4th of July events around Arizona

Events have been updated for 2023. Click on event titles to find additional details and directions. Please make sure to check dates, times, & prices with the vendor as details may change.

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Independence Day Celebration (July 3)

The Anthem Community Council hosts an evening of traditional fireworks, water slides, rides, inflatables, music, dancing and food. Bring blankets and lawn chairs. 5:30pm-9:30pm.


Light Up The Sky Celebration (July 1)

Avondale is celebrating the 4th of July with a kid zone, food and fireworks at the Phoenix Raceway. Admission if free! 6:00pm-9:00pm.


All American Bash (July 4)

Celebrate 4th of July in Downtown Chandler and enjoy live music, yard games, food vendors and more. This year, in lieu of fireworks, there will be a 5-minute pyrotechnic show as part of the concert. 7:00pm-9:30pm


4th of July Parade (July 4)

The 2023 Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Independence Day Parade will follow the usual route around Historic Downtown Flagstaff. Starting at Elm & Beaver, it will go south down Beaver, turn left on Aspen to San Francisco and north on San Francisco back to Elm.


4th of July Celebration (July 4)

This free, family-friendly event will feature live performances, aerial entertainment, and fireworks! 4:00pm-9:30pm


Westgate’s Fireworks Festival (July 4)

Bursting with live music, dinner deals, festive & domestic drinks, splash zone, activities for kids, live music + a dazzling display of fireworks! 5:00pm-9:00pm


Celebration of Freedom (July 4)

Mesa celebrates 4th of July with a family friendly patriotic car show, naturalization ceremony and thrilling live entertainment, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. 6:00pm-10:00pm.


All American Festival at Home (July 4)

Enjoy an evening full of family-friendly entertainment, food trucks, music, and a spectacular fireworks display at Peoria Sports Complex. 5:00pm-10:00pm.


Arizona Diamondbacks vs. New York Mets (July 4)

Watch the D-backs play against the Giants and enjoy a firework show, presented by Gila River Hotels & Casinos, at Chase Field.


Red, White, and Boom (July 4)

Featuring carnival rides, splash inflatables, food trucks, local breweries, live music, and fireworks.The family-friendly event will begin at 3 p.m., with fireworks expected to take place around 9:00p.m.


Hometown Fourth at Schnepf Farms (July 4)

Come celebrate our Country’s Independence Day at Schnepf Farms. A patriotic event for the entire community!


Scottsdale’s 8th Annual 4th of July Celebration (July 4)

Be Red, White, and COOL at Scottsdale 4th of July event with live entertainment, fireworks & fun for the whole family. 5:00pm-9:00pm. This is a cashless event.


Independence Day Baseball Game (July 4)

Enjoy a free baseball game before the fireworks show! The Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals minor league teams will face off at 5 p.m.

Surprise 4th of July Celebration (July 4)

The 40th Annual 4th of July Celebration will be held at Mark Coronado Park and admission. Music, food trucks and fireworks. 6:00pm-9:00pm.

Red, White and Pool Party (July 4)

The Red, White and Pool Party is sure to be a splash! Surprise residents can join us for games, swimming and a poolside view of the fireworks! Tickets are required. Registration opens June 20. Space is limited.


Details to come.


Tempe 4th of July Celebration (July 4)

Celebrate Independence Day at Tempe Diablo Stadium and enjoy an evening of family-friendly fun, including live entertainment, food, kid’s activities, and fireworks! 5:00-10:00pm


Diamonds in the Sky (July 4)

Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium is hosting the Sun Belt College Baseball League for a showcase game on Tuesday, July 4, with fireworks following the game.

Let Freedom Sing (July 3-4)

Park Place Mall hosts “Let Freedom Sing,” honoring the nation’s birthday in song and the patriotic cultural fabric of Tucson.

Star Spangled Spectacular (Marana, July 4)

The Town of Marana’s annual signature event will take place on Tuesday, July 4, with fireworks scheduled for 9 PM. Free attractions include the Car Show, splash pad, field games, inflatables, vendors, exhibitors, Musical Instrument Petting Zoo and Creation Station for Kids.


Heber Overgaard: Festival in the Park (July 1-2)

Celebrate Independence Day the Saturday before 4th of July with a parade on the 260 (9a.m. July 1) live music, food trucks, entertainment, beer garden, food & craft vendors, and fireworks (9 p.m. July 1)!

Payson: 4th Of July: Hometown Celebration (July 4)

Enjoy family fun, gorgeous weather, and everyone’s favorite: fireworks over the lake at Green Valley Park. 1:00pm-9:00pm

Show Low: Freedom Fest (July 4)

The City of Show Low is putting on a full day of events for the 4th of July. Parade will start at 9am followed by Freedom Fest beginning at 3pm at Show Low High School and fireworks at 9pm.

Taylor/Snowflake: Taylor Independence Day Celebration & Night Rodeo (June 30-July 1)

Held on Friday and Saturday closest to July 4. Firing of the Anvil kicks things off followed by a patriotic program, Fun Run races, live Western entertainment, arts and crafts, food, Night Rodeo, fireworks, and dance.

Springerville/Eager: 4th of July (July 4)

Kick off 4th of July with a pancake breakfast, parade at 10a.m., rodeo at 1:30p.m, and fireworks!


Annual 4th of July Parade (July 4)

Come out and celebrate Independence Day with a parade at 6pm and fireworks at 9pm, weather permitting.

Habitat for Humanity GRAND OPRY (July 1)

The Grand Opry 2023 Show features the Lonesome Valley Band, beer tent, food, carnival games, live auction and a cake walk


4th of July Fireworks Spectacular (July 4)

This year’s Fireworks Extravaganza returns to Ray Kroc Sports Complex on Tuesday, July 4! Featuring live music from Radical Rewind and DJ – BMC Production, a Kids Zone, Food Vendors, Drinks, and a 20-minute fabulous Fireworks Spectacular Show!


PBS: Capitol Fourth (July 4)

Tune in to Arizona PBS for a nation-wide celebration of America’s 245th birthday and one of the greatest display of fireworks in the nation.