Your OKC 4th of July Events Guide

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4th of July

The 4th of July: the ever changing, always fun, absolutely sacred summer holiday here in the good ole’ US of A. I love the fourth of July! it is all about fun, food, friends, and family!

OKC 4th of July Events Guide

Bethany

Enjoy a parade, classic car show, inflatables, carnival rides and more at Bethany Freedom Festival!

Where: Eldon Lyon Park
When: July 4th beginning at 10 a.m.

Blanchard

Fireworks, food and a carnival are all part of the fun at Blanchard Independence!

Where: 10th & Highway 62
When: July 1st 6-10 p.m.

Edmond

Too many events to list in Edmond for Liberty Fest! Kites, food, concerts and more all across Edmond!

Where: Various locations
When: June 25-July 4th. Parade & Fireworks scheduled for July 4th.

Midwest City

Enjoy food trucks, live music & a fireworks show at Midwest City’s Tribute to Liberty

Where: Joe Barnes Park
When: July 4th beginning at 6 p.m.

Oklahoma City

Looking for a unique spot to watch the fireworks? Check out Riversport 4th of July. Enjoy a day of river activities & then enjoy the fireworks from whitewater island.

Where: 800 Riversport Dr. 
When: 
July 4th – all day


Take advantage of a FREE concert by the OKC Philharmonic and Fireworks at Red White & Boom

Where: State Fair Park
When: July 3rd beginning at 7:30 p.m.


Enjoy the fireworks immediately following the Dodgers game in Bricktown for Fourth Fest!

Where: Various locations across Bricktown
When: July 4th. Live DJ starts at 7 p.m. Fireworks to begin around 9:30 p.m.

Piedmont

A parade and a hot dog eating contest are just part of the fun at Freedom Fest in Piedmont!

Where: 713 N Piedmont Rd
When: July 4th beginning at 5 p.m.

Yukon

Endless fun at Yukon’s Freedom Fest!  Pony rides, FREE ice cream, inflatables and more!

Where: Chisholm Trail Park, 500 W. Vandament
When: July 4th – all day

We hope you get out and enjoy the 4th this year! Keep these tips in mind as you make your plans!

Top 5 Tips to survive & enjoy 4th of July with kids

  1. Be Prepared!  Sunscreen, bug spray, blankets, lots of water, and baby wipes rock for all ages especially when it comes to watermelon and Popsicles!
  2. Be flexible!   Babies won’t necessarily like fireworks and kids won’t always appreciate a parade, by age 5 or 6 they might need more activities, and by 10 or 12 they might prefer to celebrate with friends. The fourth is about fun!
  3. Remember your fur babies!  Most dogs don’t like fireworks and will panic and get loose. Make sure you put your fur baby inside or have a neighbor come do it.
  4. Shade! If you are out mid day find the shade or take some with you. Mega important. We used to sit on the East side of the parade route in the shade of the buildings. So just think it out and come prepared!
  5. Naps Rule!  If you want your kids to make it through fireworks without a meltdown don’t skip the naps. At least encourage some down time for the younger crowd, and maybe the older generation, oh and mommy too!

Happy 4th of July!!!

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