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Around Town: 4th of July Firework Displays

*Due to Governor Ducey’s recent mandate to prevent spreading of the COVID-19 virus we recommend visiting websites for current status of events

City of Chandler (Updated 6/30/2020) In compliance with Governor Doug Ducey’s announcements and executive orders yesterday, changes to the City of Chandler’s programs, services and operations include the cancellation of the July 4th Fireworks Spectacular Drive-in celebration.

City of Goodyear (Updated 6/30/2020): Due to a new executive order issued by Governor Ducey today, the city of Goodyear has cancelled its Star Spangled Fourth Drive-In event. The Governor’s order prohibits gatherings of 50 people or more. In addition to the cancellation of the event, the city is also closing the Goodyear Community Park splash pad at 3151 N. Litchfield Road which will go into effect tomorrow, June 30, until further notice.

City of Maricopa’s 2020 Great American 4th Fireworks Show: The City of Maricopa will be hosting a fireworks extravaganza that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home and backyard. The fireworks display has been custom designed so Maricopa families do not have to leave their homes. The display will be held at two locations in the northern and southern parts of our city for all to see. The displays will occur simultaneously for about 15 minutes and feature high altitude fireworks that promise to fly higher than any of our previous shows. Fireworks start at 9:00 pm.

City of Mesa 2020 Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom: Maintain social distance with a FREE Drive-In Fireworks Show! The fireworks will be displayed while sponsor, 94.5 KOOL-FM, plays patriotic music you can tune in and enjoy. July 4 from 9 to 9:30pm, parking opens at 7pm and is limited to 1,500 vehicles. Fiesta Mall Parking Lot, 1425 W. Southern Ave., Mesa.

City of Peoria All-American Festival at Home (Updated 6/30/2020): As a result of the increase in community spread of COVID-19, the city of Peoria made the difficult decision to cancel the fireworks show previously planned at three locations for the All-American Festival at Home this Saturday, July 4. The health and well being of Peoria’s residents is the No. 1 priority so event organizers have decided to reimagine Peoria’s annual Independence Day celebration this year. The All-American Festival at Home will be a full day of fun activities easily accessible from computer screens, mobile devices and TVs. Residents can participate in a cannonball contest, take a tour of a fire station, learn about fire safety, get BBQ tips from local restaurateurs, play trivia and more with their families from the comfort of their homes. The city will also rebroadcast the best of previous fireworks shows at the end of the day. Tune into the show on the City of Peoria’s Facebook page, Peoria Ch. 11 through Cox Channel 11 and CenturyLink Channel 8509, YouTube at Digital Peoria and

City of Surprise (Updated 7/1/2020) : Surprise has made the difficult decision to cancel the July 4th Fireworks Display due to COVID-19. While there won’t be fireworks, we are going to be celebrating in a different way! Residents are encouraged to participate in our “Glow Off” contest. Details:

Gilbert Centennial 4th (Updated 7/1/2020): The Gilbert Centennial Fourth of July Celebration is canceled in order to comply with Governor Ducey’s Executive Order prohibiting the gathering of large groups. Thank you for your understanding as we do our part to slow the spread of

Schnepf Farms Hometown Fourth (Updated 7/1/2020): We love this holiday and everything it stands for. But these last several months have been difficult for nearly everyone. Sometimes it feels like it’s too much to handle.
Because of this crazy time, we are doing something different. First, we are cancelling the Hometown 4th celebration at the farm with food trucks, music, vendors etc., so no need to drive to the farm. Second, we are NOT cancelling the fireworks! Thanks to the continued partnership with the Town of Queen Creek, the fireworks show is happening. We are going to shoot off larger shells that go much higher so you can stay home with your families and friends and BBQ, laugh, talk and enjoy an incredible fireworks show. This year while we won’t gather on the farm, the fireworks will shoot off at approx 9pm. Please remember, do not drive to the farm to watch the fireworks. We will be closed and there will be no parking on the road shoulders.
Thank you. Have a safe and happy 4th. All of you who have purchased tickets will be issued a

Scottsdale 4th of July Celebration (Updated 7/1/2020): Scottsdale 4th of July at, WestWorld of Scottsdale is taking every precaution to deliver a safe “new-fashioned” DRIVE IN Patriotic Fireworks Show. Parking spaces are 20 x 20 feet — increased size for more social distancing. Staff wearing masks. Patrons must wear masks outside their vehicles, and can leave parking spots for restrooms or concessions only. (BTW restrooms are permanent structures 👏.) #MaskupArizona $25 a carload. Get tickets in advance & show on your phone for your convenience & faster entry at! Enjoy the holiday! Tickets $25 a carload. Gates open at 6pm, fireworks begin at 9pm. WestWorld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale.

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