4th of July Weekend • Chattanooga 2023

Fun on the 4th“Chattanooga’s Official Independence Day Celebration”Miller Park •  “Fun on the 4th” Brought Back as Chattanooga’s July 4th Community Celebration! Fun on the Fourth will serve as Chattanooga’s official Independence Day celebration on Tuesday, July 4, with a free family event featuring nostalgic fun in the center of our downtown! • Showcasing the spirit of community with old-fashioned fun along with high tech entertainment, Fun on the 4th will fill Miller Park and the surrounding closed streets from 2:00 – 9:30 pm • There will be carnival games, a 50ft gondola Ferris wheel, vintage vendors & cars, art vendors, food trucks, cocktails, beer, and frozen drinks for purchase, live music on the Miller Park Stage all day long as well as a spectacular laser light show grand finale at 9:30 pm in Miller Park!
A schedule of diverse entertainment on the Miller Park stage will feature some of Chattanooga’s best-loved local bands with back-to-back music from 2:00 – 9:30 pm showcasing funk, alt-country, bluegrass, and old-school party music. The schedule features:



Red, White and Blue DayCreative Discovery Museum • Celebrate America’s birthday at CDM’s annual Red, White, and Blue Day! From noon to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, July 4, guests will participate in several themed crafts and activities that teach children and families about the reason the 4th of July is celebrated every year • Tickets are required and can be purchased HERE • Noon


4 On the 4th Pancake Run • Event by Fleet Feet Chattanooga • It’s almost that time again! Join us for our 7th annual* (you know what the asterisk is for) 4 on the 4th Pancake Run at Fleet Feet. What better way to start off your 4th of July than with running and pancakes! We’ll run at 8 am and then return for pancakes, fruit, juice, chocolate milk, and I’m sure there will be some whipped cream on the table as well. Did someone say mimosas? Okay, maybe there will be mimosas too. We’ll be open for business from whenever you arrive until 4 pm. Can’t wait to see you for this 4th of July tradition at Fleet Feet Chattanooga! • 8:00 am


Valkyrie Axe Throwing • Throw Axes on July 4th & Your 1st Beer is Free


West Village Chattanooga Hot Dog Battle • 3 Locations // 3 Unique Hot Dogs • Only $7 with a side! • Participating locations: Hotel Indigo // Marriott Chattanooga Downtown // Westin Chattanooga • No rsvp necessary! Grab your Independence Day crew and meet us in the Village • July 30th – July 4th


Lake Winnie 4th of July Fireworks at 10:00 pm • With rides and attractions for the entire family, Lake Winnepesaukah is recognized as one of America’s top ten family amusement parks for all ages. Plenty of shaded picnic areas, beautiful scenery, games, food, and more. Lake Winnie is sure to give your gang a good time! • Get Tickets & More Info Here


Spare Time ChattanoogaFourth of July • We’ll be open this July 4th and we’re here to celebrate freedom and fun with our exclusive July 4th offer: 1.5 hours of epic bowling, shoe rental, and a $5 Game Zone Card, all for just $17.76 per person


4th of July Parade, Firecracker Mile, Live Music, & FireworksTown of Signal Mountain •  Come enjoy the annual and traditional Signal Mountain July 4th celebration provided by the Signal Mountain Lions Club. This year, our usual fare of excellent BBQ and live music will be enhanced by additional vendors, a “bouncy house” and face-painting for kids and as much fun as you can fit into one afternoon. This event starts as soon as the parade reaches Althaus Park Pavilion. Come on over! • Fireworks at Dark • More Info Here • 9:00 am


 4th of July Fireworks Bradley Square Mall •  Bradley Square Mall Entrances will be open from 10:00 –  6:00 pm on July the 4th • The professional fireworks display Presented by Mt. Olive Ministries and Sponsored by Cleveland Ford & City of Cleveland is planned for around 9:15 pm. The launch site is Perry Stone Ministries offices (TL Lowery Building) located adjacent to Bradley Square Mall • Listen to Mix 104.1 for a synchronized music presentation • Please note that the ring road behind Bradley Place will be closed before and after the fireworks. You will not be able to drive in this area. In addition, the Bradley Place building will impede your line of sight to the fireworks. The best parking to view the fireworks would be the east side of the mall lot • We hope you have a safe and fun holiday • 9:15 pm (Cleveland TN)


4th of July Parade • Event by Stuart Heights Neighborhood Association • Get your strollers, bikes, and wagons decorated in red, white, and blue and join us for donuts and a quick parade. Meet at the Pavilion at 9:30 am


