Check out the list below for full details on what several North Texas cities plan to do to celebrate!
**We’ve also included a few of the metroplex’s largest and most popular events.**
Addison, July 3 – Addison Kaboom Town The watch party and airshow were canceled and Addison Circle Park will be closed. No in-person viewing of fireworks will take place. The firework show will be at an undisclosed, out-of-town location, Fireworks will be streamed live on Addison’s YouTube channel at 9:30 pm CST on Friday, July 3, 2020.
Allen, July 3 – Spirit in the Sky Watch the fireworks from your car in the area near W. Exchange Parkway and N. Watters Road. 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. The show will begin at 9:30 p.m CST on Friday, July 3, 2020.
Frisco, July 4 – Fort Worth Watch the largest fireworks show on the Fourth of July in North Texas from the comfort of your home, backyard or balcony. The show will be larger and taller this year so it can be seen from a distance! Tune in on TV to FOX 4 NEWS to view the live stream. https://fortworthsfourth.com/
Frisco, July 4 – Frisco Freedom Fest The city of Frisco and FC Dallas will host a 20-minute fireworks show on July 4 at 9:30 p.m. with parking at Toyota Stadium. The public can also check out the fireworks show streamed live on the city’s website at FriscoTexas.gov or watch on Facebook live @cityoffriscotx
The Hotter ‘N Firecracker 5K, cornhole tournament, and festival planned for July 3 – 4 are canceled due to COVID-19.
Grapevine, July 4 – July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza View the fireworks over Lake Grapevine from multiple areas, including some that are paid. Parking spaces may be limited. This 24-minute fireworks show over Lake Grapevine begins at 9:30 p.m.
McKinney, July 4 – Red, White, and Boom The launch begins at 9:30 p.m on July 4th. from the McKinney Soccer Complex at Craig Ranch “We encourage watching from your home or car and tuning in to 101.1 WRR FM to hear choreographed music with the fireworks!” www.mckinneytexas.org/830/Red-White-and-BOOM
Plano, July 4 – All American 4th of July Fireworks People are being asked to watch the fireworks from their home, vehicle, or neighborhood. The fireworks will launch from the Lavon Farms near the Plano Event Center. The city will stream the fireworks on the Facebook page. You can also listen to coordinating music simulcast on 97.5 KLAK.
Southlake, July 3 – Fireworks Show A special commemorative video will be released on social media and fireworks shot from Bicentennial Park. The park will be closed and will not be open for viewing the fireworks.
The Colony, July 3-4 – Red, White & Brave
Lava Cantina will host a limited live show starting at 9:30 p.m. Friday with a Facebook live-streamed fireworks display.
Fireworks at The Colony Five Star Complex
The events are canceled but fireworks will go off at The Colony Five Star Complex Saturday night at 9:30 pm. Watch the fireworks from the safety and comfort of your car and tune your radio to 99.9fm.