- The 4th of July each year. Events begin around noon and end around 10pm
- Events take place all over this desert town. Activities during the day will be at Pioneer Park.
- Most events are FREE - including music from the three bands and the fireworks.
Overview: Yavapai County boasts the biggest fireworks display in Prescott, Arizona, and attracts people from all over the state. You can make a whole day of it. Take a picnic lunch to eat in the park. There's music prior to the fireworks going off, and music afterwards, too. Plenty of food! So bring your chair for an evening of fun.
When: The 4th of July each year. Events begin around noon and end around 10pm. Find the specifics on the City of Prescott website.
Where: Prescott, AZ -events take place all over this desert town. Activities during the day will be at Pioneer Park. Fireworks are setup at the parking garage, but can be seen from various angles around town including the park.
Fees: Most events are FREE - including music from the three bands and the fireworks. Some of the rides, games and crafts would require an admission wristband.
Details: Combine this with the annual Prescott Frontier Days, when the bulls are ridden and exciting bronco riding is going on. There is also a parade. So you will be going all day with a lot to do and see here.
Events include a host of summer activities, including water slides, carnival games, a craft tent, climbing walls, mechanical swings, and three local musical acts offering a variety of styles in Prescott's Pioneer Park.
A number of food booths offering cotton candy, funnel cakes, barbecue, and Mexican food also will be available. For those who would rather bring their own refreshments, the city allows coolers. People are also permitted to bring in lawn chairs and shade canopies, and the town asks that people leave their pets at home.
Pioneer Park is located at 1200 Commerce Drive, off Willow Creek Road. Hundreds of parking spaces are available in the vicinity. Come early they fill up fast.