Many communities have great events coming up in celebration of the 4th. Enjoy this list by date and community.
If you know of one not yet listed email firstname.lastname@example.org
**Watch for weather cancellations!!! Please confirm with individual events that they are still a go.
Sunday, July 1, 2018
Crossroads Fireworks Extravaganza in Georgetown (Evans Orchard)
7 pm – 10 pm
Evans Orchard and Cider Mill and other vendors will have food available, so bring your cash. Evans Play Area will be open for free for all the kiddos. Live music and activities throughout the night before the fireworks!
Tuesday, July 3
Lexington’s Fourth of July fun will kick off on Tuesday, July 3 with the Great American Pie Contest and Ice Cream Social and will feature many family friendly events over the four day festival!
Great American Pie Contest and Ice Cream Social 12:00 pm, Fifth Third Bank Pavilion at Cheapside Park
Patriotic Music Concert 8:00 pm, Morrison Lawn, Transylvania University *Rain Site, Mitchell Fine Arts Center
Lexington Legends Game and Fireworks (.25 Hot Dog Night) 7:00 pm
Wednesday, July 4
Bluegrass 10K 7:00 am
Street Festival 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Parade down Main Street from Midland Ave to Mill Street 2:00 pm
Fireworks 10:00 pm – Downtown
Download the app at ClassicRock921fm.com and listen to a special broadcast timed to the fireworks show!
Crossroads Church Fireworks – Whitaker Bank Ballpark 6:30 – 10 pm
Before the fireworks, enjoy live music, inflatables, games, and family activities in the outfield. Food and beer will be available to purchase, so bring your cash. No outside food or drinks, please. Space is limited, get your FREE tickets now!
Parade 11 am, Main Street
Fireworks at dusk at Scott County Park
Old Glory Parade and Celebration 2 pm, Downtown Main Street
Music, food & family-friendly entertainment.
Fireworks at Lykins Park 10 pm (Gates open at 7 pm)
4th of July Extravaganza 5 pm – 10 pm, Lake Reba Recreational Complex
*$5 parking fee per car
*Fireworks begin at 10:00pm
There will be live music, fireworks, vendors, inflatables, and more!
4th of July Spectacular at City Park 6 pm
(Free swim at the pool from 3 – 7 pm)
Food, live music, and kids’ games followed by fireworks at 10pm
Old Fashioned Fourth of July 2 pm – 4 pm, Liberty Hall Historic Site
Celebrate Independence Day with watermelon and lemonade, historical lawn games, patriotic scavenger hunts, and live music. In partnership with Froggy 104.9, this free event takes place on the grounds of Liberty Hall. Sponsored by John Paul and Marcey Broderson, Wilkerson Financial, and Theresa Walton.
Fireworks at Capitol View Park 9:30 pm
RJ Corman Fireworks 10 pm
Wilmore’s Annual 4th of July Festival offers a wonderful taste of small town Americana. Celebrate the 4th with an old fashioned parade (10 am), followed by a festival at AdventureServe Grounds (former camp meeting grounds). Festival food for purchase, baking contests, arts and crafts, patriotic music round out the day. For more information visit the Wilmore Events Calendar.
Changes due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather will be noted on the Wilmore Facebook page.
- Streets will be shut down at 10:00 a.m.
- 11:00 a.m. – Parade on Main Street from Napa Auto Parts to Morgan Street
- 12:00 p.m. – ‘Only in America’ Ceremony and Awards
- 12:00-4:00 – Vendor Area
- 12:00-4:00 – Photo Booth
- 12:00-4:00 – Fun Zone (Kids Activities)
- 12:00-3:00 – Car Cruise (Court Street Parking Lot) Fireworks at County Park (Free Admission)
- 6:00 – Park Admission (opens)
- Food Vendors/Booths/Activities
- Entertainment at Park
Music (7:00 – 10:00)
10:00 – Fireworks
- 10:45 – Park Closes
*Watching for information