Celebrate this Independence Day in the Ozarks with a variety of traditional festivities including professional firework displays, music festivals, carnivals, and more!
Fire in the Sky
Tickets are on sale now for 2nd annual “Fire In The SKY”. View the Branson Landing Fireworks show from the Sky Deck on Mount Branson, across from the Branson Landing.
Guests of the “Fire in the SKY” zip over Lake Taneycomo via Parakeet Pete’s Waterfront Zipline located at Branson Landing.and arrive on the SKY Deck, where they will enjoy delicious food, a cash bar, party to live entertainment by the Steve Moeller Band and the have best view of the Branson Landing fireworks show.
“Fire In The SKY” events require an advance ticket for VIP seating.
Purchase tickets online at ParakeetPetes.com
Branson Landing’s 10th Annual Liberty Light Up Concert & Fireworks
Be a part of Branson Landing’s 10th Annual Liberty Light Up – and celebrate Independence Day – in a BIG way, a day early!
The Liberty Light Up Concert will be followed by an amazing choreographed Fireworks Display that will fill the skies over Lake Taneycomo and highlight a spectacular celebration of America’s Independence that will leave you in awe.
Starting at 10 p.m.
Independence Day Fireworks at Top of the Rock
Enjoy an unforgettable night at one of our remarkable restaurants overlooking Table Rock Lake while honoring our nation’s independence with an awe-inspiring fireworks show at dusk!
Image Courtesy of Big Cedar Lodge
Chateau on the Lake 4th of July Celebration
Summer is in full swing on the lake, in the mountains. After our outdoor BBQ event, complete with live music, we will light up the evening sky with fireworks to celebrate Independence Day and you won’t want to miss it. Make your room reservations early and enjoy a holiday full of activities.
31st Annual Fireworks Extravaganza
HEBER SPRINGS ARKANSAS
Celebrate America’s independence at one of the largest fireworks displays in Arkansas over spectacular Greers Ferry Lake.
Join us by car or by boat for music, food, and fun for the family. Fireworks begin at 9:30 p.m.
4th of July Fireworks Displays & Celebrations
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, MISSOURI
JUNE 30th – JULY 4th
Celebrate this Independence day with professional firework displays, festivals, live music, and more!
Multiple venues will be hosting a variety of events in the Lake of the Ozarks region.
Visit http://www.funlake.com/independence-day-fireworks-full-list to see all locations.
The Annual Fireburst fireworks show returns this year, Saturday, July 1st on Table Rock Lake! The Fireburst can be viewed by car, boat, or on foot! Fireworks begin at dusk.
Highberry Music Festival
EUREKA SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
JUNE 30th – JULY 2nd
The 8th annual Highberry Music Festival will be held at The Farm Campground & Events in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. We hope you will join us in continuing on our family tradition in a beautiful slice of the Ozark Mountains as we celebrate our freedom and independence. This event is brought to you by Deadhead Productions. The venue boasts beautiful 360 degree panoramic views. It sits on 160 acres and backs up to Mark Twain national forest. Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, and the White River are all within 5 miles of the venue. Vending, RV and camping spots available for purchase.
See website for details. This event is rain or shine. No refunds.
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
16th Annual Ventris Trail’s End Resort’s Fireworks Display
We welcome you to the 16th Annual Ventris Trail’s End Resort’s Fireworks Display in honor of our nation’s independence.
Watch thousands of fireworks light up the night sky while listening to patriotic music.
Show is to be seen by boat only.
8:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
27th Annual 4th of July Celebration-Hats Off to America
Celebrate Independence Day at Springfield’s 27th Annual Old Fashioned 4th of July Parade and Celebration sponsored by Midtown Neighborhood Association.
This year’s theme will be “Hats off to America”.
Parade slots are still available at $10 per entry and $50 for political entries. Deadline for entries is June 30.
Children are invited to march or ride their bicycles in the parade at no charge!
After the parade please join us at historic Washington Park. We will have live music, children’s games & prizes, a pie baking contest, ice cream from Hiland Dairy, food trucks, and a parade awards ceremony. People are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit on.
10:00am – 1:00pm
Location: Washington Park
Marshfield Independence Day Parade
Monday, July 4 137th Marshfield Independence Day Parade. Begins at 10:00 a.m. This parade remains the oldest, continuous parade west of the Mississippi River.
Vendors, games, activities from 10am to 3pm, Marshfield town square.
16th Annual Fireworks Display
Enjoy a Show & Shine Car Show, music by Cory Jackson, fireworks, concession stand, vendors, and bounce houses. Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs!
5:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Honor America Celebration
College of the Ozarks will host its 28th annual Honor America Celebration on campus Sunday, June 25, 2017. The public is invited to attend this free event, and guests are invited to bring blankets and lawn chairs.
5:30 – 7:45 p.m.
Festivities begin with an old-fashioned, barbecue picnic. Guests may purchase barbecue sandwich meals or items al a carte. Food service closes promptly at 7:45 p.m. for patriotic program.
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Children’s activities will include face painting, balloons, and a craft area where guests can make a thank-you card for Veterans.
Musical acts take the stage and feature some of the area’s best acts. Featured entertainment includes touring and recording group, The Hunt Family Band; songs from throughout the decades performed by Red, Hot… & Blue!; and the unique harmonies of AYO Voices of Glory. Alcohol, tobacco products, fireworks and pets are strictly prohibited.
The patriotic program is a well-loved tradition and includes the Presentation of Colors. Concert Band will perform a patriotic program and provide the musical backdrop for the fireworks display that concludes the event.
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