Are you looking for the best place to take your family to see fireworks on Independence Day close to Spartanburg, SC? We have a guide to all the nearby 4th of July events that you and your family will love.
June 27, 2020, Greer City Park, 6 pm with fireworks at 10 pm.
Take your family to Greer’s tenth annual Freedom Blast on June 27! Events begin at 6 pm with fun inflatables, live music, food, and fireworks.
The fireworks in City Park will begin at 10 pm.
This year’s schedule is:
Opening Ceremonies – 6:00 pm
Team Fastrax Skydiving – 6:15 pm
Military Tribute – 6:30 pm
Rib Eating Contest – 7:15 pm
Ashland Craft – 7:30 pm
James Tucker – 8:35 pm
Ashland Craft – 9:00 pm
Fireworks – 10:00 pm
2020 Event Has Been Cancelled
Spartanburg’s annual Independence Day celebration, is held each year at Barnet Park. The celebration includes fun food, live music, and fireworks, of course! It costs $5 per person to attend (children 6 and under are FREE). Gates open at 5 pm, so you should plan to arrive early to get the best seats for the show.
FireWorks & 4th of July Events Near Spartanburg
Revised plans for 2020 will be posted soon.
The Wells Fargo Red, White, and Blue Festival is a giant annual event in Downtown Greenville that includes live music on multiple stages, food, drinks, and a kid zone. Fireworks will take place at 9:45 pm. Visit the city’s site for information on parking, maps of vendor locations, band information, and more!
July 4, 2020 in Pickens, SC
Pickens will celebrate with music on July 4, down on Main Street. Music by the Jake Bartley Band will be from 7 pm to 9 pm. Visit the celebration’s information page for more details.
4th of July Events Worth the Drive
EVENT NOT ANNOUNCED YET
The town of Lake Lure will celebrate Independence Day with a phenomenal fireworks display.
July 3-4, 2020 (Starting at 9 am on 7/3)
This two-day Fourth of July Celebration includes several outdoor activities, yoga, live music, and fireworks display each evening that takes place over the whitewater river.
Where do you plan to celebrate the Fourth of July with your family?