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Kansas City-Area 4th of July Fireworks 2017

Posted July 01, 2017 12:36pm by Jane

Here’s an update on what’s happening with 4th of July Fireworks displays in and around the KC Metro area. There might be some rain coming our way over the next few days, so be sure to check the link to make sure there are no rain cancellations or postponements.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Monday, July 3, 2017

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

On the Missouri Side –

  • Parkville (MO) July 4th Celebration – full day of fun beginning with a parade at 10am and ending with fireworks at 9:45pm; parade begins at 10am, carnival runs from 11am to 10pm
  • KC Riverfest – Berkley Riverfront Park, KCMO – festival food, live music, and fireworks! $5 admission fee; kids 12&under are free
  • Gladstone MO Fireworks – Oak Grove Park – live music begins at 7pm, followed by fireworks
  • Platte City Family Fun – patriotic music and fireworks begin around 9pm – Platte Ridge Park, 17130 371 Hwy, Platte City, MO 64079
  • July 4th Harrisonville Hometown Celebration – Harrisonville City Park – family fun, including bike parade starting at 11am, extended city pool hours, activities for the kids, live entertainment and fireworks at dusk
  • Worlds of Fun Celebrate America – Fireworks at 10pm (July 1-4, 2016); stay cool at Oceans of Fun until 9pm

On the Kansas Side –

July 6, 2017

Fireworks: 1860s style – Enjoy this free, all-American celebration with Mahaffie Farm’s family fun night activities beginning at 6pm, live music at 7:30pm, and a reading of the Declaration of Independence, a cannon firing, and 1860s-style fireworks at 9:20pm; 6-10pm at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop & Farm. Note: This was postponed due to rain so families can enjoy Independence Day activities even longer!

And the Fourth of July in Kansas City isn’t ALL about fireworks! There are some other great things to do on the weekend of the 4th before the sun sets. Don’t miss one of these great events:

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Kansas City-Area 4th of July Fireworks 2017

Posted June 20, 2017 10:28pm by Jane

Independence Day is coming soon, and so are many KC-area fireworks displays! Here’s a look at the many 4th of July Fireworks displays to look forward to in and around the KC Metro area…starting as early as this weekend. Be sure to let us know where your favorite fireworks are happening in the comments section below, or on our Facebook page!

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Thursday, June 29, 2017

  • Bonner Blast Fireworks Celebration – Downtown Bonner Springs, KS, at Kelly Murphy Park – enjoy an ice cream social and the Patriotic Band Concert, beginning at 8pm; Bonner Blast Fireworks Display at 9:45pm
  • Fireworks: 1860s style – Enjoy this free, all-American celebration with Mahaffie Farm’s family fun night activities beginning at 6pm, live music at 7:30pm, and a reading of the Declaration of Independence, a cannon firing, and 1860s-style fireworks at 9:20pm; 6-10pm at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop & Farm

Friday, June 30, 2017

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Monday, July 3, 2017

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

On the Missouri Side –

  • Parkville (MO) July 4th Celebration – full day of fun beginning with a parade at 10am and ending with fireworks at 9:45pm; parade begins at 10am, carnival runs from 11am to 10pm
  • KC Riverfest – Berkley Riverfront Park, KCMO – festival food, live music, and fireworks! $5 admission fee; kids 12&under are free
  • Gladstone MO Fireworks – Oak Grove Park – live music begins at 7pm, followed by fireworks
  • Platte City Family Fun – patriotic music and fireworks begin around 9pm – Platte Ridge Park, 17130 371 Hwy, Platte City, MO 64079
  • July 4th Harrisonville Hometown Celebration – Harrisonville City Park – family fun, including bike parade starting at 11am, extended city pool hours, activities for the kids, live entertainment and fireworks at dusk
  • Worlds of Fun Celebrate America – Fireworks at 10pm (July 1-4, 2016); stay cool at Oceans of Fun until 9pm

On the Kansas Side –

And the Fourth of July in Kansas City isn’t ALL about fireworks! There are some other great things to do on the weekend of the 4th before the sun sets. Don’t miss one of these great events:

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Kansas City-area Fireworks 2016 – recap

Posted June 29, 2016 8:07pm by Jane

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In case you missed it last week, here’s our list of KC-area fireworks. Fireworks fun starts up again on June 30, and goes all the way through July 7 for some Star-Spangled celebrations. Have a happy and safe 4th of July!

