Where to See the Best Fourth of July Fireworks in DFW

Fireworks July 4th Independence Day 2013 Polo Field Fort Sill Oklahoma (24)Grab a blanket, pack a picnic basket and enjoy an evening of dazzling fireworks with your family. The Dallas-Fort Worth area will be ablaze with the sparkling lights and brilliant booms of fireworks displays. From the explosive party of Addison’s Kaboom Town! to the banks of  the Trinity River for Fort Worth’s Fourth, DFW will be showing our true colors…Red, White and Blue!

4976_KT_WebGraphic_01Addison Kaboom Town!

Kaboom Town is Addison’s most explosive party of the year. Dazzling fireworks choreographed to music will dance across the sky over Addison Circle Park. Enjoy great food, live music and a spectacular historic warplane fly-bys.  The Addison Kaboom Town Fireworks Display and the Addison Airport Airshow can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. Many Addison restaurants and hotels will host watching parties and promotions, as well as special menus, patio seating and entertainment.

Admission is FREE but you must have a ticket to enter the event site.

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The MetroPCS Fair Park Fourth is Dallas’ official Independence Day celebration, complete with spectacular fireworks at the Cotton Bowl. more.

Enjoy live music, water features 26 exhilarating rides , games and concessions within the State Fair of Texas Midway. Throughout the afternoon, music will be performed by the Razzmajazz Dixieland Band. Experience the explosive sound of ZZ Top, tribute band, Trio Grande.

Admission to the Midway is $5 or complimentary to those who participate in the Dallas Park and Recreation “Dallas 7/4” race.

Grapevine July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza

There is nothing like seeing fireworks explode over beautiful Lake Grapevine! Gather your family and friends and come early to enjoy Grapevine’s 32nd Annual July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza.

The fireworks display can be viewed from almost any lakeside location, as well as at  Oak Grove Park and Rockledge Park. Admission is FREE at most viewing locations. Some parks along Lake Grapevine may charge an admission fee of $5 to $10 per vehicle.

Fort Worth’s Fourth

Fort Worth’s Fourth of July celebration will be held at the riverside Panther Island Pavilion. This event will be full of activities like Jet Ski shows, Flyboard shows, pony rides, bounce houses, miniature golf, water slide, face painting and more. Enjoy a concert by Larry G and fireworks. General admission is FREE. VIP Passes are available for $25 per person at the Prekindle tents the day of the festival.

More Fourth of July Events

Allen USA Celebration: June 28

Arlington 4th of July Parade and Celebrations: July 4

Bedford Independence Day Celebrations: July 4

Burleson Independence Day Parade and Fireworks: July 4

Cleburne 4th of July Celebration: July 4

Denton 4th of July Jubilee and Yankee Doodle Parade: July 4

DeSoto Old Fashioned Fourth Fireworks Celebration: July 4

Farmers Branch Independence Day Celebration: July 3

Flower Mound Independence Fest: July 4

Frisco Freedom Fest: July 4

Grand Prairie Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks: July 4

Granbury’s Old-Fashioned 4th of July: July 3-6

Grapevine Lake July 4 Fireworks Extravaganza: July 4

Highland Park 4th of July Parade: July 4

Irving’s Independence Day Celebration: July 4

Lake Highlands Parade and Carnival: July 4

Lewisville Red, White and Lewisville Fireworks and Parade: July 4

Mansfield Rockin’ 4th of July: July 3

McKinney Red, White and Boom: July 4

Plano’s All American Fourth Fireworks: July 4

Richardson’s Family Fourth of July: July 4

Rockwall Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration: July 4

Rowlett Fireworks on Main Street: July 4

Spirit of Coppell Fireworks and Parade: July 3-4

Southlake Stars & Stripes Celebration: July 4

Waxahachie Crape Myrtle Festival & Parade: July 3-4

Have a safe and fun Fourth of July weekend!