America’s Independence Day is a great time for families and friends to gather and celebrate with food, fireworks, and fun. No place celebrates the 4th of July better than Branson, Missouri where more than 7 firework displays occur over the holiday. An amazing array of firework displays, barbeques and activities drive thousands of families to travel to Branson each year to take part in all the fun. This year, let one of those families be yours!

Branson Firework Displays to Enjoy during the 4th of July:

Big Cedar Lodge Fireworks Display
Date: July 4th
Time: Begins at Dark (around 9:00-9:30)
Location: Big Cedar Lodge
Admission: FREE
Phone: 417-335-2777
Grab your blanket or your lawn chair and join us on the Big Cedar lawn to light up the night sky with a spectacular fireworks display. Listen to music set to the fireworks with your family and friends. You won’t want to miss this most patriotic of holidays at Big Cedar.

Branson Landing’s 1st Annual Liberty Light Up!
Date: July 3rd
Time: All Day with Concert at 7:30pm and fireworks at dark (9:00-9:30)
Location: Branson Landing
Admission: Fireworks are FREE; other activities do have a charge
The local community and visitors are invited to “Light Up” their Independence Day celebration a day early, beginning on Thursday, July 3rd with a host of family friendly activities and events planned throughout the day, ending with a special all-American musical tribute and state-of-the-art fireworks extravaganza! Beyond your standard July 4th fireworks celebration, the Landing’s first annual “Liberty Light Up” promises to light up the lives of young and old alike. From an outdoor “Red, White & Blue Town Square BBQ” sponsored by Famous Dave’s BBQ to some All-American family games and contests including, The Red, White & Blue Bubblegum Contest, The Boom Blaster, Hoola Hoop Contest, Uncle Sam Bean Bag Toss and more, the day’s activities will celebrate the American way of life!

Chateau on the Lake Experience Independence Day Celebration
Date: July 3-6, with Fireworks Display held on July 5th
Time: Fireworks will begin at dark (9:00-9:30)
Location: Chateau on the Lake
Admission: Fireworks are FREE; other activities do have a charge.
Experience Independence Day Chateau style under the most spectacular fireworks display in Branson. Summer is in full swing on the lake, in the mountains. After our outdoor BBQ event, complete with live music, we will light up the evening sky to celebrate Independence Day and you won’t want to miss it. The BBQ and fireworks will be on Saturday, July 5th. Make your room reservations early and enjoy a weekend full of activities.

Fireburst Fourth of July Celebration
Date: July 4th
Time: Begins at Dark (9:00-9:30)
Location: Kimberling City, but Fireworks can be seen by boat on Table Rock Lake or by land near and around the lake area.
Admission: FREE
Table Rock Lake is the perfect setting to enjoy an amazing display of beautiful fireworks. Whether by boat or by land, you and your family are in for a real treat during the Fireburst Celebration. The lake creates a mirror image effect, and the night sky, lit up in all its glory, is truly incredible.

Fireworks Display and BBQ
Date: July 4th
Time: Begins at Dark (9:00-9:30)
Location: Flat Creek Resort in Cape Fair
Admission: FREE
Phone: 417-538-2222
Join us for food, fun and fireworks!

Hollister’s 55th Annual 4th of July Celebration
Date: July 4th
Time: Begins at Dark (9:00-9:30)
Location: Hollister; Old Hollister Elementary School
Admission: FREE
The longest running fireworks display in Taney County, Hollister lights up the night sky with a dazzling array of fireworks.

Rockaway Beach July 4th Celebration
Date: July 4th
Time: Begins at Dark (9:00-9:30)
Location: Rockaway Beach
Admission: FREE
Phone: 800-798-0178
Join Rockaway Beach for an Independence Day celebration complete with Fireworks.

Shell Knob 33rd Annual Fire & Thunder Fireworks
Date: July 4th
Time: Begins at Dark (9:00-9:30)
Location: Shell Knob
Admission: FREE
Phone: 417-858-3300Fire and Thunder, in its 33rd year, is the longest consecutively running show on Table Rock Lake. This year’s display will once again be choreographed by Aaron Mayfield, an award-winning pyrotechnician. Fireworks will be fired from a site one mile east of the Shell Knob Bridge, and the display can be viewed by land or water. Good viewing locations include any spot with a clear view of the southwest side of Shell Knob Mountain.