Some things are better left to the experts and fireworks shows are one of them! Whether you live in Dade, Broward, or Palm Beach Counties, we have the perfect place for you to watch fireworks in South Florida this 4th of July!
Miami Dade County
Bayfront Park is hosting “America’s Birthday Bash” this 4th of July complete with free yoga, free kids zone, plenty of food and drink and of course a huge fireworks show that starts at 9pm. To find out more visit Bayfront Park Miami
In Miami Beach, Coca-Cola is hosting “Fire on the Fourth Festival” between 73rd Street and Collins Ave.. At this free event you can enjoy free yoga, kid’s zone, food trucks, performances by a few different band and the fireworks begin at 9pm. Visit Miami Beach for more information.
Miccosukee Resort and Gaming is hosting a “Freedom Festival” from 10am to 10pm. The festival promises fun for the whole family with carnival rides, water slides, airboat rides, food vendors, Native American arts and crafts, and a free concert. They will also be taking donations of new, unwrapped toys for “Toys for Tots.” For more information visit Miccosukee Resort and Gaming.
If you prefer hanging out at the beach, head over to Hollywood Beach for their “Star-Spangled Spectacular.” You can enjoy one of the many restaurants on the Broadwalk, have the kids play on the splash pad, or simple relax on the beach. The city will also have live music performances and an off-shore fireworks display at 9pm. Visit Hollywood Beach for more.
In Hallandale, you can head over to Gulfstream Park’s “Freedom Fest” where the fun begins at 1:15 with live races. The fest will also have a live DJ, giveaways, concessions, a cash bar, selfie station, and face painting. If you’re hungry you can enjoy their lunch or dinner buffet at the Ten Palms restaurant. The fireworks show starts at 9pm. Go to Gulfstream Park to find out more.
The city of Sunrise has a full day of events with their parade starting at 9am, complete with free refreshments and a children’s “fun zone.” At 4:30pm the party moves to the BB&T center (outdoors) where there will be live bands, a children’s “fun zone,” food vendors, and the fireworks display at 9:15. Visit City of Sunrise for more information.
Palm Beach County
Boca Raton will be hosting their annual “Fabulous Fourth” party starting at 5:30. The event will include live music, carnival rides, food vendors, games and crafts, and will end with a fireworks display. There will be a free shuttle service from 5:30 until 10:15pm. Visit Boca Raton for more information.
Delray Beach will be celebrating the 4th of July beachside, at Atlantic Ave. and A1A. The festivities begin early morning with a sand castle contest. They will also have a flag raising ceremony, mini golf, kids corner, live bands, and arts and crafts. The party will conclude with fireworks display at 9pm. You can visit Delray Beach for more information.
Royal Palm Beach will have a full day of fun at Commons Park. The day begins with a fishing tournament at 6:30am followed by a golf tournament and volleyball tournament. The “real” fun kicks off at 4pm and will include kids’ fun zone, arts and crafts, food vendors, live DJ, live bands, and fireworks display at 9pm. Visit Royal Palm Beach for more information.
Wherever you decide to spend the 4th of July, we hope you and your loved ones have a safe and wonderful time!