Many Phoenix residents are ready to celebrate the most patriotic holiday just around the corner! The Fourth of July is full of fireworks, parades, and festivities just for you and your family. The local events will not disappoint. If you are searching for a way to say happy birthday to America, look no further than this list!

Freedom Fest:
July 1st- July 4th
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
7575 E. Princess Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85255

The Scottsdale Princess is no stranger to hosting holiday events, especially for the Fourth of July. The Freedom Fest is a lively celebration that invites the whole family to join in. You can expect to listen to live music, watch live performances, and find activities for everyone to participate in. There will be vendors with various food and drinks, along with carnival games and rides. Then, just like any perfect Independence Day celebration, the main event features fireworks that will dazzle the night sky. This is a must-visit event for anyone looking to celebrate Independence Day in Scottdale.

Avondale Light Up the Sky Independence Day Celebration:
July 4th, 2024
Phoenix Raceway, Phoenix International Raceway
7602 S Avondale Blvd
Avondale, AZ 85323

Get ready for the sky to shine brightly in Avondale on Independence Day. This vibrant festival is appropriate for all ages and includes a variety of entertainment. Listen to live music, eat from local food vendors, and shop from vendors. At the end of the evening, a spectacular fireworks show will illuminate the night sky. Happy Birthday, America!

Fabulous Phoenix 4th
July 4th
Steele Indian School Park
300 E Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85012

If you’re searching for a massive fireworks show, then head to Steele Indian Park in Phoenix. This family-friendly event draws large crowds for the fireworks and so much more. Check it out for food, drinks, arts, crafts, and other goods. The kids will enjoy rides, inflatables, activities, and more! This alcohol-free event is sure to please all attendees.

Tempe Fourth of July Celebration
July 4th: 4pm-10pm
Tempe Beach Park
80 W Rio Salado Pkwy Tempe, AZ 85281

The 73rd annual Fourth of July celebration in Tempe is set to knock your socks off. Admission is $5-$12 to enjoy bands all evening long. The party also includes local food vendors, kids activities, and much more. Don’t forget, the night sky will light up with a spectacular firework show at the end of the evening.

Scottsdale Fourth of July Celebration at Westworld
July 4th, 2024: 5pm-9pm
16601 N. Pima Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Scottsale’s 10th annual 4th of July is ready to kick off with a blast this year. Your admission includes the largest fireworks display in Scottsdale history! You can also enjoy a bull-riding rodeo, mutton busting for the kids, Parade of Heroes, and an array of health and wellness vendors. This year there will also be plenty of contests to participate in like Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers Summer Slider Eating Contest Championship, musical chairs, a cake walk and more. This event is worth the admission with something for everyone.

Gilbert 4th of July Celebration
July 4th: 4 pm-9:30 pm
Gilbert Regional Park
3005 E Queen Creek Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85298

Presented by Earnhardt Auto Group and Haydon Building Corp., the Gilbert 4th of July Celebration is ready to entertain! Headlining this year is the Kenny Chesney Tribute Band-Keith Ormrod. The crowds will also be wowed by aerial entertainment, drones, and an evening fireworks show. Bring the whole family to this free event and celebrate America!

Arizona Celebration of Freedom
July 4th: 6 pm – 10 pm
263 N. Center Street
Downtown Mesa

Admission is free to this celebration in Mesa. In addition to food, vendors, and fireworks, the event includes The Great All-American Car Show. Arizona’s coolest Independence Day event is sure to please the whole family.

4th of July Celebration: Apache Junction
July 4th: 6 pm – 9 pm
1091 W Southern Ave.,
Apache Junction, AZ 85119

While a bright fireworks display is on the agenda, so are a lot more activities for the day. During the day, sign up for a very competitive volleyball tournament. At night, join the town for an evening of celebrations. Head to Superstition Shadows Park, where vendor booths and activities will be set up for the kids. (No consumer fireworks, alcohol, smoking, or weapons are allowed). Live music begins at 6:30 pm followed by the fireworks at 8:30 pm. Admission is free