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Jun 27, 2018

4th of July in Boise



Brigit See | Boise Events | View Counts (2996) | Return|

Are you spending the Fourth of July here in the Treasure Valley and need fun activities for the whole family? We have you covered! Below is a list of four events happening on the Fourth:

1. 13th Annual Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration

The fireworks show starts at Ann Morrison Park at 10:15pm. It is free to the public and the fireworks are synced with music from radio station, 107.1 K-Hits. There will be vendors providing food and beer for purchase starting at 4:00pm.

For more information on parking and other regulations, visit the city of boise website.

2. "We the People" Liberty Day Parade

This event starts at 11:00am and begins on 10th and Jefferson St. in Downtown Boise. The parade will head East on Jefferson to 4th St., turn right on 4th St., continue one block to turn right on Bannock St., and back to 10th St. The theme is ‘Keeping the Flame of Freedom’

Family Parade for 4th of July in Boise

Image Credit: 94.1 The Voice

3. Independence Day Festival (Meridian)

This event takes place at Storey Park in Meridian. It will begin at 3:00pm, and the fireworks show will begin at 10:15pm. There will be three-legged races and other games for the whole family, live music, and many food trucks! However, feel free to bring your own picnic.

For more information, click here.

4. Caldwell 4th of July Parade and Celebration

This event will take place at 9:00am at Memorial Park. Festivities for the kids include a ‘Bike Contest’ at 11:00am and a ‘Kids Watermelon Eating Contest’ at 11:30am. There will also be entertainment, vendors, and a car show. The fireworks show will take place at Brothers Park near Caldwell High School and starts at dusk, which seems to be around 10:15pm for other Fourth of July events. Make sure to bring a chair or blanket to sit on.

For more information, click here.

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