Looking to celebrate 4th of July in Colorado? There’s plenty of ways to celebrate 4th of July around Colorado. Take a scenic ride on a Ferris wheel, enjoy fireworks in the beautiful mountain sky, and indulge on delicious carnival treats. Here are 50 events and festivals happening around the state of Colorado this 4th of July weekend, July 2-5, 2019.

JULY 2-3

1. Denver — Colorado Rockies vs. Houston Astros and Fireworks: 6:10 p.m., Coors Field, Denver, go online for ticket prices.


2. Pueblo — Patriotic Day: With special activities for kids. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Buell Children’s Museum, Pueblo.

3. Denver — Independence Eve Fireworks: 8 p.m., Civic Center, Denver.

4. Littleton — Red, White & You: Fun-filled patriotic community event and fireworks, Clement Park, Littleton.

JULY 3-6

5. Meeker — Range Call: Parade, fireworks, concerts and more. July 3-6, Meeker.


6. Alamosa — 4th of July Celebration: Pancake breakfast, parade and fireworks at dusk, Alamosa.

7. Arvada — Independence Day Fireworks: 7-9 p.m., fireworks begin at dusk, Stenger Soccer Complex, Arvada.

8. Aspen — Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration: Parade, kids’ carnival, live music, picnics and fireworks, Aspen.

9. Aurora — 4th of July Spectacular: Live music, food and fireworks, 6-10 p.m., Aurora Municipal Center Great Lawn, Aurora.

10. Beaver Creek — Independence Day Celebration: Beaver Creek.

11. Boulder — Ralphie’s Independence Day Blast: Live music with Ralphie, CU mascot and fireworks at dusk. Gates open at 8 p.m., Folsom Field, Boulder.

12. Brighton — 4th of July Concert and Celebration: Brighton.

13. Buena Vista — Fourth of July Town Wide Celebration: Buena Vista.

14. Carbondale — 4th of July Parade and Pool Party: Food, games, live music and more, Main Street and Sopris Park, Carbondale.

15. Creede — July 4 Street Festival and Parade: Creede.

16. Cripple Creek — 4th of July Celebration: Music with fireworks at 9:30 p.m., City Park and in the Brass Ass Parking lot, Cripple Creek.

17. Denver — Park Hill 4th of July Parade: Denver’s largest Independence Day march, 1:30 p.m., 23rd Avenue, Denver.

18. Denver — Fireworks: Elitch Gardens Denver.

19. Denver — Rubedo’s Independence Day V: A born and raised Denver band. 8 p.m., Bluebird Theater, Denver.

20. Durango — 4th of July Celebration: Pancake breakfast, walk/run and fireworks, Rotary Park and Main Avenue, Durango.

21. Evergreen — 4th of July Evergreen Music Festival: Buchanan Park, Evergreen.

22. Fairplay — Independence Day Celebration: Music, vendors and fireworks, Front Street, Fairplay.

23. Falcon — 16th Annual July 4 Pancake Breakfast: Hosted by BSA Troop 149, 7-11 a.m., Woodmen Hills East Recreation Center, 9025 Meridian Ranch Blvd.

24. Georgetown — 4th of July Celebration: Picnic, entertainment and more, no fireworks, Georgetown.

25. Granby — July 4th Celebration: Pancake breakfast, parade and fireworks, Granby.

26. Grand Lakes — 4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza: 10 p.m., over the lake, Grand Lake.

27. Highlands Ranch — July 4th Celebration: Face painters, games, inflatables, music and fireworks, Highlands Ranch Heritage Regional Park, Highlands Ranch.

28. Idaho Springs — 4th of July Celebration: Live music, barbecue and fireworks, Citizens Park, Idaho Springs.

29. La Junta — Old Fashioned Fourth of July: Parade, cannon firings, games and more, Bent’s Old Fort, La Junta.

30. Lafayette — 4th of July Celebration: Live music, beer, food and more begins at 4 p.m., with fireworks at dusk, Lafayette.

31. Lone Tree — Independence Day Celebration: Bike parade, food, music and fireworks, Sweetwater Park, Lone Tree.

32. Montrose — Independence Day Parade and Fireworks: Fireworks at dusk, Montrose.

33. Monument — Tri-Lakes 4th of July Celebration: Pancake breakfast, run, parade, music and street fair, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Second and Washington Streets, Monument.

34. Northglenn — July 4th Festival: 7 a.m.-10 p.m., E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park, Northglenn.

35. Ouray — Old Fashioned Fourth of July: With many activities that have been a tradition since the early 1900s, with fireworks at dark, Ouray.

36. Pagosa Springs — Celebrate 4th of July: Parade and fireworks, Pagosa Springs.

37. Park Hill — 4th of July Parade: 1:30 p.m., 23rd Avenue, Park Hill.

38. Parker — Parker’s Stars and Stripes Celebration: Live music at 6 p.m. with fireworks at 9:30 p.m., Salisbury Park, Parker.

39. Pueblo West — 4th of July Celebration Wet Parade: Celebrate Independence Day with a splash. 10 a.m., Pueblo West.

40. Silver Plume — 4th of July Ice Cream Social: Dinger’s Park, Silver Plume.

41. Silverton — 4th of July Spectacular: Ribbon run, parade, duck derby and more with fireworks after dark, Silverton.

42. Snowmass Village — Community Celebration & Fireworks: Lawn games, sweet treats and fireworks at 9 p.m. over Fanny Hill, Snowmass Village.

43. Steamboat Springs — July 4th Fireworks: 9:45 p.m., Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs.

44. Telluride — Fireman’s 4th of July Celebration: Parade, BBQ and more, fireworks after sun sets, Main Street and Town Park, Telluride.

45. Vail — Vail America Days: Parade, 10 a.m. beginning at Golden Peak, fireworks at dusk, Golden Peak, Vail.

46. Westcliffe — Fourth of July in Custer County: Car show, pancake breakfast and fireworks, over Lake DeWeese, Westcliffe.

JULY 4-6

47. Florence — Fourth of July Festival: Music, food, beer fireworks and more. July 4-6, Florence.

JULY 4-8

48. Breckenridge — Independence Day Celebration: Parade, music, art festival, fireworks and more, Breckenridge.


49. Colorado Springs — Billy Ray Cyrus and Fireworks: Weidner Field, Colorado Springs.

50. Woodland Park — Symphony Above the Clouds and Fireworks: Gates open at 5:30 p.m., with fireworks at sundown, athletic field of the Woodland Park Middle School, Woodland Park.

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