Best 4th of July Fireworks in Atlanta 2021
Cookouts, parades, fireworks! These are all staples of a fun Fourth of July spent with friends and family in Atlanta.
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Enjoy a fireworks display following the Lasershow Spectacular. July 1-5.
Listen to live music by The Block Party Experience, enjoy activities, taste food and watch fireworks. July 2.
Fourth of July parade begins at 9 a.m. at Village on the Green on Peachtree Parkway. Fireworks will take place over Lake Peachtree at dusk. July 3.
A parade, free concerts, museum tours, arts and crafts show, food, carnival games and fireworks. Parade begins at Roswell Street Baptist Church and ends at North Marietta Parkway. July 3.
Fireworks, food trucks, inflatables, music and more. July 3.
Pre-Fourth celebration including two stages of live music, food vendors and other activities. July 3.
Celebrate Independence Day with a fireworks display, live music, food trucks and more. July 3.
Fireworks, food and drinks and live entertainment. July 3.
Festivities include a dance contest, food, vendors. July 3.
Concert, fireworks, children’s area, food and more. July 4.
A patriotic, hometown parade starts at Veteran’s Memorial Park and ends at Greenville Street Park; followed by entertainment and food at Newnan High School’s Drake Stadium directly after parade; fireworks at dusk. July 4.
Food vendors, live music in the afternoon and fireworks at dark. July 4.
Watch the skies light up over Roswell with live music, entertainment and food trucks. Bring chairs and blankets. Fireworks start at sunset. July 4.
Community-led parade starts at 10 a.m.; fireworks begin at dusk at Lake Avondale. July 4.
Watch a brilliant display of fireworks at dusk. July 4.
Fireworks display that will launch from the top of DeKalb County Parking Deck. July 4.
Enjoy live entertainment at 7:30 p.m. and fireworks at 9:30 p.m. at this family-friendly gathering. July 4.
Celebration features marching bands, floats, clowns and animal units who will march from Mount Vernon Road and Jett Ferry Road to Dunwoody Village. July 5.
Celebrate with a festival, a parade and fireworks. July 5.
Beach activities, live music, food trucks, contests and the annual Fireworks Extravaganza. Fireworks at 9:30 p.m. July 2-4.
Celebrate America’s birthday with this fireworks extravaganza. July 4.