4th of July Independence Day Celebrations and Fireworks in Louisville

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4th of July events and fireworks around Louisville

4th of July 

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.

 
 
 
4th of July in Louisville – Events and fireworks for 2021
 
July 2
The City of Jeffersontown’s Summerfest – Join them for 4th of July in Louisville a night of music, food, fun and a fireworks show to end the night. 5pm-10pm, Veteran’s Memorial Park @ 10707 Taylorsville Rd. Featuring live performances and food trucks. Face painting, inflatables, snow cones, carnival games and more in the Kids Zone. Fireworks show to begin at dusk.
 
Bullitt Blast – Events happing all weekend. Check their website for times and activities. 

 
July 3
 
Thunder Over Radcliff This is Radcliff’s annual 4th of July celebration. Parking will be on the Lincoln Trail. Bring your lawn chairs and chill out around your vehicle to watch the show. Food will be on-site to enjoy while waiting for the show. Just remember, when you park you will not be permitted to leave until the end of the show. The firework show will start near 10pm.
 
Briar Ridge General Store will be celebrating the 4th of July with all of our Friends and Family. They will be hosting Pig Roast and Fish Fry, Corn Hole Tournament
Petting Zoo, Live Music from Whiskey Valley Boys.
 

Wheel Fun Rentals is open at Waterfront Park – go for a ride on 4th of July in Louisville. 

 

 

4th of July Firework Extravaganza brought to you by Arvin Sango – At 10:00 p.m. on July 3rd the city will host the annual firework show on the Ohio River. This event is a part of our greater Regatta festival happening July 2nd – July 4th. Celebrating Independence Day weekend in Madison never disappoints, and our fireworks display is always a show-stopper, so come enjoy the festivities.

Independence Day Parade and Celebration of Freedom in Downtown Jeffersonville – 10am, 100-500 blocks of of Spring St. 

Fanfare for the 4th – 1-4pm 4th of July in Louisville family fun, Sawyer Hayes Community Center grounds Shelter 3-Entrance at 2201 Lakeland Rd., 40241. Admission is free. Bring a camp chair and enjoy the music.


July 4

Waterfront 4th of July Celebration – Celebrate the Fourth with music, fireworks and family fun. The big event for 4th of July in Louisville. FREE concerts with performances. The Catfish Louie Kids’ Area (5-7pm) will feature pony rides; a petting farm; putt putt sponsored by the Louisville Downtown Partnership; and science, music, art, and other activities. Fireworks at 10pm. Other activities listed below. Kentucky Science Center – Do Science!
Jug Band Jubilee, Louisville Folk School, and WUOL’s Summer Listening Program – make your own instruments and conduct a band!
DrumSmart LLC – Discover the Drummer in You! DrumSmart LLC will engage community members of all ages and abilities in a drum circle that will make you feel refreshed, creative, and full of energy. Let your inner drummer out and learn more about the positive benefits of drumming.
Louisville Visual Art
Waterfront Botanical Garden
Louisville Metro Police Department and Louisville Fire Department – helicopter and safety equipment display, child ID station
Waterfront Park playground
4th of July in Louisville

Paristown will rock the traditional American holiday with an epic performance by The Crashers who will be joined for the first time ever by the Louisville Divas, a secret, but soon-to-be revealed lineup of some of Louisville’s finest female vocalists. The concert will be followed by Paristown’s own Zambelli fireworks show at 9:45 pm. Tickets are now available for advance purchase by following the link above. Open to all ages, a Daily Pass is $10 and a Weekend Pass is $25. Both options offer FREE
admission for kids 10 and under with a ticket-holding adult. Limit is two children per ticketed adult. No outside food or alcohol is permitted.

 

4th of July in Louisville

July 4 – Locust Grove Independence Day FREE to the public all day 11am-4:30pm! Join in the fun of a19th-century style 4th of July at Historic Locust Grove. Festivities of the day will include two showings of the new Unfolding the Story Tour, walk-throughs of the historic house, a reading of the Declaration of Independence, a reading of “What to the Slave is the 4th of July” by Frederick Douglass, and more. The Sweet ‘N Savory Food Truck will be on-site for food and drink, or bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the grounds. Advanced ticket registration strongly encouraged for the Unfolding the Story as capacity on this tour is LIMITED. Reserv your tickets HERE. Please Note—Due to the current construction taking place on-site, parking at Locust Grove will be extremely limited! Additional parking will be available at Dunn Elementary at 2010 Rudy Lane with a free shuttle service provided to Locust Grove. The shuttle will begin at 11:00 am and end at 5:00 pm. 


 
Riverview Independence Festival – No info for 2021
 
Crescent Hill 4th of July Festival – Canceled

Louisville Waterfront Fourth Festival – No info for 2021

French Lick Fourth Festival – No info for 2021

Riverfront Independence Day Celebration – No info for 2021

Simpsonville’s The Boom! No info for 2021

 


 

Always check out summer fun page for ideas!

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