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What is there to do in Spokane on the 4th of July?
There’s a lot to do in Spokane on the 4th of July, with one of the biggest being fireworks! There will be three fireworks displays across the Spokane region this Fourth of July:
- Idaho Central Credit Union 4th of July Celebration 2022 at Riverfront Park (free, downtown Spokane)
- Liberty Lake Summer Festival: 4th of July Fireworks (free, Liberty Lake)
- 4th of July Fireworks at Avista Stadium (price of Spokane Indians single day ticket)
For the Riverfront Park 4th of July celebration, you can celebrate almost all day beginning at 12 PM! Here is the schedule for the downtown Spokane fireworks:
12 p.m.: Food trucks and market vendors open
More than 20 vendors will be located across the park all day. Riverfront attractions including the Numerica SkyRide, Skate Ribbon, and the Looff Carrousel will be open.
6 p.m.: Pavilion opens for seating and refreshments
Concessions, beer, and wine will be available. Concertgoers are invited to bring their own food and beverages (no outside alcohol, please). Chairs will be available for seating in front of the stage on a first come, first serve basis. Blankets and low-backed, beach-style chairs are permitted on the lawn.
8:50 p.m.: Fairchild Air Force Base Honor Guard Presentation of Colors and National Anthem
9 p.m.: Spokane Symphony in the Pavilion, with musical director James Lowe
10 p.m.: Fireworks
Fireworks will be set off at the Lilac Bowl and will be viewable from many locations around downtown including the Pavilion.
Where else can you celebrate the 4th of July around Spokane?
Celebrate the 4th of July at Beck’s Harvest House in Green Bluff!
“Join us Friday through Sunday to spend 4th of July weekend walking through our orchard, enjoying fresh meals on our Dining Deck, and topping it off with a piece of homemade apple pie and vanilla ice cream right beside Mt. Spokane. And don’t forget, our farm is located in the heart of Green Bluff, featuring amazing scenic views which will leave you feeling mesmerized during the holiday.
We invite you and your family to come join us for 4th of July weekend! We’re open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10am-6pm.”
Fireworks at Silver Mountain Resort
“We will be launching the fireworks from the back of our gravel parking lot. The show will start at 9:55 PM when the sky is dark enough for a spectacular show!”
Fireworks Extravaganza at Coeur d’Alene City Park and Independence Point
Head over to CdA from 9-10 PM for fireworks! Learn more here.
Independence Day Extravaganza at Northern Quest
Head over to Northern Quest Casino for an entire day of family-friendly activities, including a fireworks display! Learn more here.
A Note on Fireworks Displays Around the Spokane Area
Make sure to double check before you head out to celebrate – in years past, fireworks events have been canceled due to fire danger. Just Google before you go!
Spokane Fireworks 2022 FAQ
Where can you light off fireworks in Spokane?
Fireworks are illegal in most of Spokane County, and even though Spokane received a lot of rain in 2022, it’s still not a good idea to shoot them off for many reasons, including fire danger!
However, you can still see some incredible fireworks displays around Spokane, including:
- Fireworks at Riverfront Park
- 4th of July fireworks at Liberty Lake
- Fireworks at Avista Stadium after the Spokane Indians game