Forth of July is always such a fun holiday in Chattanooga. We gathered up all the firework shows, parades and festivals happening in and around Chattanooga so you can start planning how you'll celebrate our country's 242nd birthday. Make sure you enter our giveaway on Facebook all you have to do is take a picture of your firework show and send it our way!
Camp Columbus -Fireworks 5:30 p.m.
“Freedom Celebration” - Collegedale Veterans Park - Fireworks 9:45pm
“Pops on the River” - Chattanooga Coolidge Park - Entertainment begins at 5:00pm - Fireworks 9:45pm
“Patriotism at The Post” - Ft. Oglethorpe - Barnhardt Circle - Fireworks at dark
Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Altamont - Ballpark - Fireworks at dark
Athens Regional Park - Fireworks at 9:30pm
Cleveland - Bradley Commons - Fireworks at 9:30pm
Cohutta, GA - Shugart Park - 5K Starts at 8:00am - Fireworks at 9:45pm
Chattanooga Lookouts - AT&T Field Chattanooga - Fireworks after the game
Dalton- Heritage Point Regional Park - Fireworks at 9:45pm
Decatur - Meigs Co HS football field - Fireworks at dark
Dunlap 4th of July Music Festival - Dunlap Stage at Harris Park - Event starts at 10:30am - Fireworks 9:15pm
Etowah - The Depot - Fireworks at dark
Jasper - Victory Baptist Church - Fireworks at dark
Lake Winnepesaukah - Fireworks 10:00pm
Lookout Mtn Fairyland Club - Fireworks at dusk
Monteagle - Ballpark - Fireworks at dark
Rock Spring - Peavine Church- Fireworks at dark
Soddy Daisy - Soddy Daisy Lake - Fireworks at dark
South Pittsburg - Boatdock - Golf cart parade at 3:00pm CST - Celebration at 5:00pm CST - Fireworks at 9:00pm CST
Saturday, July 7, 2018
Fireworks at Lake Winnie
July 2 and July 4
Fireworks start at 10pm
Go during the day to ride the Cannon Ball Coaster or soak up the sun at the sun at the SoakYa! waterpark. Stay until 10pm for the fireworks!
Collegedale’s Independence Day Concert and Fireworks
July 3 5pm
Collegedale Veteran’s Park
More information will be available soon on the town’s website, but in addition to a concert around 8pm, fireworks typically begin around 9:45pm.
Chattanooga Pops on the River
July 3, 8pm
The performance by Chattanooga Symphony and Opera, showcasing a spectrum of patriotic and traditional tunes as well as music from some of America’s most influential composers, is followed by a fireworks finale over the Tennessee River. Blankets, lawn chairs and picnic basket meals are welcome, although food and drink concessions are also available at the park and support the event financially. Early entertainment starts at 5pm with a the Pops show at 8pm and a concluding fireworks display at 9:45pm.
Southern Belle Fireworks Cruise
July 3, 9pm
Watch the fireworks at Coolidge Park from the riverboat! You’ll have a bird’s eye view of the display. There’s no better seat than right on the water. Concession stand available for snacks and spirits!
Red, White, and Blue Day
July 4, 12 noon-4pm
Creative Discovery Museum
Red White and Blue Day gives families a fun way to celebrate the holiday while exploring the historical reason for the holiday. This may be the only place offering patriotic activities meaningful to children and adults in the midst of picnics and outside activities that don’t necessarily reference the historical reason for the holiday. All children know about and love birthdays, but how many July 4th celebrations actually throw a birthday party for America?
Lookouts Baseball Game and Fireworks
Game starts at 6:15pm
Our hometown team will be playing the Birmingham Barons, and a fireworks show set to patriotic music will take place after the game. The kids will also have a chance to run the bases after the game as well!
Chattanooga Football Club Game
July 4, 7:30pm
Come out to watch Chattanooga FC play the Inter Nashville FC!