4th of July celebrations are back and it is so exciting to see all the different options available for families and friends to participate in. Here’s a local list of firework shows and family activities. Have an amazing holiday weekend!
Friday, July 2nd
Kidpendence Day at the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center
Take the kids to meet Captain America from 10am – 3pm, then enjoy various Independence Day themed children’s activities.
Saturday, July 3rd
Pearland Independence Day 5K Fun Run and Veterans Walk
Bring the whole family out for this 4th annual 5K family friendly fun run. Feel free to run, jog or walk, this is not a timed event and all are welcome to this public gathering. Meet at the Pearland Town Center at 6:45am. Strollers and pets are welcomed.
Missouri City Independence Day Festival
Attendees can enjoy a variety of free entertainment, live music, & tasty treats from local vendors at this year’s event site located behind HCC Southwest College Campus. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy the live entertainment and HEB fireworks show.
Sunday, July 4th
Join the city of Pearland in celebrating Independence day with live music, entertainment, food trucks and a spectacular fireworks show.
126th Annual Past, Present and Future Fireworks Show
Join the city of Friendswood at Centennial Park for food, entertainment and a fireworks show!
Red, White and Boom July 4th Celebration
The Crown Festival Park in Sugar Land will be hosting a day full of patriotic family fun and activities. Entertainment, food, vendors and a fireworks show is all part of the line up. The fireworks show will also be live streamed on the Sugar Land Parks Facebook Page.
4th of July Fest in New Territory
This Independence day party kicks off at the Sports Complex with inflatables games/bounce houses, food trucks, and a live band, followed by a 20 minute fireworks show at 9pm.
Houston’s signature full day patriotic celebration is on hold again. However, concerts and fireworks can be viewed via Live Stream on ABC13. Fireworks can also be viewed in person at neighborhood parks and open spaces. Eleanor Tinsley Park will be open but you must park downtown and walk (Allen Parkway and Memorial Drive will be closed).
If you’re looking for a trendy and unique way to celebrate, you can celebrate rooftop at Le Meridien Houston Downtown. Make it a date night, or moms night out and watch the Eleanor Tinsley Park Fireworks among the downtown skyline with summer cocktails and lite bites. Tickets Required.
Monday, July 5th
123rd Annual Past, Present & Future Grand Parade
This annual Independence Parade will commence at 10am on Friendswood Dr. between Heritage Dr. and Stevenson Park. The parade will be followed by vendors, game, food and entertainment.