Tempe: The July 4th attractions include: live bands, food, and The Kiwanis Club of Tempe 58th Annual Fireworks Spectacular will present the best fireworks show in the Valley shot from Mill Avenue bridge. The spectacular family night Fireworks Show will be choreographed to patriotic and classical music. Gates open 4pm. Tickets are $6 – (available at any Fry’s), $8 day of the event.
Chandler: July 4th, “A Star Spangled Shoot Out!” – 5:30pm – 10pm Celebrate your independence this July 4th western style with us right here at Rawhide! If it’s a party yer lookin’ for, we’ve got you covered with cowboys, gunfights, food, fun, family and fireworks! Admission and parking is Free. Live music throughout town, Face Painting, Best
Dressed, Cowboy & Cowgirl Costume Contest Action Packed Performances, Aerial Fireworks Display
Phoenix: July 4th, 6 – 10:00 p.m. Rain or shine* (Fireworks begin at 9:20) Steele Indian School Park 3rd Street and Indian School Road Central Phoenix. The city of Phoenix is proud to bring you this fabulous event for the 24th straight year on Saturday, July 4 from 6 to 10:00 p.m. at Steele Indian School Park. Entertainment begins at 7 p.m. This premier family event will feature great local entertainment, a giant misting area, inflatable rides,
Kid’s World stage, Classic Car exhibit, and one of the biggest fireworks displays in the state! Festival goers also can enjoy food and beverage vendors. The Phoenix Fire Department will be cooling people down in the water spray zone.
(fireworks photo credit: Tempe July4th website/photos)