Fourth of July is all about celebrating our country’s independence with family, food and fireworks! Regardless of your age, experiencing bright fireworks in the dark night sky is truly magical. Here are some ways to have a red, white and blue extravaganza in Dallas.
If you’re looking for patriotic fun, July Jubilee is where you need to be. July Jubilee is a full day of fun at Little Elm Park in Little Elm, TX capped off by an amazing fireworks display over Lake Lewisville. You can get in the water, play on the Lakefront’s pristine sandy beach or cookout on park-provided grills.
Old Fashioned 4th
For those looking for something to do early in the day, celebrate our nation with your family at Dallas Heritage Village. Explore the Victorian village and walk along to see all the costumed characters. There is a parade where all can join in, crafts for children, and Victorian Era games available. Kids 12 and under are free, and all others pay only a $5 admission.
Five on the 4th
Run, jog, or walk! Register for Five on the 4th to benefit YMCA Dallas. The first race starts bright and early at 8 am at Klyde Warren Park, and there is a variety of distance options available. Music, food, and activities for kids follow after all of the races!
Fair Park Fourth
Celebrate the 4th of July at Fair Park Fourth with a day full of family fun and fireworks. The event is free and open to the public, features patriotic performances, musical entertainment, concession stands, and a wowza firework show starting at 9:37pm.
Fair Park Fourth on the Midway
The State Fair Midway is open all day to the public to enjoy live music, rides, games and all of your favorite fair foods! All proceeds at Midway will benefit the Big Tex Scholarship Program. Have a great Fourth while giving back!