Tuesday, 29 June 2021

July 4th Festivities In The OKC Metro


Independence Day is this weekend and there are many locations in the OKC metro having celebrations. From food to fireworks and family fun, there are events planned all over the area. 




This year, Red White and Boom  will be celebrating at the new Scissortail Park on July 3rd. Bring a blanket, picnic basket and enjoy patriotic music from the talented OKC Philharmonic. The free 75 minute concert starts at 8:30 pm.


And Bricktown OKC is the place to be for this year’s fireworks and Oklahoma City Dodgers baseball game. The downtown OKC entertainment district will host an Independence Day block party with live music, games, food and more leading up to a fireworks display at nightfall. The event is on July 4th and begins at 7:00 pm.  




Liberty Fest is back this year and as with Oklahoma City, the events will take place both on July 3rd and 4th. One of the largest parades in Oklahoma happens annually in Edmond. This year the parade will be at 9am on Saturday, July 3rd. For information on parking and parade routes, go to LibertyFest 2021 "Flying the Flag of Freedom". And don’t forget to stop by Mitch Park for Park Fest from 2:00 to 4:30. Fun play for the kids and food trucks for all.


On July 4th, the area’s largest fireworks display will be at Hafer Park off of Bryant and 9th. Parking will be limited to the baseball field parking. However, there are many other places to park close by for the short walk to the display. The show starts at 9:30 and the grand finale is rumored not to disappoint.




The celebration of liberty will be done big in Norman this year for Norman's 4th Fest. Starting at 5:00 pm on Sunday, July 4th, families can enjoy food trucks, sand volleyball, cornhole, baby crawling and toddler walking races, face painting, and family yard games at Reaves Park. And the fun doesn’t stop there, live music at 5:00 and 8:00 and spectacular fireworks at 9:45 pm.




Midwest City will host its annual Tribute to Liberty  on Sunday, July 4th from 6:00 pm to 10:30 pm. The patriotic evening will be at Joe B. Barnes Regional Park and will be free to enjoy. Bring your blankets or chairs and enjoy live music, food trucks and the big fireworks show.




The VERY popular Freedom Fest in Yukon is where you can enjoy such fun as a car show and triathlon to sand art and hot dog eating contests. The event is chock full of everything you need to enjoy the 3rd and 4th. Be sure to check out the website for the schedule of fun and map.


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