Looking for Fireworks? Here's a list of Fireworks Displays and Independence Day activities in West Georgia.
July 1-4 (Nightly)
50th Anniversary Fantastic Fourth Celebration:
1000 Robert E. Lee Boulevard
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
Lasershow & Fireworks: 9:30pm
Red White & Boom Fireworks & Expo
Expo From 4pm-8:30pm
Fireworks At 9:30pm
Olde Town, Hiram
Free Admission! Fidelity Food Zone, Interactive Games & Exhibitors, Hardy Family Fun Zone & Live Music!
Kennesaw - Salute to America
Downtown Kennesaw, 6pm-10pm
There will be with live music, festive street entertainment, food vendors, activities, and more.
Tallapoosa - Fireworks At Dark
Helton Howland Park, 9:30 pm • 2853 US-78, Tallapoosa 770-574-2345
Villa Rica 12th Annual Fireworks Display Extravaganza
V-Plex, 5pm – Until the fireworks display ends. Tons of activities and free admission.
1605 Highway 61, Villa Rica.
Highlights of this event will include: National Anthem 5:00 p.m. music by THE SUPER 5, Helicopter Rides from approximately 4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., carnival rides 4:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., face painting, balloon art, inflatable slides and so much more. Food and cold drinks will be available for purchase through concession stands and numerous vendors throughout the park. This event offers great activities and experiences for the whole family. The crowd is expected to reach over 15,000, so get there early.
The fireworks presentation will be conducted by East Coast Pyrotechnics which produces hundreds of July 4th shows each year.
Music and announcements are from 7pm to 7:30pm. The Super 5 will continue the entertainment with all-time party favorites from 7:30pm until the fireworks begin. Attractions and concessions will be available for all ages.
Limited parking will be offered at the park, and there are also several large parking lots in the area. Order VIP parking passes while supplies last for $10. For more information call 770.459-7011.
Acworth 4th of July Celebration
Acworth Beach, 4pm - 11pm 70.917.1234
The City of Acworth and the Acworth Business Association are presenting festive activities including live music and food vendors. The fireworks are scheduled to start at 9:30pm. Admission to the concert is free. Parking at Cauble Park is by special pass only on July 4; however free shuttles will be running from designated downtown shuttle stops.
Atlanta - 4th of July Celebration
Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta
Carrollton Independence Day Parade & Fireworks
The Carrollton Evening Sertoma will once again host the Carrollton People’s Parade on Tuesday, July 4, 2017 beginning at 10:00 a.m. The parade route will begin at Dairy Queen and end at Robinson Salvage (former K-Mart building.).
Fourth of July celebrations on the grounds of Carrollton Elementary School which offers ample room for all the lawn chairs and beach blankets of the thousands who gather at the free event. The 2017 Sounds of Liberty Concert by The Carroll Symphony Orchestra begins at 8:00 p.m. and builds to a thrilling fireworks display with everyone’s favorite patriotic melodies. 2017 will be the fourteenth year for the CSO to perform at The Sounds of Liberty.
The launch site for the fireworks show, presented by the Carrollton Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, is across Ben Scott Boulevard from the concert stage and will be located between the practice football field and the baseball field by Carrollton Junior High.
Cartersville - Stars, Stripes, and Cartersville & Fireworks Hike
Dellinger Park, 4pm-10pm 100 Pine Grove Rd, Cartersville.
Live music,crafts, a car show, food, activities, and fireworks at dusk. This is an all day event. Admission is free but parking is $5
A different option for watching the fireworks is is the Fireworks Watch Hike at Pine Mountain Recreation Area, 8:15pm I-75 Exit 288, east to West Loop Trailhead Parking 770.607.6173. This event features a guided 1.57-mile hike on the Pine Mountain Trail to the David G. Archer Summit, over looking Allatoona Lake, the Etowah River Valley, and the Fireworks Celebration below from Cartersville's Dellinger Park. Participants should bring a flashlight.
Douglasville Parade and Fireworks information
The July 4th parade will begin at 10am on Church Street in downtown Douglasville and continue to Selman Drive, 10am
Festival at Hunter Park runs from 11am to 2pm. $3 wristband for festival rides. Hunter Park is located at 8830 Gurley Road in Douglasville.
Parade begins at 10am and proceeds west down Church Street ($25 entry fee for floats). A new event this year is the Festival at the Park, 11am at Hunter Park
The annual Fireworks display presented by the City of Douglasville takes place at 9:15 PM. The best viewing locations are Arbor Place Mall and Wal-Mart parking lots.
Marietta 4th of July Celebration
Downtown Marietta, 10am - Dark
The Marietta Freedom Parade will start at Roswell Street Baptist Church traveling west on Roswell Street,north on East Park Square past Glover Park and the Square, down Cherokee Street and ends at North Marietta Parkway.
Food, concert, arts and crafts, and carnival activities will begin right after the parade ends.
Powder Springs 4th of July Celebration
Downtown Powder Springs, 7pm-10pm
Free and open to the public. Festivities include games, inflatables, vendors, and food followed by a fireworks show.
Tallapoosa Americana Fourth of July Celebration & Parade
Memorial Service, 10am
Veterans Memorial and Medal of Honor Park
Robertson Avenue, Tallapoosa