Join the Branson Area Festivities this 4th of July!

As you’ve certainly guessed by now, there’s no lack of things to do in Branson especially this 4th of July. Next week, Branson will play host to a variety of different fireworks displays and family friendly events in celebration of our great country’s independence. If you’re still looking for something to do to commemorate this special day, check out some of these extraordinary activities that you can only find here in Branson.

 

Red, White & Boom FireworksWhite Water

Where: White Water

Address: 3505 W. Hwy. 76, Branson, MO

Date: every Saturday night, July 5-August 30

Time: 10 p.m.

Why celebrate the 4th of July just once when you can carry on the celebration all summer long? Sit back and enjoy a fantastic fireworks show that’s included with your admission ticket into White Water’s Night Water.

 

61st Annual Hollister 4th of July Celebration

Where: Chad A. Fuqua Memorial Park

Address: 312 Esplanade Dr., Hollister, MO (on the north side of Hollister City Hall)

Date: Friday, July 4

Time: 6 p.m.

Come be a part of the oldest fireworks display in Taney County! Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the Little Miss Firecracker Pageant, a performance from the New Premier Dance Academy and a radio countdown from Mayor Tate before the fireworks display at dusk. Food and drink will be available as well as the Hollister’s Ozark Mountain Family YMCA Bounce House for kids.

 

Journey Resurrection Live in Concert and 7th Annual Liberty Light Up Fireworks ShowFireworks

Where: The Branson Landing Fountains

Address: 100 Branson Landing, Branson, MO

Date: Thursday, July 3

Time: 8 p.m.

Experience this one-of-a-kind Journey tribute band with seasoned lead vocalist Ryan Christopher backed by musicians who have worked directly with Journey. Follow up the concert with a choreographed fireworks display show that will light up the skies over Lake Taneycomo.

 

Honor America

Where: The Keeter Center at College of the Ozarks

Address: 1 Opportunity Ave., Point Lookout, MO

Date: Sunday, June 29

Time: 5:30 p.m.

Enjoy tunes from the “Linger Family Mountain Music”, “Ayo”, starring “Voices of Glory” and “Red, Hot … & Blue”!, and the Hard Work U Concert Band before being dazzled by the fantastic fireworks display, beginning at dusk.

 

Fourth of July Celebration

Where: Chateau on the Lake

Address: 415 North State Hwy. 265, Branson, MO

Date: Friday, July 4

Time: 8 a.m.

Chow down at the outdoor barbeque, let the kids toss some water balloons and enjoy some live music at this beautiful resort. Close out the night with a jaw-dropping fireworks display and hop in the pool afterward for a late-night dive in movie.

 

Patriotic Picnic

Where: The Swimmin’ Hole Lawn at Big Cedar Lodge

Address: 612 Devil’s Pool Rd., Ridgedale, MO

Date: Friday, July 4

Time: 3 p.m.

Big Cedar Lodge’s Swimmin’ Hole Lawn will be packed with games, attractions, pony rides and more as well as a delicious barbeque and special show from the Clay Self Band. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for the colorful fireworks display at dusk.

 

Fireburst

Where: Kimberling City Bridge at Table Rock Lake

Address: on Hwy. 13, Kimberling City, MO

Date: Saturday, July 5

Time: 9 p.m.

Boats will gather and the bridge will be filled with spectators waiting to see this incredible fireworks display over the waters of Table Rock Lake. Get a good view from your car, lawn chair, on foot or by boat! It will be hard to miss this fantastic display as it lights up the skies over Kimberling City.

 

8 thoughts on “Join the Branson Area Festivities this 4th of July!”

  1. At-home fireworks are fun, but the big fireworks shows are the best! Looks like a ton of choices too. Thanks for letting us know!

  2. I love fireworks. This actually reminds me of my childhood when all my family would go down to the levee where we lived right next to the Mississippi River and watch the fireworks that was fired in KY.

  3. So many great choices. I know the Clay Self Band is super-entertaining, so I’m leaning toward Big Cedar.

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