This time of year is a great time to celebrate America's independence and nothing says patriotic quite like lighting up the sky with red, white, and blue! Whether you want to head to a fireworks show or do it yourself, we've got all the information you need for an explosive summer!

Where to Watch Fireworks

North Valley

thanksgiving point fireworks 

Thanksgiving Point Fireworks

 July 4th @ 10 PM

Electric Park: 3003 N. Thanksgiving Way, Lehi, UT 84043

Before the fireworks, there will be concessions and vendors, which will open by 4 pm. Fireworks begin at about 10 PM and will be set off from the north side of the property. Bring a blanket and enjoy an evening outdoors with food and fun!

Pleasant Grove City

July 4th, when it gets dark

Discovery Park: 1435-1511 N 100 E, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062

Join the city of Pleasant Grove for an awesome firework show! There are several viewing areas, but the biggest one is on the north side of the park, in a grassy field. The show can also be seen from the Manila Elementary School field.

Central Valley

orem owlz fireworks 

Orem Owlz

Jul 3 @ 7 PM
970 W University Pkwy, Orem, UT 84058

Celebrate America with America's favorite pastime: baseball! The Orem Owlz will face the Grand Junction Rockies. Grab your peanuts and crackerjacks and watch the fireworks after the show. Tickets to the game starts at $4.

stadium of fire fireworks 

Stadium of Fire

July 4th @ 8 PM
1700 N Canyon Rd, Provo, UT 84604

Stadium of Fire is the largest stadium fireworks show in the valley! This year's headliner is OneRepublic. Tickets are selling out so grab them quick! After the show, be sure to stay and party at the Street Dance on the west side of the stadium!

...Or Skip the Shows and Do Your Own Fireworks 

fireworks

Light your own fireworks from July 1-7 or July 21-24 until 11 PM except for the 4th and 24th, which goes until midnight. Some areas in Utah Valley are restricted firework areas where no fireworks are allowed. To find out where these spots are in your town, visit the Fire Marshal's website. In addition, some fireworks not sold in Utah may be illegal in Utah, so be sure to buy local.

Another option for viewing fireworks is to go to a high place, overlooking the entire valley and watch all the fireworks from afar. Some of our favorite spots to do this are Squaw Peak Lookout Point and Y Mountain. Check out our hike list for more places you can go!

More Fireworks Shows, Not on July 4th