Where Independence Day Fireworks Are - 2016
|Fireworks at Hall County's Laurel Park|
How did fireworks become our favorite 4th of July pastime? Because John Adams wanted us to.
Here you go, in no particular order:
Saturday, July 2: Hall County's Show is at Laurel Park at 3100 Old Cleveland Hwy, Gainesville GA. Gates open at 10 a.m. Enjoy the sports facilities, playground, splash pad, dog park and views of Lake Lanier. Live music will be provided throughout the afternoon, featuring performances by local artists Jonathan Jackson and The Wheelcats. A spectacular fireworks display, provided by Hall County Government, begins at dusk. Parking is $10 per car. Vendors include Kona Ice, Snowie, Brusters, Sweet Butts BBQ, Bucket O'Shrimp, North Georgia Boy Scouts and The Peanut Guy. Other activities include bounce houses, airbrush tattoos and crazy hair. Beautiful show to enjoy from your boat on Lake Lanier.
|Fireworks at Laurel Park|
Friday, July 1: Young Harris College hosts American Pride and Summer Jam Laser Spectacular. Take a break from the real sun and experience a cool indoor oasis during this family-friendly show!
Saturday, July 2: In Flowery Branch, Sterling on the Lake hosts an Independence Day Celebration that's open to the public. Live music, raffles and family fun.
Saturday, July 3 and Sunday, July 4: Lake Lanier Islands hosts a weekend celebration beginning Friday night with live music at The Sunset Cove Stage, and fireworks on both Saturday and Sunday nights. Beautiful show to enjoy by boat on Lake Lanier.
Sunday, July 3: Cumming Fairgrounds Fireworks on July 3rd plus a steam engine parade on July 4th with fun on the fairgrounds.
Monday, July 4: City of Dawsonville's Fireworks show "Sparks in the Motorsports Park" is at Atlanta Motorsports Park at 20 Duck Thurmond Road, Dawsonville GA. Festivities will include food vendors, crafts, popcorn, activities for the whole family, dunk tank, snow cones, bouncy houses, music (Scott Walker Band) and more.
Monday, July 4: City of Braselton's Festival in the Park with a Parade. The Braselton Park is located on Harrison Street – one block off of Hwy 53.
Monday, July 4: City of Dahlonega's 4th of July Celebration is in Downtown Dahlonega at the University of North Georgia Drill Field.
Monday, July 4: Demorest's 4th of July Celebration begins at 11 am with a parade, food, arts and crafts with activities for the kids.
Monday, July 4: City of Helen's fireworks celebration is behind the Alpine Village Shoppes and Helen Welcome Center.
Monday, July 4: In Blairsville, you'll want to be at Meeks Park for 4th of July Fireworks.
Monday, July 4: Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds in Hiawassee has a fireworks celebration you can enjoy from your boat on beautiful Lake Chatuge or from the fairground.
|One last shot of the fireworks at Laurel Park.|
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