4th of July Independence Day Celebrations and Fireworks around Louisville
4th of July events and fireworks around Louisville
4th of July family fun! Celebrate Independence Day around Louisville with sports, concerts, festivals, fireworks and MORE. Family fun is abundant for the fourth of July.
Bullitt Blast & Shepherdsville City Fair
Live music, food, events, rides and fireworks at the Shepherdsville City Park on June 28 5pm-midnight and June 29 4pm – midnight. Admission is free!
Riverview Independence Festival
An array of entertainment and food at Riverview Park in Louisville – festival opens at 5pm, Fireworks at ~10pm.
Fanfare for the 4th
Musical Visions of America with the Louisville Chorus on July 2 at 8:40pm. Free.
Riverfront Independence Day Celebration
6-11:30pm- This event will feature live music, games and inflatables for children, food and beverage vendors, and a beautiful fireworks display at dark. More information will be available soon.
Louisville Bats Baseball Game & Fireworks
Watch a Bats Baseball game on July 3 and enjoy the fireworks after the game. Game starts at 6:45pm gates open at 5:45. First 2,000 people get a free hat.
Crescent Hill Art & Music Festival
Celebrate Independence Day on the grounds of the Peterson-Dumesnil House on July 4 from 10am-10pm. There will be artists’ booths, live music, a children’s zone, food court, cake booth, pet contest, silent auction, fireworks and so much more!
Celebrate 4th of July at My Old Kentucky Home
6:30 p.m. – 11 p.m. America’s Independence and Stephen Foster’s Birthday at The Amphitheater in Bardstown! Free festivities, including bounce house, face painting, old-fashioned games, and more.
4th of July with Oldham County Parks and Recreation
2:00pm-10:30pm – The John W. Black Aquatic Center – Little Miss Patriotic swimwear contest, cannonball contest, bucket relays, greased watermelon drive, and more. Fireworks at 10:00pm.
Locust Grove Independence Day
FREE to the public all day! Join the Clark and Croghan families as they celebrate Independence Day 1816. See reenactments, hear readings of the Declaration of Independence throughout the day and other activities. Food and drinks for sale or bring a picnic. 10:00am-4:30pm.
Jeffersonville 4th of July Parade & Celebration
Watch the parade beginning at 11am down Spring Street on July 4 and then continue the celebrations at Warder Park.
Louisville Waterfront Fourth Festival
Starts up at 5pm on July 4 and featured fireworks, concerts, kid’s activities (5-9pm) and more. Check out their website for the full lineup of fun.
Belle of Louisville/Mary M. Miller Fireworks Cruises
Cruise the Ohio River while watching the fireworks. Reservations are recommended. Cruises on July 4, 8:30pm-10:30pm. $25 per person.
Simpsonville’s The Boom!
Celebrate on July 4 at the Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass. Vendor booths all around the mall 10am-9pm. Fireworks beginning at dusk.
ALL-YOU-CAN-PLAY, ALL ACTIVITIES – Dave & Busters- Get all-you-can-play bowling, billiards, laser tag, gravity ropes and more*! Purchase before noon for just $14.95 per guest, play until 5PM or purchase after noon for just $19.95 per guest, play till close.
French Lick Fourth Festival – French Lick Resort is the hub for patriotic fun before, during and after the Fourth of July holiday. From July 4 through July 6, enjoy everything from poolside cookouts to live music and patriotic performances. Pull up a chair for the big show July 4 with our annual fireworks display beginning at dusk. Friday, July 5th The Kentucky Headhunters will be performing at the new Exhibition Hall ($15 general admission). Food trucks, cookouts and so much more family fun all weekend long at the French Lick Fourth Festival!
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