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It’s time once again to don your favorite red, white and blue apparel, fire up the grill and get ready to watch fireworks with your friends and family! The 4th of July is just days away and once again we’re here to help you find the perfect spot to view fireworks near you.
Here is our annual round-up of Fresno’s 4th of July Fireworks Shows for 2021!
July 1st -4th
Star Spangled Revue—Wild Water Adventures in Clovis
This annual show takes place once it gets dark and requires water park admission tickets to watch. One of the area’s longest-standing shows, this performance includes a laser light show and music. Visit their website to find out more.
Fireworks Extravaganza—Fresno Grizzlies
The biggest fireworks display in the Valley on the Fourth will be after the Fresno Grizzlies game. The game starts at 6:35pm. Reserve your seats online now!
Community Independence Day Celebration—Selma High School
Selma High offers a fantastic opportunity for family fun beginning at 5:30pm. They have children’s activities, food booths and a ceremony honoring Veterans and of course, fireworks. Admission is $2 for kids, $5 for adults and priority parking is available for $2. No outside food or ice chests permitted. For more info, click here.
Kingsburg’s Independence Day Celebration—Kingsburg High School Football Stadium
Gates open at 5 p.m. for guests to enjoy food from various food trucks and claim a picnic spot to watch the fireworks show, which will begin around 9:15pm. The event will take place outside of the stadium in the surrounding area, therefore admission will not be able to be collected. The Kingsburg Chamber was grateful to receive community donations that supported the cost of the event last year, and requests guests donate what they can for the same purpose online via their Gofundme page once again this year. Check out more about the event and access the Gofundme here.
Festival of the American Spirit Fireworks Show—Kerman High School
For those who regularly attend the Kerman fireworks display, please note this event will not be held this year.
Shaver Lake Fireworks Show
This celebration at Shaver Lake just under an hour north of Fresno kicks off with a boat parade that starts at Sierra Marina and ends in the middle of the lake, followed by a fireworks display. Check out Shaver’s website for more details.
July 3rd and 4th
Granite Park’s Electric Sky Event – Granite Park
This two-day event offers fireworks, food, vendors, drinks and more. Admission is free! The event runs from 3-11pm. For additional information, click here.
Sanger’s Fourth of July Spectacular—Sanger High Practice Field
Arts and crafts, food, live entertainment, a kids area and fireworks await you in Sanger this 4th of July. The event begins at 6:30pm. Call 559-875-4575 for tickets or additional information.
Freedom Fest—Clovis High School Football Stadium
For those who regularly attend this display, please note this event will not be held this year.
4th of July at the Island Waterpark—Fresno
Island Waterpark has cancelled their Fireworks Show for this year.
Bass Lake Fireworks
Bass Lake is another great place to watch fireworks on the water with a boat parade beginning at 7pm and fireworks at 9pm. Arrive early to claim a good spot on the beach to enjoy the show! More details here.
Now, go fourth and celebrate!
All of us here at FresYes hope this list helps you find the perfect celebration for your family and friends to enjoy – and we wish you a safe, fun and healthy holiday!
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Fresno’s 4th of July Fireworks Shows