Events and Things to do in and around Louisville for 4th of July -Independence Day

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Yay for Summer! There’s great family fun in Kentuckiana to celebrate our nation on July 4th! Get your calendars ready and plan your events using this awesome list of activities.

Here is a list of fun things to do with your family for the 4th of July around Louisville and Southern Indiana!


Saturday June 29th


Fireworks in the Town Center: Norton Commons
Bring out the family to see the fireworks from the Town Center lawn. The fireworks display and music will be held June 19th at dusk! Bring chairs, blankets, goodies and all!

Riverview Park Independence Festival – 5-11pm, fireworks at 10:30pm.  Riverview Park – details here

http://www.riverviewfestival.com

Sunday June 30th
Middletown United Methodist Church from 3-8pm – music, food, fun!

July 3rd & 4th


Louisville Bats Be sure to catch the special fireworks nights on July 3rd.

 photo 4thofJulyLouisville_zps329e051d.jpgIndependence Celebration: Jeffersonville-Music and celebration at RiverStage. Admission is free. Food and beverages are available for purchase.

4th of July Fireworks Cruise
Usually, the Belle of Louisville and the Spirit of Jefferson celebration the 4th with a fun fireworks viewing cruise

Waterfront Independence Festival: Live music, free kids activities, vendors and of course…fireworks!

4th of July Celebration at the Oldham County Aquatics Center (Wendell Moore Park) – Pool family fun starts at 2pm and fireworks at 10pm.  Admission fees apply.

New Albany Independence Day: Bands playing all afternoon on the Riverfront Amphitheater and fireworks at dark – also celebrating the New Albany Bicentennial.

Independence Day July 4th– Locust Grove  FREE TO THE PUBLIC all day, 10am-4:30 pm. Bring a picnic!

Celebrating Freedom Parade in Jeffersonville The annual Celebrating Freedom Parade takes place on July 4th at 11am. It runs along Spring Street between Riverside Drive and 7th Avenue, with post-parade fun in Warder Park. The event is free.

July 4th & July 5th


Crescent Hill Old-Fashioned Fourth of July in conjunction with the Crescent Hill Art & Music Festival which is July 4th & 5th. They have fireworks on TWO nights, music and a ton of great fun planned.

July 4th – July 7th – Enjoy a fantastic family discount on gold from Louisville Metro Parks. “For only $20, a family of up to four members can play nine holes at any Metro Parks course. The $20 includes greens and cart fees, and families can take advantage of the deal after 4:30 p.m. each day. Families are encouraged to call in advance to book a tee time at the golf course of their choice!”

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