The Best Places to Watch Fireworks in OKC - 405 Magazine

The Best Places to Watch Fireworks in OKC

Everyone’s favorite summer holiday is finally here!

The Best Places to Watch Fireworks in OKC.

With the 4th of July just around the corner, it’s time to start planning where you’re going to be. When the loud booms turn into flashes of sparks and bright colors, you want to make sure to have the best seat. Here’s our list of The Best Places to Watch Fireworks in OKC.

Red, White & Boom! at Frontier City

This year, watch fireworks from a Ferris wheel or roller coaster! Experience a new way to see pyrotechnic displays by attending the Frontier City Red, White & Boom Fourth of July celebration on July 4, 5 and 6. Each night Frontier City will present its fireworks show at 9:30 p.m. The park will also sell red, white and blue merchandise at its retail stores so you can show off your patriotism. Click HERE to view the website.

Red, White & BOOM! at Scissortail Park

On July 3, attend a free concert by the OKC Philharmonic and Maestro Alexander Mickelthwate in the lovely Scissortail Park. Listen to some brilliant music starting at 8:30 p.m., then stay for the firework show starting shortly after the show ends. For more information, click HERE.

Fireworks at the Flagpole at Bricktown Flagpole Plaza

Grab a lawn chair, a drink and a friend and tune into the Fireworks at the Flagpole event on July 3 from 7-11 p.m. Look forward to performances by Mallory Eagle, Kyle Earhart, Cindy Scarberry, Dustin Jones, The Oklahoma Opry Band and other special guests. Food and drinks will be sold at Oklahoma Craft and other places around the area. Click HERE for more information.

Boomer Blast at Boomer Lake

Taking place at the beautiful Boomer Lake on July 4, Stillwater’s Boomer Blast includes vendors, food trucks and of course, fireworks. This event starts at 6 p.m. and ends at 11:30 p.m. Click HERE for the Facebook event page.

Celebration in the Heartland at Buck Thomas Park

Head to Moore from 2-11 p.m. and enjoy a night filled with many activities to ensure you are never bored! From food trucks to helicopter rides to inflatables and even a mechanical bull, there is fun for the whole family. Live music presented by G4 Guitar School, The Broadcasters and Jason Young Band. Click HERE for more information on pricing and vendors.

Liberty Fest at E.C. Hafer Park

Edmond is going big with the largest display in the metro area, featuring fireworks provided by ARC Pyrotechnics. Fireworks start at 9:30 p.m., so grab a blanket or chair to watch the show. Local tip: Some churches open their parking lots to save the trouble of finding somewhere to park. Click HERE to view the LibertyFest website.

Norman Fourth Fest 2024 at Reaves Park

Norman is hosting its Norman Fourth Fest starting at 5 p.m., offering food trucks, yard games, live music and a firework show beginning at 9:45 p.m. While the event is open to everyone, for guests who are 21+, there is an area to enjoy drinks from local breweries. Make sure to turn on your radio to KGOU 106.3 FM to listen to the show’s music while you watch the fireworks. Learn more HERE.

Tribute to Liberty at Rotary Pavilion

If you’re looking for somewhere to watch the fireworks on the fourth and enjoy live music in the Midwest City area, then Tribute to Liberty is the perfect place. Enjoy music from Andrews Sisters (Character Connections Co.) and the Wise Guys starting at 7 p.m., then stay for fireworks at 9:45 p.m. Tip: Bring lawn chairs and sunscreen for the hot weather. For more information,
click HERE.

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And for more ways to enjoy summer in OKC, check out our July 2024 issue.