The Fourth of July falls on a Saturday this year, meaning you’ll find all sorts of modified celebrations around the state to help you enjoy the holiday weekend. Explore the list below for more information on 4th of July events.
Take part in this annual 4th of July celebration in Eastman Park during Sagebrush Days. Starting on July 3rd, enjoy a variety of vendors set up in the park. On the 4th, check out the parade in the morning, followed by an anvil firing at dusk and fireworks to close out the night.
This annual fireworks display will take place at Brother’s Park in Caldwell at dusk. Social distance is encouraged. If you’re looking for a fun way to spend the day, make a stop at Indian Creek Plaza for the 3rd Annual Plazapalooza. Enjoy water slides, dunk tanks and other water activities to keep the family cool.
Lake Cascade is the backdrop for a fireworks show on the fourth at the Cascade Golf Course. Visit the Cascade Chamber of Commerce for more information on the event.
Enjoy a 4th of July Parade followed by a festival in City Park in Coeur d’Alene. The fun kicks off with a parade downtown then visitors can head to City Park for live music and other activities. Visitors are encouraged to wear a face mask for these events. Find more information on the parade route and park festivities here. Please note, the annual fireworks show over Lake Coeur d’Alene has been cancelled this year.
Celebrate all things lavender at the Red Chair Lavender Harvest Festival July 4th and 5th. Tickets can be purchased in advance and kids 12 and under are free. Events run from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. both days.
Spend the weekend at Idaho’s Oldest Rodeo! The Grangeville Border Days Rodeo and parade events begin Thursday, July 2 and run through July 4. Head to the event website to check out the schedule of events and places to stay while you’re in town.
Head to Silver Mountain Resort to kick back and enjoy the annual fireworks show. The fireworks will begin around dusk(approximately 9:45 p.m.) and you’ll find great views from the Gondola Village.
Look to the skies this Fourth of July in Lewiston and the surrounding areas to enjoy the Radials N’ Rivers “Let Freedom Ring” aerial experience. Beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday morning, watch as five historic air planes fly over and around Lewiston and 100 miles beyond.
The city of Meridian will host a fireworks show in Storey Park on the July 4th. The display will kick off just after sunset and will be synchronized to the tunes on 107.1 K-HITS. Check out a map of the park, road closures and parking areas here.
Take part in a weekend full of celebration. Festivities kick off on June 30th with a breakfast and a fireworks show in the evening. Events continue through the fourth.
Enjoy a parade and fireworks show in Rexburg on the fourth. The parade begins at 10 a.m. and will also be available to watch on a live stream. The fireworks show will start around 10 p.m. and there will be three firework locations simultaneously launching fireworks.
Head to Discovery Hill (Disco Hill) to catch the fireworks show in Salmon on July 4th. The fireworks display is scheduled to begin at 10 p.m.
Spend the Fourth of July evening at Hunters Creek Sports Park and enjoy a fireworks show to close out the night. Attendees are welcome to bring snacks or a picnic, however alcohol and pets are not allowed in the park during this event. Learn more here.
Sun Valley Resort
On the fourth, start your evening at the Sun Valley Resort with a picnic on the pavilion lawn with live music. If you’re not in the mood to pack your own picnic, baskets are available for purchase with a reservation. After dining on the lawn, stick around for a family movie and then fireworks around 10 p.m.
Grab your lawn chairs, picnic blankets or lay out on the grass to catch the Independence Day Fireworks Display held at the College of Southern Idaho on July 4. Social distancing is recommended at this free event.
Take part in a full day of activities in Wilder on July 4th. A parade at noon starts the fun, followed by vendors and other activities in the city park and then settle in for fireworks at dusk.
Bonus Fireworks Show: Eagle Fun Days Fireworks | July 10
The fireworks display will begin shortly after 10 p.m. at Eagle Island State Park. This event is drive-in style so visitors can park and enjoy the fireworks from the comfort of their vehicle. A limited number of cars will be allowed in the park for this event.
Published on June 30, 2020