With all of the ways to celebrate the Fourth of July in Denver this year, you are sure to have a blast! Don’t miss out on any of the fun with our Fourth of July event guide.
Delight in an annual Four Mile tradition brimming with old-time games and historic demonstrations as well as the new-found joys of food trucks, a beer garden, and a viewing of the Glendale fireworks show after dark.
Admission is free, donations suggested. Refreshment and activity charges apply. Sorry, no pets. Bring a blanket and arrive early, as space is limited!
Each ticket gets you into the pre-match activities, post-match fireworks show and concert! Activities will include: live music, Soccerfest inflatables, human foosball, a ropes course, quad bungee trampoline, laser tag arena, mechanical bull, obstacle course, bounce houses, Eighteen 76 bar, live karaoke, DJ performances, and C38 tailgate. Celebrate your 4th of July with the largest public fireworks show in the state of Colorado.
All-aboard Denver Union Station’s fourth annual Stars & Stripes Express Fest! Celebrate America with a FREE concert on Terminal Bar’s extended patio on July 3rd from 1pm to 10pm. We’ll be partying through the decades with tributes to your favorite hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and today! Avery Brewing Company will also be on-site with giveaways and special beer tappings of their award-winning brews.
Come celebrate Independence Day with food, beer & wine garden, exhibits, bouncy houses, a free concert featuring Wash Park Band, and of course fireworks!
Come join the ninth-annual free community celebration featuring a concert, light show, and fireworks finale! The concert will feature Chris Daniels and the Kings and the 101st Army Band of the Colorado National Guard. Beginning at 4 pm, a variety of food trucks will be available, along with two NEW beer & wine gardens! Lawn seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis; arriving early is greatly encouraged, as are blankets or low-rise concert/beach chairs. Attendees are welcome to bring their own picnics; a variety of food trucks will also be available on-site. The event will take place rain or shine.
Bring your decorated bicycles, tricycles, wagons or scooters for the parade, which will begin at 10:30am at the Fountain Pavilion in Central Park. Participants should line up along the promenade at the fountain and head east toward the lake, looping around back to the fountain area. There will be parade leaders at the start of the parade to guide participants through the course.
Once again Elitches will light up the Downtown Denver skyline with their fireworks extravaganza! Shows start at park closing time.
Last year, over 1,800 attendees came to celebrate! This year’s festival is expected to be even bigger, as they honor military personnel and provide outstanding entertainment to attendees of all ages from Evergreen and other communities, such as Golden, Lakewood, and Denver.
City of Golden and Golden Lions Club will be hosting the 4th of July community celebration in Lions Park in Golden. Activities include free rides for the kids, face painting, and live music throughout the day. Union Gray plays from noon to 3 p.m., followed by Kerry Pastine and the Crime Scene from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Something Underground takes the stage at 6:30 p.m. Fireworks at 9:30 p.m. 1300 10th St.
Welcome to the ninth annual Park Hill 4th of July Parade! This community-friendly event will again be marching along 23rd Avenue on Independence Day. Stretching from Dexter St. to Krameria St., this year’s parade will include more than 50 groups, including floats, marching bands, costumed characters, classic cars, and more!
There will be plenty of family fun at the 23rd Annual Family Festival and Fireworks. Activities include miniature golf, batting cages, bouncey castle, miniature train ride, a children’s farm, and much more!
Don’t miss the best fireworks display in the north metro area! Get there early—activities, food vendors, beer garden, and performances start at 4 p.m. Concert begins at 7 p.m. and the fireworks go off at 9:15 p.m. There will be a free shuttle bus from many locations in Westminster! Please note: grills, glass containers, personal fireworks and outside alcohol are not allowed at the event. Sponsored by NMAA/SCFD, Westminster Public Schools and Oskar Blues Brewery.
This year’s celebration will feature free activities for children as well as a variety of food vendors.
DJ Tidalwave will kick off the musical entertainment at 5 p.m. consisting of interactive activities, group dancing and more. Soul School, a high energy dance band, will begin at 7 p.m. Soul School’s performance will feature a vast repertoire of music which includes Golden Oldies, Beach, Motown, County, Jazz, Rock, Funk, Rhythm and Blues, and Contemporary. The group will satisfy all musical tastes, from tight harmonious vocals and smooth jazz to an all-out dance party.
Immediately after, there will be a patriotic presentation. The city will cap off the evening with a spectacular fireworks display – weather permitting – beginning at 9:45 p.m.
Celebrate Independence Day in Arvada mingling with neighbors, friends, and thousands of people enjoying the day with free activities. This year, Arvada’s Independence Day Celebration returns to its roots, focusing on the core of the holiday–fireworks!
Beer gardens and food, a performance by the Thornton Community Band, skydiving jump and fireworks.
The celebration starts with pony rides and inflatables. Enjoy a free concert with the “17th Avenue Allstars” and “That Eighties Band”. Bring your picnic dinner or enjoy a dinner from our vendors at the park. Charcoal grills are not permitted. After the concert, at dusk, the fireworks display begins, approximately 9:30 pm.
The city of Aurora invites you to experience the 4th of July Spectacular and celebrate Independence Day with a firework show that lights up the area skyline. The Aurora Municipal Center Great Lawn will feature live music, delicious food, and a firework display revered as one of the best in Colorado.
Celebrate the stars and stripes of the good ol’ U.S. of A with your Colorado Symphony this Independence Day! It’s the return of the Family Friendly Fourth of July with even more surprises and star-studded talent. This family-friendly program features your favorite contemporary scores and the best fireworks the Front Range has to offer! Celebrate America with the Armed Forces Salute, Stars and Stripes Forever, the Overture of 1812, God Bless America and a slew of your favorite hits from stage and screen.
The Outlaws vs. the Boston Cannons at 7 p.m. One of the coolest close-proximity extravaganzas you’ll ever see. Fireworks within the bowl at Mile High Stadium feature pyrotechnics paired with a show on the 220-foot wide Thundervision screen.
Ralphie’s Independence Day Blast is highlighted as one of The Country’s Best July 4th Celebrations on the Travel + Leisure website, so don’t miss out!