Thursday, June 30, 2016

  • Bonner Blast Fireworks Celebration – Downtown Bonner Springs, KS, at Kelly Murphy Park – enjoy an ice cream social at 8pm, followed by the Patriotic Band Concert 8:30-9:45pm; Bonner Blast Fireworks Display at 9:45pm

Friday, July 1, 2016

  • Lansing KS Fireworks – The fun will start at 6pm with inflatable rides, food vendors, snow cones, and more! Kenneth W. Bernard Community Park – approximately 9:30pm
  • Lee’s Summit Legacy Blast, Legacy Park, Lee’s Summit, MO – food, inflatables, entertainment and FIREWORKS! – gates open at 6pm
  • Worlds of Fun Celebrate America, Kansas City North – Fireworks at 10pm (July 1-4, 2016); stay cool at Oceans of Fun until 9pm

Saturday, July 2, 2016

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Monday, July 4, 2016

On the Missouri Side –

  • Parkville (MO) July 4th Celebration – full day of fun beginning with a parade at 10am and ending with fireworks at 9:45pm; carnival from 10am to 10pm
  • KC Riverfest – Berkley Riverfront Park, KCMO – gates open at 4pm – festival food, live music, and FIREWORKS! Display begins at 10:05pm. (Fee for entry and parking; free admission between 4-5pm, and for kids 12 & under)
  • Jackson County 4th of July Appreciation Celebration – Longview Lake – skydivers, live music, concessions (no pets or grills please). Gates open at 5:30pm, concert at 6pm, and a huge fireworks display around 9:45pm
  • Gladstone MO Fireworks – Oak Grove Park – live music begins at 7pm, followed by fireworks
  • Liberty4thFest, Liberty, MO – Fountain Bluff Sports Complex – gates open at 5pm for food trucks & family-fun activities; live music begins at 8pm; fireworks at 9:45pm
  • Smithville Lake (MO) Fireworks – north end of the Smithville Lake Dam, beginning at about 9pm
  • Platte City Family Fun – music and fireworks begin around 9:45pm – Platte Ridge Park, 17130 371 Hwy, Platte City, MO 64079
  • Raymore Spirit of America Celebration – Recreation Park, Raymore, MO – classic car show, refreshments, entertainment and more; fireworks around 9:30pm
  • July 4th Harrisonville Hometown Celebration – Harrisonville City Park – family fun, including bike parade starting at 11am, extended city pool hours, face painting and other kids activities, and live entertainment; FIREWORKS at dusk
  • Blue Springs MO Fireworks – gates open at 6:30pm, live entertainment begins at 7:30pm, fireworks around 9:30pm; Blue Springs High School Peve Stadium, 2000 NW Ashton Drive
  • Worlds of Fun Celebrate America, Kansas City North – Fireworks at 10pm (July 1-4, 2016)

On the Kansas Side –

  • Fireworks and Salute to the Union – Fort Leavenworth, KS – Gates open at 3pm, activities and entertainment begin at 4pm; a Salute to the Union at 8:30pm and fireworks begin 30 minutes after sunset.  Picture ID required upon entering Fort Leavenworth
  • Fourth of July Celebration – Leawood City Park – 5pm to 10pm – activities and music for kids, admission is free, an all-access ride/activity wristband is $5; fireworks at 9:45pm
  • Star Spangled Spectacular, Corporate Woods, Overland Park, KS – events from 4pm to 11pm – live music and fireworks at 9:30pm (Rain date: July 5)
  • Olathe KS Fireworks – College Boulevard Activity Complex (CBAC), 11031 S. Valley Parkway, at 9:30 pm (Rain date: July 5)
  • Gardner KS Fireworks – Live entertainment, fun kids activities (including zip lines) and food vendors starts at 3pm, fireworks at 10pm at Celebration Park, 32501 W. 159th St., Gardner, KS 66030
  • Stilwell KS Parade & Fireworks – parade from 6 to 7; activities and live music 7:30 to 9:30; fireworks at 9:30 on the KCPL Service Center located at 19950 Newton Street (69 Highway and 199th Street) in Stilwell, Kansas 66085

And the Fourth of July in Kansas City isn’t ALL about fireworks! There are some other great things to do on the weekend of the 4th before the sun sets. Don’t miss one of these great events:

  • Don’t miss the ParkvilleKC Riverfest, Harrisonville and Prairie Village VillageFest daytime celebrations!
  • Mahaffie Farm Independence Day – Have some old-fashioned Independence Day fun July 4, 6 & 7 at Mahaffie Farm
  • Missouri Town 1855 Independence Day – July 4th, 9am to 4:30pm – Experience Independence Day from the 1850s with food, music, speeches and a parade
  • Fort Osage – July 4th, 9am to 4:30pm – 1812-style Independence Day celebration with cannon and musket fire and other activities; Fort Osage National Historic Landmark, 107 Osage Street, Sibley, MO –
  • 4th of July at the Farmstead – Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead, Overland Park, KS – activities from 9am to noon including bike parade, pig calling, and more for your little ones
  • Community Days Parade, Lenexa, KS – July 4th, beginning at 10am in Old Town Lenexa, Santa Fe Trail Drive & Pflumm Road

Notes: As has been the case for the last few years, there will be NO Lenexa/Shawnee fireworks display at Shawnee Mission Park this year.

Thursday, July 7, 2016

  • Mahaffie Farm 19th Century Fireworks-Olathe Civic Band Concert – Enjoy an old-fashioned 19th century Independence Day celebration, complete with cannon fire and fireworks! Bring your picnic, lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy activities on the historic Mahaffie grounds; free admission; festivities begin at 6pm

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