By Informational Post June 26, 2022


πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈPrelude to the 4th  Lawrenceville  5 PM- 10 PM

A Lawrenceville tradition!
The City of Lawrenceville will host a special Prelude to the Fourth Fireworks Spectacular Honoring Independence Day on Friday, July 1st at the Lawrenceville Lawn. An evening of fun for the whole family starts at 5 pm. The spectacular expanded fireworks display begins at DUSK!! Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome. Enjoy food from vendors located at the Lawrenceville Lawn. Follow the city’s social media for more information.

**Prelude to the 4th will be a rain or shine event!**
FREE admission.
Click HERE for more information.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈKick Off to the Fourth- Duluth 6pm-10pm

 As Duluth continues to grow and change, so do our event offerings. With that in mind, Duluth Celebrates America has been cancelled. In its place, we will be hosting a Kickoff to the 4th on Friday, July 1. This event will include a performance by A-Town A-List, a patriotic stage show (similar to that of Howl on the Green), inflatables and more! Themed photo ops, patriotic decor and our beloved veteran flags will remain on display through the holiday. 

There will be food trucks.

There will not be any fireworks

Click HERE for more information.

More event details will be posted at  Fridays-N-Duluth


πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈStone Mountain Fantastic Fourth Celebration  -Stone Mountain 9:30- 11PM 

Fantastic Fourth Celebration was voted the “Best Place to see Fireworks in Atlanta” by Atlanta Journal -Constitution readers, a “Must-See Fireworks Show” by USA Today and one of Reader’s Digest’s picks for “America’s Most Spectacular Fourth of July Fireworks.” The extended Fireworks Celebration will take place immediately following the Lasershow Spectacular. 

The Lasershow Spectacular is a not-to-be-missed Atlanta tradition that promises to wow your family! Three flame cannons send a trio of flames nearly one-hundred feet into the air. A special patriotic fireworks finale will immediately follow the Lasershow every night July 2-4! Guests can see the exact same show each night of our Fantastic Fourth Celebration.

Reserved Seating- Click HERE for details and tickets.
Reserved seating for the Lasershow Spectacular and fireworks is available on several Terraces along Memorial Lawn.

  • General Admission Lasershow Tickets are $5, $10 on holidays.
  • Snack Terrace seating includes a reserved seat, unlimited popcorn, and an ice-cold bottled soft drink.
  • Premium Terrace seating includes the same as above, plus ice cream and a glow item. Terrace seating gives you the best seat in the house, plus makes it easy if you don’t want to lug chairs or a blanket onto the lawn.
  • For a complete evening, book the Lasershow Dinner Terrace. It includes a comfortable terrace seat, as well as a buffet dinner, popcorn, a drink and a glow item.

If you’d like to take part in any of the attractions at Stone Mountain before the Lasershow, you’ll need a ticket. Save on admission after 4 p.m. with a Sunset All-Attractions Pass which includes access to Park attractions from 4 p.m. until close as well as a snack terrace seat for the Lasershow.


πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈIndependence Day Celebration at New Town Park-  Johns Creek  6- 10 PM

Celebrate our country's independence at Newtown Park with live music by The Platinum Band, activities, food, and an exceptional fireworks display!

Music by: The Platinum Band

About the band: From light jazz to popular music to the dance floor - they do it all!!

Food Trucks: Tex's Tacos, A Little Nauti, Bento Bus, The Patty Wagon, Gotta Have It, Lee's Street Tacos, and Windell's Seafood; Dessert includes King of Pops, Frozen Sweets, Repicci's Italian Ice, and Kona Ice.

Beer, wine, and sangria will be for sale.

Top off the night with a fireworks extravaganza!  Fireworks will begin after sunset.

Click HERE for more information.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈNorcross Red, White & BOOM! Norcross  5-10PM

The City of Norcross is throwing a pre-Fourth of July block party and you’re invited! Make your way to the heart of downtown historic Norcross on July 3 for food, fun and fireworks during the 2022 edition of Red White and BOOM! The good times start with a bang at 5 p.m. with bounce houses (nominal fee), festive face painting and an assortment of food vendors. For those looking to continue the fun and celebration, head over to one of Norcross’ local hotspots for live music and libations. 

