Pick Your Spot for Fireworks in the ATL

How about celebrating the Fourth of July at one of the more traditional ATL venues? Might be fun. 

  • Catch a high-flying fireworks show at Centennial Olympic Park for the 4th.
    Catch a high-flying fireworks show at Centennial Olympic Park for the 4th.
  • Stone Mountain's spectacular 4th of July celebrations are not to be missed.
    Stone Mountain's spectacular 4th of July celebrations are not to be missed.
  • Turn out for Independence Day fireworks and fun at Turner Field.
    Turn out for Independence Day fireworks and fun at Turner Field.

Atlanta loves the Fourth of July. Whether you are celebrating America’s birthday at a metro Atlanta location or at one of the more traditional ATL venues listed below, there are concerts, parades and children’s events happening in town and around town.

  • Centennial Olympic Park  
    Come on down to the heart of the city, starting at 6 p.m. on the Fourth of July. Enjoy free music presented by the United States Air Force Band of the West playing everything from Sousa to Broadway tunes to Top 40 hits. Fireworks begin at 9 p.m. 

  • Lenox Square 
    Lenox Square’s Legendary 4th of July celebration returns as it has every year for more than half a century. Music begins at 6 p.m. with Gump Fiction, followed at 7:30 p.m. with Party on the Moon. The largest fireworks display in the Southeast explodes at 9:40 p.m. 

  • Stone Mountain Park  
    The Fantastic Fourth Celebration runs from July 2 through July 5, with a patriotic fireworks display following the Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision all four nights. Stone Mountain was voted Best Place to See Fireworks by readers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The nightly shows begin with music and end with a bang.

  • Turner Field  
    Head to Turner Field to watch the Atlanta Braves take on the Philadelphia Phillies then stay for the post-game All-American Fireworks Spectacular. While you’re at it, have a hot dog. After all, that’s the official food of Independence Day, isn’t it? 

For more Fourth of July happenings, check our page.

Carol Carter writes and edits for Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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