Where To See Fireworks Over The 4th Of July Weekend In The Panhandle
There is no shortage of great ways to celebrate Independence Day 2017 in the Texas panhandle. From mutli-day festivals to huge fireworks shows. Looking for a great place to join in the celebration? We have thrown together a list of all the area fireworks shows. And if we happened to miss one, let us know!
Moving this year from John S. Stiff Memorial Park, the celebration is headed downtown along with the Route 66: Heart of Amarillo Festival. The fireworks display is scheduled to be twice as big as years past. Fireworks will launch from the corner of East Eighth Avenue and South Johnson Street.
The city of Canyon is marking the 4th with a 2 day celebration. Country star Pat Green with headline a concert on Monday, July 3rd. On the 4th, the day features a pancake breakfast, parade, and Fair on the Square. Then the fireworks go off at 10pm from Conner Park with patriotic music.
Fireworks cap each performance of the Texas Outdoor Music down in the Palo Duro Canyon. Shows each evening start at 8:30pm and last about 2 hours with a large fireworks finale. Tickets for the night of July 4th are selling quick. Click here to purchase tickets in advance.
Project Fritch America is happy to announce the 2017 Fireworks Show. The lake provides a stunning backdrop during the show. Fireworks will be shot off at the same location as last year, near Sanford-Yake campground.
Canadian turns the long 4th of July holiday weekend into a 5 day celebration. Rodeos, dances, theatrical performances, a parade, live music, food, and activities for the whole family. Catch the fireworks display on Tuesday the 4th from the Hemphill County Recreation Complex.
Just off Highway 60, the City of Pampa will once again host it's big Independence Day fireworks celebration at the Recreation Park & Pampa Rodeo Grounds.
The City of Dalhart and the Dalhart Area Chamber are ready for another big 4th of July fireworks show from Rita Blanca Lake. The event is free thanks to contributions made by local businesses and the city’s Community Development Fund.
What a way to spend the 4th of July... watching 2 great movies and a fireworks show as well! Tascosa Drive-In will be showing 2 features on the 4th plus a fireworks display. You will most likely be able to see the downtown display as well.