As we near the end of June, our country’s biggest national holiday is just around the corner. We are of course talking about the 4th of July. What’s more many of Puget Sound’s firework displays are returning for the first time since the pandemic. So here’s where you can watch fireworks in & around Seattle this 4th of July.
Perhaps the most classic display, Seafair Summer Fourth is an easy choice. The display has been voted one of the nation’s best fireworks shows by USA TODAY and Business Insider. It’s your chance to watch the sky light up in Seattle’s Gas Works Park.
Where: Gas Works Park
When: July 4th, 3 pm-11 pm, fireworks at 10:15 pm
Renton’s 4th of July has more than just fireworks! Beginning at 6:30 you can listen to a live DJ and that same day check out a volleyball tournament. So if you’re looking for a day of entertainment this might just be it.
Where: Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park
When: July 4th, fireworks at 10 pm
Not only is this fireworks show cool but it also supports a good cause! The show supports youth feeding programs like Summer Lunch, Lunch for the Break, and Power Packs. Plus it’s the first time this event has returned since the pandemic.
Where: Lake Sammamish State Park
When: July 2nd, fireworks at 10 pm
The Bellevue Collection puts on this annual show complete with free live music, children’s activities, food options/food trucks, and family entertainment. What’s more, the display is synchronized with a live performance by the Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Where: Bellevue Downtown Park
When: July 4th, 5 pm-11:30 pm fireworks at 10:05 pm
This fireworks display also has a bunch of options for attendees including food trucks, kids activities, and outdoor yard games. What’s not to love?
Where: Sammamish Commons
When: July 4th, 5 pm-10:30 pm fireworks at 10 pm
Happy 4th of July, Seattle!