DFW 4th of July Events


Freedom & Fireworks
Jul 2, 2021, 4:00 pm
Jul 3, 2021, 10:00 am
Jul 4, 2021, 11:00 am
Granbury, TX

Granbury’s annual 4th of July celebration is a three-day affair, featuring shopping with vendors on the square on July 2, vendors and a parade on July 3, and vendors and fireworks on July 4.

Liberty by the Lake

The Colony, TX

The Colony will celebrate the birth of America’s freedom at the 24th Annual Liberty By The Lake festival. They’ll kick off the celebration with the Liberty 5K/10K/1M race on July 3 at The Old American Clubhouse, followed by a concert, food vendors, and fireworks at The Colony Five Star Complex on July 4.

Independence Day Celebration

Irving, TX

The City of Irving will present a weekend-long celebration for Independence Day. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department kicks off the festivities on July 3 with the traditional parade in downtown Irving followed by live music and a fireworks show on Sunday, July 4 at Levy Event Plaza.

Keller Lights

Keller, TX

The City of Keller will present Keller Lights, where visitors can enjoy more than 40 vendors and food trucks, live music, the Light Up Keller parade, and more to celebrate Independence Day weekend. The evening will feature a beautiful display on the Keller Town Hall pond thanks to thousands of glowing water lanterns decorated by community members. The night will be capped off with a fireworks show.

Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks Festival

The Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks Festival will feature live music with Vegas Stars, family fun activities, and a 20-minute fireworks show choreographed to music taking place shortly after the last live race. members. The night will be capped off with a fireworks show.

Addison Kaboom Town

The celebration of Addison Kaboom Town! is city-wide, with a party in Addison Circle Park, watch parties at many of Addison’s restaurants, hotels, and the Addison Airport Air Show, which can be seen from anywhere in town. The 30-minute long fireworks show is among the best in the nation, and is radio simulcast each year.

City of Arlington 4th of July Celebration

The city of Arlington will celebrate the 4th of July with two separate events. On July 3, there will be a fireworks display in the heart of Arlington’s Entertainment District just north of Globe Life Field. The Globe Life Field, AT&T Stadium, and Esports Stadium Arlington & Expo Center parking lots will be open to the public so that families can set up chairs or tailgate and enjoy the show.

Old Fashioned Fourth of July

As a joint fundraiser with Vogel Alcove, Dallas Heritage Village will host an Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration, complete with Smokey Ray’s Barbecue and Kona Ice food trucks. Families can bring bikes, trikes, and scooters for a day of fun in Old City Park, where the museum will have an “All Join In” parade. A special reading by Michael Brundy of Frederick Douglass’s famous Independence Day Speech will also be read during the festivities.

Frisco Freedom Fest

The Frisco Freedom Fest will feature Party in the Plaza, featuring an array of activities, including the Children’s Expo, a Community Stage featuring local entertainers, Hometown Hero Exhibit showcasing the police and fire departments, the Taste of Frisco with Frisco restaurants serving some of their most popular menu items, and the Patriotic Vendor Village.

July 4th Freedom Festival 

Castle Hills’ annual July 4th Freedom Festival is a community tradition for more than 20 years. The event will feature activities such as bounce houses, carnival games. and music. Concessions will be available for purchase from several Village Shops’ restaurants and several food trucks. The highlight of the evening, a fireworks show, will start at dusk.

Fort Worth’s Fourth

Fort Worthians can celebrate Independence Day with an evening of festival food, drinks, live music, and the largest fireworks show in North Texas.

All American 4th

Plano’s All American 4th & Fireworks will be held both in-person and online for 2021. The in-person event begins at 6 pm, with fireworks beginning at 9:30 pm. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. The show will livestream on The City of Plano’s YouTube page, PTV, and Plano Arts & Events Facebook page. Music will be simulcast on 97.5 KLAK. Guests can bring blankets, coolers, and lawn chairs.

America Strong

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will host a special, socially-distanced America Strong concert as an ode to the country’s perseverance throughout the past year.

The one-night-only performance will feature more than 60 minutes of music from the orchestra and world-renowned opera singers Latonia Moore and Morris Robinson, all conducted by Miguel Harth-Bedoya in his final season with the orchestra.

39th Annual July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza

Visitors can celebrate America’s birthday at the 39th Annual July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza, complete with spectacular fireworks set to patriotic music. Viewing locations include some of Grapevine’s lakeside parks and are subject to change. Parking or entry fees may apply.

4th of July Community Fireworks Display

The City of Carrollton will host a fireworks show to celebrate the 4th of July. Residents are encouraged to view the 15-minute fireworks display from surrounding neighborhoods or from one of the available parking areas. There will be no on-site event.

Double Oak 4th of July Parade

Prade and Picnic: Parade line-up will be on Simmons Road north of Cross Timbers. parade will start at 9:30am coursing down Cross Timbers Drive and arriving at John B Wright Park.

Red, White, and Groove

In concert with Ishi and Sam Blacky; Red, White, and Groove is a July Fourth celebration in the Globe at the AT&T Discovery District. Join us for live music, entertainment, and an interactive Fourth of July light show.

Yankee Doodle Parade

Join us this year for a live parade. Deck out in red, white, and blue for this patriotic occasion or watch from your lawn chair on the Denton Square as the parade rolls out.

Arlington Independence Parade

The Arlington Independence Day Parade is the oldest, longest running event in Arlington. Started in 1965 by citizen Dottie Lynn and Church Women United, it was composed of primarily youth on red, white and blue-decorated bicycles, pedaling around Randol Mill Park.