Fourth of July – Small Town Big 4th

Lions Club Breakfast 7:00 – 11:00am @ Magna Copper Park, Donations accepted please
Parade 12:00 Noon on Magna Main Street – Parade Signup
Games & Inflatable’s @ Magna Copper Park  1:30pm – 10:00pm $12 wristbands unlimited rides, $0.50 for game tickets
Music In The Park – Advent Horizon @ Magna Copper Park 8:00pm – 10:00pm
Fireworks 10:00pm @ Magna Copper Park 


Fun Days 4th of July Activities

July 3rd Concert: 8 pm, Murray Park Amphitheater, FREE SLC Jazz Orchestra, JAM Dancers, Vocalist America’s Music & Dance, Our Nation’s Gift to the Arts
July 4th Activities Lions Club Community Breakfast: 6:30 – 10:00 am – Murray Park Pavilion #5
Sunrise Service: 7 am – Murray Park Amphitheater Patriotic Address by (ret) Major General Brian L.
Parade: Begins at 8:30 am at Fashion Place Mall – ends at Murray Park. Grand Marshal, Bob Dunn, Director South Valley Boys and Girls Club Note: There is NO car access in or out of Murray Park between 7:30 and 11 am.
Activities: 10 am-4 pm – Custom and Vintage Car and Bike Show (Behind swimming pool) Registration info at 11 am-4 pm – Food and Game Booths, Rides (fee) 11 am-3 pm – Fishing Booth (Near ice rink – minimal fee) 8 am-4 pm – Coed Volleyball Tournament (Softball Field – $30 per team) Youth and Adult divisions. Free Kids Activities Near Playground 11 am-2 pm – Games: Money Scramble, Balloon Toss, Corn Hole 12:30 pm – Firemen Squirt.
Daytime Entertainment: Murray Park Gazebo 11 am – Zany the Clown 11:45 am – Juggling Contest 12 noon – Super Bunny, Puppet Players 12:45 pm – Musical Previews 1:30 pm – Salt Lake Capoeira, Afro-Brazilian Martial Arts 2:30 pm – Community Talent Show. Evening Entertainment: Murray Park Softball Field 8:30 pm – Dr. Decibel and the Sound Prescription 10 pm – Fireworks (leave personal fireworks at home) 


The festivities at Oakley Rodeo Grounds on July 4th include a 5K race, parade, barbeque, and PRCA Rodeo, with fireworks after the rodeo. Parade starts at 10:00am from Center Street and State Road 32. Click here for a complete list of events. 

Park City

This year, Park City and Canyons will join together to present a 4th of July weekend of activities. Friday, July 3rd, kicks off the festivities at Canyons with activities throughout the day and popular musical act, The Soulistics, capping off the evening. On Friday, July 4th, the fun shifts to Park City. Start the day with the highly anticipated parade down main street, then settle in to Park City to catch bands, great food and the fireworks display at dusk. The fun continues Sunday with summer activities at each resort.


Freedom Days is a 3-Day event in downtown Provo celebrating America’s Freedom. Come to experience great entertainment, unique food, handcrafted jewelry, quilts, a carnival, art exhibits, the Children’s Freedom Village that includes an art yard, Scales and Tails and JuggleNutz. The live entertainment is a highlight at Freedom Days and touches everyone’s taste in music! This 3-day event is a must see and experience for the whole family! After the Grand Parade head on over to the excitement and grab a Snow Cone, Texas Twister, Corn on the Cob and Turkey Leg!

Join us on Saturday, July 4 at 9am for the Grand Parade – the largest of its kind in the state of Utah – highlighting freedom through bands, professionally crafted floats, giant helium balloons and local and national performers. Entries will be given the unique challenge to promote patriotism among the 300,000 spectators, through music, displays, dance, and other creative and meaningful expression. The parade will follow the same route that it has in previous years. It begins at 960 N. University Ave. and proceeds south to 100 S. and then turns east to 200 E. From there it turns north to Center St. and then turns east and ends at 900 E.