1945 Dade County Fair •  The 1945 Fair held each year on or about July 4th is a great family fun day. Activities start in the morning and last until the fireworks closes the day. There is no admission charge so you can bring all the family and even the relatives for a great day without breaking the bank! Activities for kids is part of the fun and helps parents enjoy their day too! The entertainment goes on most of the day. Each year a “headline” singer is chosen and delights the audience. A variety of music is available for your enjoyment. For adults there are exhibitors with their arts and crafts showing their work. Great time to get a gift for someone or just for you. Food is available and not only a great variety but also tastier then you can imagine • Live Music: Southwind Bluegrass on stage at 12:30 pm  in the park // SOLT Singers on stage in the park at 2:00 pm // Mechele Berry on stage in the park at 3:30 pm // Chris Shupe onstage in the park at 5:00 pm // Huntergirl will be the headliner and on stage at 7:30 pm • Fair Starts at Noon & Ends with Fireworks at 10:00 pm (Trenton GA)


4th of July Fireworks • Main Street Athens • The City of Athens and sponsoring committee will a Fireworks Display. The display will be held at Athens Regional Park, however the park will be closed for entrance. Grab a chair, blanket, your family & friends and find a spot nearby to enjoy it • 9:30 pm (Athens TN)


South Pittsburg Parks & Recreation • July 4th Celebration! • Free Food, Drinks, Inflatables, Games, Fireworks, & More • 5:00 pm


Old Timers’ ParadeDowntown Blue Ridge • This parade started in the 1950’s and it is a time for all of Blue Ridge to come together and celebrate the 4th of July as well as the way Blue Ridge, Georgia used to be. Bring your antique vehicles, dress in period attire OR not, it is up to you • 10:00 am (Blue Ridge GA)


Lake Blue Ridge Fireworks Lake Blue Ridge Dam • Fireworks are being put on by the Lake Blue Ridge Civic Association • Begins at dusk • Places for viewing: Morganton Point Recreation Area // From a boat in Lake Blue Ridge near the Lake Blue Ridge Dam // The Lake Blue Ridge Marina // Lake Blue Ridge Dam, as well as adjacent areas by the “tower in the lake” • 9:30 pm (Blue Ridge GA)


July 4th FireworksGA Mountain Fairgrounds • The prettiest place to watch fireworks on the 4th is at the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds! Family friendly and plenty of room for everyone to spread out and enjoy. Bring your American Pride and let’s celebrate America’s Birthday! Vintage Vixens will be performing their groovy tunes from 6pm-8pm. The all female band performs covers of some of the biggest hits from the 60’s & 70’s • 6:00 pm (Hiwassee, GA)


Downtown Summer Nights Decatur, TN • It is 4th of July week and you know what that means in Decatur — Fireworks and Aunt Betty!!! It has become a tradition here to celebrate our country’s independence by rocking to Aunt Betty and we are reviving that practice after missing out last year. So, this weekend’s Downtown Summer Nights event will Include Live Music from Chad Yates Opening & Aunt Betty Headlining • Music starts at 6:00. Fireworks after the music. Bring your lawn chair! • Food & Craft Vendors • 7:00 pm (Decatur TN) 


Sweetwater’s Independence Day Celebration Historic Downtown Sweetwater • We invite you to Celebrate Independence Day with us in downtown Sweetwater, Tennessee. Come out and join the fun with Live Music, Vendors, food, and Fireworks! • Schedule: Live Music : 4:00 – 6:00 pm • Parade: Line up at Walmart at 5:00 pm • Parade starts at 6:00 pm • Live music 7:00 – 9:00 pm • Salt & Light : Dancing in the streets! • Fireworks at Dark • 4:00 pm


 Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks •  City of Madisonville Tennessee Government • Bring the family out for an evening of food, entertainment, activities and fun as the City of Madisonville gets ready to light up the sky in celebration of Independence Day! • From Memorial Park all the way down Tellico Street to the Courthouse • The fun starts at 3:00 pm and the fireworks will begin at dusk 


4th of July Celebration • Dalton Parks and Recreation • Starting at noon when the pool and splash pad open and culminating in fireworks at 9:45 p.m. at Heritage Point Park, 1275 Cross Plains Trail. In between are children’s pageants, an old-timers softball game, adult softball tournament, corn hole competition, disc golf tournament, eating contests (Krystals, doughnut holes and doughnuts), wrestling matches and music • Starts at Noon with Fireworks at 9:45 pm


Open Today

Cherry Street Brewing
Hair of the Dog Pub 
Tony’s Pasta Shop
Naked River Brewing
Hutton Smith Brewing
The Big Chill
The Tap House
Old Chicago
Food Works


Closed Tuesday July 4th

Play Wash Pint
Pax Breu Ruim
Chattanooga Brewing Co
Cherry Street Tavern
Hello Monty
Hamilton Skate Place
Southern Squeeze
Oddstory Brewing
BeCaffeinated (Closing at Noon) 
Lil Mama’s Hoagies
Shady’s Corner
Oaks Coffee House
Goodmans Coffee Roasters
Amada Tapas
Amigo Hixson
Feed Co. Table Tavern
Gate 11 Distillery
Bantam & Biddy
Old Gilman Grill 
Mikes Hole in the Wall
Easy Bistro
1885 Grill
Mikes Tavern











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