SCOTTSDALE, PHOENIX, CAVE CREEK, TEMPE, MESA, CHANDLER, SURPRISE, FORT MCDOWELL, LITCHFIELD PARK, PEORIA - 4th of JULY CELEBRATIONS GUIDE
July 4 Fourth at the Fountain (FOUNTAIN HILLS) Hot dog eating contest, bounce house, fun slide, rock climbing wall & dunk tank, Beer , food drink and merchandise. Arizona Skyhawks Parachute Team - spectacular nighttime parachute drop, demonstration at 8:30pm and AZ Blues Project Event presented by Elkie Kniffin Promotions,LLC. Fountain Park, 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Admission $5pp (children 12 and under free), 480-837-1654.
July 4 Independence Day Celebration (LITCHFIELD PARK) Join us at the Litchfield Park Recreation Center for the annual "Splash Bash" from 10 – 5pm. Enjoy water games, a DJ, hot dogs, shaved ice, watermelon, and more! Admission $2 per person, 623-935-9040.
July 4 Fabulous Phoenix Fourth (PHOENIX) This premier family event will feature three stages of live local entertainment, free inflatable rides, Kids Zone, a "Hurricane Beach" area where you can cool off, and a spectacular Patriotic Program complete with an F-16 flyover! Plus enjoy over 50 vendor booths including great festival foods and beverages. Steele Indian School Park, 6 pm - 10 pm, 602-262-6862.
July 4 Tempe Town Lake Festival (TEMPE) Kiwanis Club of Tempe 60th Annual Fireworks Spectacular will present the best fireworks show in the Valley shot from Mill Avenue bridge. Enjoy concert event stage, live music, inflatable Kid's Ride village, vendors, water fun and games for the entire family. Tempe Beach Park, Tickets $8 at gate or $15 for two, children 12 and under free, VIP BBQ tickets $30-$60, 4 – 11 pm, 480-350-5189.
July 4 4th of July All American Festival (PEORIA) Enjoy great entertainment on multiple stages, Kid Zone, Water Zone, F-16 flyover, hot dog eating contest, plus plenty of family friendly activities. The spectacular fireworks display starts at 9:15 pm. No alcohol or glass containers allowed into the event. Beer and concessions will be available for purchase. Peoria Sports Complex, 5 – 10 pm, Admission is $5 (children 12 and under are free), free parking, 623-773-8700.
July 4 Star Spangled 4th (GOODYEAR) Fun Activities for Kids plus live Music from the Hamptons Band! Enjoy a spectacular Fireworks Display. Goodyear Ballpark, 6 – 10pm, free, 623-882-3120.
July 4 4th of July Fireworks (CASA GRANDE) Come and enjoy music, games, food, bouncers, relay races and much more! Bring your blanket and/or lawn chair to enjoy the evening’s activities. Paul Mason Sportsplex, 7 pm, fireworks at 9 pm, 520-421-8677.
July 4 30th Annual 4th of July Celebration (SURPRISE) Come join us for America's favorite pastime, Baseball! Fireworks will follow the Rookie League Baseball Game at approximately 8:30 pm. Surprise Stadium, gates open at 4:30 pm, game starts at 5:30 pm, 623-222-2000.
July 4 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular (CHANDLER) Many activities surround the event, including live music, a free kids carnival, a bike parade and food and beverage vendors. Fireworks show is at 9:30 pm. Tumbleweed Park, 4 pm – 10:30 pm, free admission, 480-782-2735.
SEDONA, PRESCOTT, PAYSON, COTTONWOOD - 4th of JULY CELEBRATIONS GUIDE
TUCSON, TUBAC, SIERRA VISTA, BENSON, TOMBSTONE - 4th of JULY CELEBRATIONS GUIDE
July 4 July 4th Celebration (TOMBSTONE) Tombstone hosts a family-style July 4th celebration with a softball tournament, food booths, street entertainments, and fireworks at Medigovich Field, Allen Street. The fun starts at 8:30 am, free, 520-457-3994.
July 4 July 4th Celebration (BENSON) Benson will celebrate the 4th of July starting with our parade at 9 am. The festivities will move to Lions Park following the parade for our annual "Water Fight". After the Water Fight, there will be entertainment all day long. The spectacular Fireworks show will start at about 8:30 pm. Come join us for this day of family fun! 520-586-4293.
July 4 July 4th Celebration (SIERRA VISTA) Sierra Vista celebrates July 4th with fun events all day, starting with a Pet Promenade at 7:30 am. Enjoy live concerts, food, vendors and evening fireworks display at 8:05 pm. Veteran's Memorial Park, free, 520-417-6960.
July 4 Old-fashioned July 4th (TUBAC) Come and enjoy all the festivities including a spectacular desert sky fireworks display at 8:45pm. The event starts at 4pm and includes family activities, food vendors, kid’s face painting, entertainment and fireworks. Admission is free, parking is $7 per car, 520-398-2704.
July 4th 4th of July BBQ at Tanque Verde Ranch (TUCSON) This 4th of July, enjoy a traditional Western BBQ featuring a delicious pig roast and buffet at Tanque Verde Ranch in Tucson. Families and guests of all ages will enjoy the holiday in cowboy style with fun country games and activities, live music with Bill Ganz Western Band, and more. Right now guests can book deluxe lodging including breakfast daily starting at $169/night for 2 people (children 10 and under stay and eat free with a 2-night stay). Those visiting for the day can join the all the BBQ fun for just $50 per person. For package reservation call 800-234-3833. All rates are per person based on double occupancy plus Arizona state tax.
WILLIAMS, FLAGSTAFF, GRAND CANYON - 4th of JULY CELEBRATIONS GUIDEJune 27 - July 7 4th of July Celebration (KAYENTA) Rodeo, parade, 2 firework shows, sport tournaments, kids day, elders day, pow wow, song n dance, Earl Thomas Conley concert and other activities. Visit www.kayentarodeo.com for a listing of events.
July 4 4th of July Grand Canyon Celebration (GRAND CANYON/TUSAYAN) Theme is Happy Birthday Arizona, celebrate with a parade at 3 pm, food, beer garden sponsored by Grand Canyon Brewing Company, live band “Whiskey Rodeo”, fun for all, free, 3-8:30 pm, 928-638-2901.
July 4 Home Town 4th of July and Parade (WILLIAMS) One of the longest parades in Northern Arizona starting at 4pm through downtown, local Rotary BBQ, Kiwanis Korn Roast and long running ice cream social at the Methodist Church, Cataract Creek Rambler steam engine runs all weekend long at the Grand Canyon Railway and many more family activities, 800-863-0546.
July 4 16th Annual 4th of July Parade (FLAGSTAFF) Drawing more than 10,000 people, this annual tradition has more than 100 entries. Designated an “Arizona Treasure” by former Governor Janet Napolitano. Historic Downtown Flagstaff, 9 am, 928-774-4505.