🎆 Designates Firework Shows

Updated 7/4/22 at 5:25 am

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 Sunday, July 4, guests will participate in several patriotic-themed crafts and activities that teach children and families about the reason the 4th of July is celebrated every year • SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES: On-going from noon to 4 p.m. | Atrium | straw rockets, Declaration of Independence signing, and sparkler wands // Noon to 3:15 p.m. | Art Studio | Collaborative paintings of fireworks on American landscapes // 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. | Auditorium | Liquid nitrogen ice cream with sprinkles // 3 to 3:20 p.m. | Atrium | Dance Party with a balloon drop // 3:30 to 3:45 p.m. | Plaza | 21 geyser salute with Diet Coke and Mentos • As a thank you to those who protect and serve America, active duty military members and veterans will receive free admission to the Museum on July 4 for their families with presentation of a military ID (good for up to four guests). Please call (423) 648-6052 to reserve your free tickets • All activities included with Museum admission. Timed tickets are required and can be purchased HERE • Noon

 

Food WorksFourth of July Brunch from 11:00 – 4:00 pm

 

State of Confusion Fourth of July Brunch from 10:00 – 2:30 pm

 

4 On the 4th Pancake Run • Event by Fleet Feet Chattanooga • It’s almost that time again! Join us for our 6th 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 8:00 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 4:00 pm. Can’t wait to see you for this 4th of July tradition at Fleet Feet Chattanooga! • 8:00 am

 

🎆4th of July Parade, Firecracker Mile, Live Music, & FireworksTown of Signal Mountain •  The Firecracker Mile starts at 10:00 am and follows the July 4th parade route in Old Town on Signal Mountain. It begins on historic James Blvd. and finishes at the entrance to SMGCC. This is a one mile measured run. The Chattanooga Track Club will professionally manage the finish line and use RFID chip timing to ensure the most accurate finish times. • The Firecracker Mile will start immediately following the re-opening of historic James Blvd. in Old Town and will precede the July 4th parade. Plan now to be a part of the fun and see how fast you really are! • The annual parade will incorporate elements celebrating the heritage of the town and it’s citizens, along with that of our country. The Lions Club will continue their traditional BBQ picnic with more vendors, musical offerings and activities for kids and a spectacular fireworks celebration that night • July 4th BBQ & Bands • This year, the annual Lion’s Club July 4th BBQ will also be a co-celebration of the Centennial of the Town of Signal Mountain. In honor of this, the music this year will feature all local musicians. We will have a PA system with microphones and possibility for direct input for guitars and other instruments. There will be an electric piano if needed. Here is the schedule: 11-11:30 Dan Landrum and friends continuing from parade // 11:30 Marcie and Jeff Paulson, Tin Cup Rattlers // 12:00 Ken Holloway, including his original Centennial song // 12:30pm Announcement of Centennial Tree Awards // Dun Monroe with Centennial Poem // Signal Mountain Playhouse – Annie preview // 1:00pm John Harper // 1:30pm Ivan Chambers and Paul M. Hendricks • 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 10:00 am

 

🎆 4th of July at McLemore McLemore • Members, guests, friends & family, join us this year on July 4th for an Independence Day celebration at McLemore. The evening will begin with a golf tournament on the short course follow by a kid’s scavenger hunt. For dinner, a special summer menu will be served buffet style. This year, McLemore will host a Fourth of July event with activities for the whole family from a mini-tournament on the short course to live music by the Brassfield Band. There will be activities for children and families, such as a flag hunt and other games. The event includes a special summer dinner with (2) drinks for adults. The night will end with an epic firework show that will light up the sky over McLemore Cove. This is a celebration you and your family won’t want to miss! • Get Tickets Here • 4:00 – 10:00 pm 

 

North River Pub • Join us on July 4th! FREE BBQ! Cornhole Tournament! Beer! Celebration! • Cornhole Tournament Prizes: 1st – $25 Gift Certificate per teammate // 2nd – Beer Bucket per teammate // 3rd – $10 Food Voucher per teammate • 4:00 pm

 

The Dark Roast Chattanooga4th Of July Chants in the Void • Dead Mondays are BACK and occurring bi-weekly at the Dark Roast! • Doors at 8:00 pm show starts at 9:00 pm • $10 cover • Beer and wine available at the bar (21+)

 

🎆 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 // Katrina Barclay on stage in the park at 2:00 pm // Camden Smith on stage in the park at 3:30 pm // Corey Layne onstage in the park at 5:30 pm // Mitch Rossell will be the headliner and on stage at 7:30 pm • Fair Starts at Noon & Ends with Fireworks at 10:00 pm (Trenton GA)

 

🎆 Buddy Liner 4th of July Fireworks • Main Street Athens • The City of Athens and sponsoring committee will host the Buddy Liner 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)

 

🎆 4th Of July 8th Annual Music Festival • City of Dunlap TN • Live Music from Colonel Mustard & the Revolvers at 10:30 am // Legacy at 2:00 pm // Cody McCarver at 4:15 pm // Opening Act: Presley & Taylor at 5:30 pm // Headliner: Josh Gracin at 7:30 pm • Fireworks At Dark • Music Starts at 10:30 am • Free Entry (Dunlap TN)

 

🎆 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! • 9:30 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 Skelton Key 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 • Join the City of Sweetwater Monday July 4th in Historic Downtown Sweetwater for our annual Independence Day Celebration! • Enjoy performances by former American Idol contestant Josh Issac, Live Music by The Crew, vendors, kids zone, good food, dancing in the streets and of course, fireworks synchronized to music by WMTY 98.3! • We will have a parade at 3:00 pm to kick off the festivities. If you are interested in being in the parade, please meet at Sweetwater Walmart at 2:00 pm for line up. A short ceremony will be held at the gazebo downtown at the conclusion of the parade. Once the ceremony is over, the rest of the events will begin. Make plans to bring the family and enjoy all the fun! • 3:00 pm

 

🎆 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 • More Info & Full Schedule Here • Starts at Noon with Fireworks at 9:45 pm

 

Cherry Street Tavern • Closed July 3rd – 5th

 

Boneyard Bar • Closed Monday July 4th

 

Regan’s Place • Closed Friday & Saturday, July 1st & 2nd (Also Sunday & Monday Like Usual)

 

The Woodshop • Closed Saturday July 2nd (Also Sunday & Monday Like Usual)

 

The Book & Cover • Closed July 2nd – 4th

 

Pizza Bros • Closed July 4th

 

Culture Coffee Co. • Closed July 4th

 

Gate 11 Distillery • Closed July 4th

 

Easy Bistro & Bar • Closed July 4th

 

The Brew & Cue • Closed July 4th

 

Leroy’s • Closed July 4th

 

107 Chattanooga • Closed July 4th

 

Decaffeinated (ALL LOCATIONS) • Closed July 4th

 

Bleu Fox Cheese Shop • Closed July 4th

 

Pax Breu Ruim • Closed Monday July 4th

 

Amigo Hixson • Closed July 4th

 

Two Ten Jack • Closed Monday & Tuesday July 4th & 5th

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