Top 4th of July Fireworks Shows & Festivities

Have a blast at these spectacular patriotic events.

June 30th & July 1st
Home Land Concert

7pm at Auburn Library Amphitheater
A patriotic concert performed by the Placer Pops Chorale in partnership with Auburn Grace Community Church.
www.PlacerPops.com

Celebrate America
4pm at Twin Oaks Park
Both days include a kid’s zone with inflatables, food vendors, pre-show musical performances, a military tribute and more before the main show and fireworks, which begin around 8 pm.
www.FolsomProRodeo.com

July 3rd
9th Annual Fireworks & Freedom Concert

6pm at El Dorado Hills Town Center
Join the community for 4th of July fun that includes a kid’s zone, food vendors, live music and a fireworks show.
http://EDHTtownCenter.com

Independence Eve & Fireworks with Sacramento River Cats
7:05pm at Raley Field
Celebrate Independence Day Eve with a baseball game and post-game fireworks.
www.RiverCats.com

July 4th
4th of July at Cal Expo

4:30pm at Cal Expo, Miller Lite Racetrack Grandstand
Bring a picnic, listen to live music and enjoy a fabulous fireworks show. Gates open at 4:30 pm; fireworks start at 9:30pm.
http://CalExpo.com

Carmichael’s 4th of July
Throughout the day in Carmichael
Enjoy a pancake breakfast at Carmichael Park, the 60th Annual Elk’s Club Parade and a fireworks show at La Sierra Community Center. Check the website for details on the times and locations of each event.
http://CarmichaelPark.com

Independence Day Game and Fireworks
6:05pm at Historic McBean Stadium
Join the Lincoln’s Potter’s baseball team for a game against the Chico Heat and a post-game fireworks. http://LincolnPotters.com

City of Roseville’s Independence Day Parade
9am at Riverside/Vernon/Douglas
This fun, old-fashioned parade includes floats, live music, horses and more.
www.Roseville.Ca.Us

Royer Park Activities
10am at Royer Park
Hosted by the City of Roseville, this event features food vendors, music by the Capitol Pops Concert Band and more.
www.Roseville.Ca.Us

17th Annual Arden Arcade 4th of July Parade
9:30am at Fulton Ave.
Head to this annual parade route, which is about 1.4 miles long, then stay for post-parade activities and food at the park.
www.FECRPD.com

Annual 4th of July Family Blast
4pm at El Dorado County Fair
Gates open at 4pm with carnival rides, a hay maze, games, food, live entertainment and more. Fireworks start when it’s dark.
http://ElDoradoCountyFair.org

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