BOOM! Ooooh! Aaaahhhh! When I think "America" I think parades with tractors, corn on the cob dipped in butter, browsing handmade goods at festivals and lots of beautiful fireworks. Thankfully, Hamilton County has you covered on July 4th festivities no matter what type of celebration you want to have.
Fishers Freedom Festival
Kick off July 4th festivities during the last weekend in June. Located at Roy G. Holland Memorial Park, here you can enjoy fine arts and crafts, live music, a children’s tent, parades and fireworks. Admission is free but donations are encouraged toward local food pantries.
Noblesville July 4th Parade and Fireworks
The Noblesville Fireworks Festival Committee is proud to present the 10th annual Fourth of July celebration this year beginning with a parade through town. Following the parade, the fun continues for families with live music, games, inflatables, food and other entertainment and activities from at Noblesville High School. The celebration wraps up with fireworks lighting up the sky.
Wear your most patriotic hat for this year's "Hats off to America" parade. With the patriotic parade, spectacular Centier Bank fireworks, fantastic entertainment, Indy Connect CarmelFest Has Talent Vocal Competition, festival food and shopping MarketPlace – CarmelFest offers something for everyone.
Glorious Fourth at Conner Prairie
Take a trip to the past and participate in authentic Fourth of July fun straight from the 1800s. Conner Prairie is hosting its annual red, white and blue weekend filled with patriotic feasts, games and balloon rides. Stick around for the Symphony on the Prairie series of Star Spangled Symphony that runs July 1-4. Celebrate America’s birthday with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s annual performance to salute to military service members with spectacular fireworks.
Westfield Rocks the 4th
At this annual Fourth of July festival at Grand Park, expect nothing less than great food, fun activities for the kids and family and plenty of local retailers, car show and live entertainment!
Lights Over Morse Lake Festival
The festivities in Cicero begin June 30 and continue with fish fries, games, carnivals, outdoor movies, concerts, Cicero's Got Talent and it all ends with a celebratory fireworks display over the lake.
Now that you've got the low down on all the fun Fourth of July celebrations, which one(s) are you going to choose? Let us know if there are additional festivals going on in Hamilton County that we may have missed. Tag us on social using #VisitHC / @VisitHamiltonCo to share how you spend your time celebrating America!