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Where you can watch fireworks in Utah this 4th of July weekend (safely)

These Utah cities are hosting parades, fireworks and other Independence Day celebrations this year

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While some Utah cities have canceled 4th of July events this year, other cities will still be hosting fireworks and other celebrations.
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Independence Day celebrations will likely look different than usual in many places this year.

Some Utah cities, including Salt Lake City, have canceled their 4th of July events to encourage social distancing. Meanwhile, other cities in Utah are holding events that will still allow for social distancing to take place.

Here’s where you will be able to watch parades and fireworks this July 4th.

Note: This list is not all-inclusive and events are subject to change. Email features@deseretnews.com with information, including location, dates and times, for any additional holiday events in Utah.

Cache County

Logan:

July 3 — 6 p.m.: Main Street Parade (cvcacruisein.com/main-street-parade)

Davis County

Clearfield:

July 3 — 9:45 p.m.: Drive-in Movie at Fisher Park

July 4 — 9 a.m.: Mayor and Council Parade

July 4 — 10 p.m.: National Anthem broadcast on Facebook Live (clearfieldcity.org)

Davis County:

July 4 —9 a.m.: Independence Day Air Parade with flyovers over Davis County cities (facebook.com/events)

Kaysville:

July 3 — 7 p.m.: Red, White & Zoom Along virtual concert

July 4 — 9 a.m.: First Freedom Responder Drive

July 5 — 7 p.m., Patriotic Live Stream with Operation Underground Railroad founder Tim Ballard (kaysvillecity.com)

West Bountiful:

July 3 — 10 p.m.: Fireworks display at Lakeside golf course.

  • Spectators are not allowed on the golf course (wbcity.org)

Garfield County

Panguitch:

July 4 — 10 a.m.: Children’s parade down Main St. and Center St.

July 4 — 9:30 p.m.: Fireworks show at Rodeo Grounds (panguitch.com)

Grand County

Moab:

July 4 — 9 p.m.: Fireworks display, synced to music at radio station 97.1 FM KCYN (discovermoab.com)

Iron County

Cedar City:

July 4 — 9:30 a.m.: “Let Freedom Ring” parade (cedarlionsclub.com)

Parowan:

July 4 — 10 a.m.: Main Street parade; fireworks display that evening at Iron County Fairgrounds (parowan.org)

Salt Lake County

Millcreek:

July 4 — 10 a.m.: Rolling Car Show, procession will move through Mount Olympus and East Millcreek neighborhoods.

  • Watch areas will be at Wasatch Jr. High and William Penn Elementary, residents are asked to social distance (ventureout.org)

Summit County

St. Regis Deer Valley Hotel:

July 3 — 9:30 a.m.: Slopeside Yoga

July 3 — 7 p.m.: Live music at the Astor Terrace

July 4 — 9:30 a.m.: Slopeside Yoga

July 4 — 1-3 p.m.: root beer float bar at the Astor Terrace

July 4 — 5 p.m.: balloon artist at the Astor Terrace (marriott.com)

July 4 — 7 p.m.: live music at the Astor Terrace

July 5 — 9:30 a.m.: Slopeside Yoga

July 5 — 7 p.m.: Live music at the Astor Terrace

Tooele County

Tooele:

July 4 — 8 a.m.: Virtual flag raising ceremony on Facebook Live

July 4 — 10 p.m.: Fireworks at Tooele High School (tooelecity.org)

Utah County

Lehi:

July 4 — 10 p.m.: Fireworks display at Thanksgiving Point.

  • Public viewing areas at Thanksgiving Point will not be open and residents are asked to watch the display from their homes (facebook.com/events)

Provo:

July 4 — 10 p.m.: Synchronized fireworks displays at Lavell Edwards Stadium, Footprinter Park, and Mountain View High School in Orem.

  • A soundtrack from KSL NewsRadio will accompany the fireworks.
  • Residents are encouraged to view the display from their homes or where social distancing is possible (freedomfestival.org).

Washington County

St. George:

July 4 — 7:45 a.m.: Parade starting at Tabernacle Street.

July 4 — 10 p.m.: Fireworks display launched from Tech Ridge, patriotic music synced to fireworks at radio station 99.9 FM KONY Country (sgcity.org)