Where to see fireworks this Fourth of July weekend in Tarrant County

The Fourth of July celebrations are kicking off early with festivities starting on Friday. Plus, pick what firework display you want to see on Tuesday, July 4.


Celebrate the holiday with a bang at these local Fourth of July celebrations.

Photo by The Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Fire up the grill and pop open a cold drink — the Fourth of July is just days away.

If you want to get out to celebrate the occasion, we’ve rounded up a few local parties so you can join in on some good ol’ fashioned American fun.

*Note: Personal firework usage is only allowed in unincorporated parts of Tarrant County.

Red, White, & Boots, Stockyards | Friday, June 30-Tuesday, July 4
Head to the heart of Cowtown for five days of Fourth of July celebrations including live music, professional bullfighters, cattle drives, Old West gunfight shows, face painting, beer garden, and free American flags.

2023 Independence Day Celebration, Saginaw High School | Saturday, July 1
Bring your own blanket + lawn chairs and kick back to watch the fireworks show that starts at 9:15 p.m. Note: Alcohol, glass bottles, pets, sparklers, and tents are not allowed.

Keller Lights, Keller Town Hall | Saturday, July 1
The family-friendly event will kick off with a performance from the Keller Area Youth Jazz Orchestra at 4 p.m. followed by music from Bailey Swayden, a hot dog eating contest, and fireworks at 9:45 p.m.

Photo of fireworks

So bright you’ll need sunglasses at night. | Photo by @fortworthsfourth

Northeast Tarrant Family Family 4th Fireworks Show, BISD Plaza | Monday, July 3
The Northeast Tarrant County Chamber will host the free event beginning at 5 p.m. with bounce houses, food trucks, and a concert by Texas All-Star Jazz Orchestra. The fireworks display will start at 9:30 p.m. and can be seen from the parking lots of the Wiley G. Thomas Coliseum in Haltom City and BISD Plaza in North Richland Hills.

Fort Worth’s Fourth, Panther Island Pavilion | Tuesday, July 4
Gates open at 5 p.m. for the largest fireworks show in North Texas. The free event will have live music, kid-friendly activities, local food vendors, and inner tubes to float in the Trinity River. The fireworks will start around 9:30 p.m.

Red, White, and BTX, Chisenhall Fields, Burleson | Tuesday, July 4
It’s a day full of fun starting with the Lions Club Parade at 9 a.m. at the corner of SE Gregory and SW Johnson Avenues. Later that evening at 5 p.m., the gates will open and guests can enjoy food trucks, live music from Texas High Road, Andrew Dolan, and Jesse Jennings + fireworks to end the night at 9:20 p.m.

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