  • Band: The Party Crashers, Lillian Webb Park Stage
  • DJ: DJ Suspense, The Crossing Parking Lot (South Peachtree Street)
  • Kids Zone: Thrasher Park
  • Fireworks: View anywhere downtown, though we recommend Lillian Webb Park! Fireworks kick off around 9:40 p.m., after sunset when it gets dark enough for prime viewing. Note, there is no access to the Fallout Zone (see map at bottom of this page) during the show or the 15 minutes before/after.
  • Arts & Crafts Vendors: Jones Street and College Street
  • Food Vendors: South Peachtree Street & a small section of Jones Street

Click HERE for more information. 

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈSparks in the Park    Sugar Hill   6:39 -11:30 PM

The City of Sugar Hill invites you and your family to share a fun-filled night with us ay E.E. Robinson Park, 1196 Level Creek Rd. Celebrate and enjoy a FREE night of live music.. Food trucks will be on site as well as alcohol for purchase followed by the best FIREWORKS display in Gwinnett County!  Fireworks start after dark. 

Wear red, white, and blue. Pack a picnic basket, then head over to the park to hang out with family and friends. We’re so excited to have Sibling Rivalry: Tristan and Tyler Reese Tritt perform live on stage at Sparks in the Park!

Guests are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets as well as their own food and drink. 

Food trucks will be at the entrance of Sugar Hill Elementary School.

No pets or personal fireworks, including sparklers will be allowed. Coolers are allowed; no glass, please.

Click HERE for more information.


πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈSteam Engine Parade and 4th of July Celebration Cumming 10AM -12PM

The 65th Annual Steam Engine Parade is a July 4th tradition in the City of Cumming. Thousands of people line the streets to celebrate Independence Day. With a wide variety of floats you’ll see local businesses, sports teams, dance academies, antique cars, tractors, steam engines and much more! The parade route travels south on Tribble Gap Road, starting at Forsyth Central High School and ending at the Cumming Fairgrounds.

Click HERE for more information.


Celebrate Independence Day with family and friends! Cumming Fairgrounds will host a fun-filled evening from 4PM - 10PM, with a spectacular FIREWORKS  display to begin at 9:30PM. The celebration includes Music, Alcohol, Food and Vendors.

Click HERE for more information.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈAlpharetta Fireworks Wills Park -at dusk

Celebrate our great nation with your family under the stars watching a brilliant display of fireworks at dusk at Wills Park. Families are welcome to enjoy the fireworks together!

Charcoal grills are strictly prohibited. Small propane grills are allowed with permit and will be granted to the first 50 applicants. Email or call 678.297.6123.

Click HERE for more information.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈRoswell Fireworks Extravaganza!-  Roswell  5:30- 11 PM  

We can't wait to light up the skies over Roswell again on July 4! Join us at Roswell Area Park for live music, entertainment, and food trucks. Bring your chairs and blankets to spread out at one of several fireworks viewing areas throughout the park. Fireworks will start at sunset.

This is a great family event filled with live entertainment, food trucks, and FIREWORKS! Bring your picnic blankets, chairs, and the entire family. No dogs, please. Roswell High is a drug, alcohol, and tobacco free school).

Click HERE for more information.


πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ4th of July Concert & Fireworks Celebration - Chamblee 5-10PM

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈLook Up Atlanta Fireworks- Centennial Olympic Park 5:30-10:30PM $10 Admission

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈDunwoody 4th of July Parade- Dunwoody 9AM

Fireworks can be very loud and scary to young children as well as dogs. Many of us just aren't ready to get in large crowds again. 

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈA great alternative is to throw some blankets on the floor and watch Disney World Happily Ever After Fireworks Display on YouTube. Honestly, it is incredible. Better than most of the fireworks displays I had ever attended. No crowds, no packing up quickly to race home. Just the family together, watching fireworks in the living room.  Whether your planning to visit a fireworks display or not, I definitely suggest giving this one a try!

NOTE: We try to make the information in this newsletter and on the website as accurate as possible, but the event and venue information is subject to change without notice. Always call your destinations ahead of time to confirm dates, times, locations and admission fees.