are you ready to rock the 4th of July at Brian Head Ski Resort at Brian Head, Utah? This year’s celebration promises to be the best one yet! 

Starting at 11 a.m., the talented singer/songwriter Lillian VanDaam will serenade you with her soulful tunes until 1:30 p.m. After that, Muddy Boots takes the stage with their amazing country music from 1:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. 

But don’t go anywhere just yet! Juniper City will perform and rock it out with their awesome rock vibes from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. You’re invited to let loose and unleash your inner rock star! 

Finally – the fireworks! It’s the perfect way to cap off this unforgettable celebration. 


12. Garden City Independence Day

Starting at 4:00 p.m., there will be loads of fun activities for kids and families to enjoy. And let’s not forget about the food trucks that will be dishing out their famous treats all day long. 

At 7:30 p.m., David Nail will hit the stage. Sing along to his fantastic music! 

As the night progresses, gather at the Heritage Park for the grand finale - the fireworks display. Grab your blankets and chairs, and settle in for a beautiful show in the night sky. 

As a special bonus, keep your eyes peeled for the Ping Pol Ball Drop with fabulous prizes! Who knows, you might be the lucky winner! 


13. Huntsville Utah Independence Day Celebration

The Huntsville Utah Independence Day Celebration is happening on Tuesday, July 4th, 2023! 

Start your day off on the right foot by joining the Fun Run or check out the beautiful cars at the Car Show, both starting at 8:00 a.m. 

You won’t want to miss the parade, which kicks off at 10:00 a.m. It’s an exciting mix of floats, bands, and performers! Be sure to grab a spot along the parade route early to ensure you have the best view. 

After the parade, it’s time to dive into the Games, Food, and Vendor booths at 11:00 a.m. This is your chance to explore the unique products available at the booths. 

Head over to the Church Stage at noon for a heartwarming and patriotic program. 

Later on, at 8:00 p.m., join the party with a lively DJ who will keep the music going all night. Make sure to wear your dancing shoes! 

The grand finale of the day will begin at 10:00 p.m. – the Fireworks display! Grab a seat or lay out a blanket to admire the brilliant colors and patterns lighting up the sky. 

Note that the event schedule is subject to change. You can always stay up to date by checking out the Huntsville website for the latest updates closer to the event. 


14. Kanab Fourth - Kanab’s Small Town Independence Day Celebration 

Are you ready to celebrate the Fourth of July in one of the most charming towns in Southern Utah? Look no further than Kanab Fourth, where you’ll feel like a part of the family. 

Imagine waking up to the sound of booming cannons at 6:00 p.m. That’s enough to get anyone’s heart racing with excitement! 

It is followed by a Color Fun Run 5K that starts right at the church in the center of town at 7:00 a.m. What a great way to get your blood pumping and immerse yourself in the spirit of Independence Day! 

At 10:00 a.m., make sure you’re out front to witness the parade. The parade turns around at the end of the street, giving you the chance to see it twice! 

What’s more, this year, they’re celebrating under the theme of “Proud to be an American.” It’s a fantastic sight to see! 

After the parade, experience the lineup of vendors and live entertainment at the Jacob Hamblin Park. 

You can’t forget about the fireworks! They will light up the night sky above Jacob Hamblin Park, casting a dazzling glow against the magnificent red cliffs. 


15. Richfield July 4th Celebrate America

Richfield, Utah is kicking off the day with a bang - literally! The sound of cannons will fill the air, and that’s your cue to jump out of bed at 6 a.m. 

You won’t want to miss out on the Liberty 5K Run that’s happening shortly after. 

Next up, it’s parade time! The Main Street Parade at 9:30 a.m. is sure to be a crowd pleaser. There’s nothing quite like watching colorful floats, patriotic dancers, and the Grand Marshal, Feral Huntsman, slowly march down the street. 

And that’s not even half of it! After the parade, you’ll have endless entertainment options to choose from. Starting at 10:30 a.m., the food and game booths open their doors. 

Make sure you don’t miss the Thalman Physical Therapy Kids Races at 12:30 p.m. and the Fish Grab event at 1:30 p.m. Both events are sure to be a blast! 

There’s also free swimming at the Richfield City Pool at 12:00 p.m. and horse races at the Fairgrounds at 1:00 p.m. 

I know what you’re really looking forward to - the fireworks! Head on over to West Hills at 9:30 p.m., get comfortable, and enjoy the show. 

Check out the Richfield City website for all the updates, and get ready to Celebrate America like never before! 


16. Blanding City 4th of July 

Lace up your running shoes for the Firecracker 5K presented by San Juan Cross Country. The race starts at 6:30 a.m. at Centennial Park, which is the perfect way to start your day with a burst of energy and adrenaline. 

But wait, there’s more! Stick around for the 1-Mile Fun Run at 7:15 a.m. if you’re itching for more fun after the 5K.  

The Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast at 8:00 a.m. at Centennial Park is where you want to be next. You’ll get to hear inspiring guest speakers and talented youth providing uplifting music. 

The highlight of the morning is the Independence Day Parade at 10:00 a.m. Don’t miss it! This year’s theme is “Stars & Stripes,” and it’s going to be a sight to behold. 

Once the parade is over, the real fun begins. Get ready to explore all the booths, food, and games on offer. There’s something for everyone, from delectable local cuisine to exciting games and crafts. 

The 4-on-4 Outdoor Volleyball Tournament is where you’ll want to be if you love a good challenge. 

Don’t forget about the Kids Games at 11:15 a.m. Your little ones will have a blast with all the races, water games, and activities designed just for them.

Of course, the fun doesn’t end there. The whole family can participate in the Classic Racing Games at noon. 

You can check out the Quilters Guild event at the Wellness Center if you have a knack for crafting. 

And then, when evening rolls around, it’s time for the Stan Bronson - Down from the Mountain Concert at the San Juan High Auditorium. But before the concert, make sure to grab some tasty dinner and snacks from the food vendors. 

Get ready for the grand finale–the FIREWORKS at the end of the night. It’s an unforgettable experience, with music playing and vendors adding to the festive atmosphere. 


What are the Firework Regulations in Utah County?

You can legally set off fireworks from July 2nd to 5th and July 22nd to 25th, from 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. 

On the 4th of July and Pioneer Day, you get to celebrate even longer until midnight! How awesome is that? 

Let me remind you that there are some areas in Utah County where fireworks are restricted. You can check out the Fire Marshal’s website to know if your town has any of these restricted areas. 

This way, you’ll know where not to set off fireworks, and we can keep our communities safe. 

One more thing to keep in mind is that some fireworks that aren’t sold in Utah might actually be illegal here. So, make sure you buy your fireworks from local authorized vendors only.


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About the author of Move to Provo Utah Website 

Katerina Gasset

When I moved here I was blessed to have my daughter to help with different things you need to know when you move to a new place. I had background from living here before but things have changed a lot too since the '80s. 

We were able to get all the good places to eat down fast - since she knows all that and we have a lot of the same likes in food. But things like how to turn on my electricity or what power company services my home... well... I was at a total loss! 

I know that other people moving to Provo don't always have family here to guide and help them. And most people don't have a real estate agent who gives them a welcome package on all the important numbers and places they need to know. 

My goal is for this website to be your go to resource for everything you need to know before, during, and after you move here to Provo, Utah. I want you to have the best experience and love living here as much as I do

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