Here’s a list of July 4th fireworks options from around the Tampa Bay area with some new additions:
The latest additions to our list are:
Temple Terrace will hold their fireworks show on Saturday, July 3 as part of it’s 46th Annual Independence Celebration. The event begins with a parade at 10 a.m., and at 6 p.m. moves to the 1st fairway of the Temple Terrace Golf & Country Club. There will be food trucks, entertainment for kids, and a concert, and at 9:15 p.m. the fireworks display.
Walt Disney World
The Disney Parks Blog announced the return of the nightly “Happily Ever After” fireworks show at Magic Kingdom beginning July 1. They can be viewed from outside the park as well as inside. Epcot will also resume nightly fireworks shows beginning July 1 wi their “Epcot Forever” show over the World Showcase Lagoon.
Other July 4th fireworks shows we’ve already announced:
Clearwater Celebrates America
For our listeners, Q105 is teaming up with the City of Clearwater for the big fireworks show at BayCare Ballpark. The home of the Phillies spring training and Clearwater Threshers will be the home to the largest fireworks show in Clearwater on Sunday, July 4. Enjoy live entertainment from The Black Honkeys. There will also be fun activities and giveaways for kids of all ages. All-American culinary concessions, such as hamburgers, hot dogs and popcorn, will be available on-site for purchase, as well as adult beverages. Tickets are $5 per person, or you can win your way in from Q105.
City of Tampa Boom By The Bay
Celebration features family-friendly activities, entertainment and 6 fireworks displays along Tampa’s downtown waterfront. This year, the city is adding the Friends of the Riverwalk July 4th Boat Parade and Blessing of the Fleet along the Tampa Riverwalk from 5-7pm.
Safety Harbor 4th of July Celebration
Safety Harbor Waterfront Park will host children’s activities, entertainment, food and fun. Enjoy fireworks from the Marina or Waterfront Park at 9pm.
Fireworks Across the Bay Celebration in St. Pete
Details are still being released, but the St. Pete fireworks show will be by the St. Pete Pier.
Largo’s 4th of July Celebration
Largo Central Park is the place. Bring chairs and blankets to relax and enjoy the fireworks show. Fireworks begin at dusk. Free admission, $10 limited on-site parking. No alcohol, pets, or fireworks permitted (including sparklers).
Fireworks show on the beach at 9 p.m. Off-site parking at Treasure Island Park, $20 per vehicle.
Manatee County fireworks can be watched as they’re launched over the Manatee River, and can be viewed over the Green Bridge. Show begins at dusk.
Palmetto Fourth Of July Festival at Sutton Park
Palmetto’s free festival returns with live music from Wynonna Judd and her group The Big Noise.
Fireworks will be shot from the South Jetty after 9 p.m. and can be best viewed on beaches from Caspersen to Nokomis.
Sarasota Bayfront Fireworks are part of the festivities that include a downtown parade, featuring a national anthem performance by “American Idol” contestant Alana Sherman of Lakewood Ranch.
Here’s a look at some upcoming Q105 concerts here in the Tampa Bay area along with a few we think are worth a road trip!