We are so excited welcome rock and roll’s legendary JOURNEY to headlineStadium of Fire! Olivia Holt, star of Disney Channel’s popular series “I Didn’t Do It”, will also make a special musical appearance. The event, hosted by television personality Montel Williams, will conclude with the BIGGEST fireworks show in Stadium of Fire history, claiming title once again as the largest stadium fireworks event in the United States. There’s simply no better place to be on Independence Day! The Stadium of Fire, now in it’s 35th year, has grown to become one of the United States’ premier patriotic celebrations, attracting an average of over 40,000 people and televised live to over one million military men and women in more than 100 countries via the American Forces Network.


Riverton Parade: July 3: Parade starting at 6:30 p.m., and after the parade there will be a party in the park.

Town Days at the Riverton City Park. The morning will start with a flag ceremony at 6:30 a.m. in the northern part of the park followed by breakfast starting at 7:00 a.m. Then activities and events will take place throughout the entire day, finishing with fireworks at 10:00 p.m. 

Riverton Country Mile 10k, 5k and 1 mile: In conjunction with Riverton Town Days, this race is a popular family tradition. Come out this 4th of July to continue the tradition, or even to start a new one. Come to the race, then stay for all the 4th of July festivities, going on all day.

Enjoy the Midway Carnival / Riverton Celebration July 1 – 4: MidwayCarnival, located behind City Hall.

Freedom Festival at Fitts Park, Parade and 5K(July 4): The celebration will beging at 8:00 a.m. with a 5k run, followed by the parade at 9:30. The parade will end at Fitts Park for a Hot Cake/Waffle Breakfast. The festivities will continue in the park. For more information click here

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake Bees baseball game: Wear your red, white and blue and head to Smith’s Ballpark where the Bees on Friday, July 4th vs. the El Paso Chihuahuas at 6:35 pm. Stay after the game to enjoy a special Independence Day fireworks show presented by Larry H. Miller Chevrolet Murray.

Liberty Days at This Is The Place: Enjoy a day of good old-fashioned FUN while you celebrate the birth of our great Nation! Join in a watermelon eating contest, stick horse races, or roll up your sleeves for a game of tug-of-war! There’s pony and train rides all day long! And don’t forget to be on the look out for a train robber! The 4th of July FUN Place for Everyone!

Copper Cup Classic at Rocky Mountain Raceway: Come watch as the Super Modifieds make their return on the America First Credit Union Super Ov. July 4, 2015 @ 4:00 pm


Sandy 4th celebration takes place at the South Towne Promenade 10000 South 172 West, between South Towne Center and Sandy City Hall.


Celebrate Independence Day at the ‘Bird with family-friendly rides and activities, live music and a pancake buffet on The Plaza Deck. (Summer Activities) All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Buffet. Pancakes, potatoes, eggs, bacon, OJ, coffee and more! 

Live Music
C.J. Santoro Dixieland Band, 9 a.m. – noon
Blair Crimmins, 6 – 9 p.m.

South Salt Lake

Freedom Festival, Parade and 5K
The celebration will beging at 8:00 a.m. with a 5k run, followed by the parade at 9:30. The parade will end at Fitts Park for a Hot Cake/Waffle Breakfast. The festivities will continue in the park. For more information click here

Sugar House

Sugarhouse 4th of July Arts Festival and Pet Parade: In it’s 16th year, the Sugar House 4th of July Arts Festival has become a key event in the Sugar House community. The event will feature 100+ artists, the 3rd Annual Pet Parade, and live music and performances all day. 

West Jordan

West Jordan Independence Day Parade, 10:30 a.m. Parade runs north up Redwood Road from City Hall (8000 South) to 7000 South. City Band Patriotic Performance, 1:30 p.m. Viridian Event Center, 8030 S. 1825 West. Movie in the Park, "Despicable Me 2," 9 p.m. Veterans Memorial Park, 8030 S. 1825 West. Fireworks, 10 p.m. Veterans Memorial Park, 8030 S. 1825 West




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