4th of July Fireworks & Parades In & Around Wichita

4th of July Fireworks Wichita Riverfront Stadium


Summer brings pools, popsicles, and Wichita fireworks! There are quite a few options this year for 4th of July parades & fireworks displays in and around Wichita!

 This resource was last updated 6/6/23

4th of July Fireworks & Parades in Wichita

Wichita Fireworks

Riverlawn Family Fun & Fireworks

Wednesday, June 28th | 6pm

Bring the family to Riverlawn Church for  starting out with games, bounce houses, hamburgers and hotdogs, cotton candy and so much more!

All of the festivities will take place in the back parking lot of the church. Then at 9pm there will be an incredible fireworks display! Come out, bring the family and have a “blast”!

Bradley Fair Summer Concert Fireworks

Thursday, June 29th | 7:30pm concert (Fireworks begin at 9:30)

Grab your friends + family, a blanket, and some chairs to set up a picnic spot along the vast area that surrounds Bradley Fair Lake.

Based out of Kansas City, Low Pressure System has been making waves with their unique sound that blends rock, alternative, and indie. This dynamic band is sure to impress with their electrifying performance.

Red, White, & BOOM

Tuesday, July 4 | 6-10pm

Tuesday, July 4 the community is invited to this FREE event that gets underway at 6pm with the gates opening at Riverfront Stadium and food trucks staged around the Hyatt Lawn. Fireworks will light up the night sky at 9:40pm!
Riverfront Stadium
Gates open at 6pm for holiday-goers to enjoy the concessions in the stadium, entertainment provided by the Wind Surge and great seats in the stadium to watch the fireworks show!
Hyatt Lawn
A variety of food trucks will be onsite at the Hyatt Lawn for spectators to enjoy. Don’t forget to bring a blanket or lawn chairs to sit on while you wait for the show to start. Watching the festive fireworks from the lawn is a tradition you don’t want to miss!


Independence Day Parade

Tuesday, July 4 | 10am 

Parade Route: The parade begins at Panther Stadium, proceeds west on Madison to Georgie, south on Georgie to Market and east on Market back to Panther Stadium. 

Fire Station 81 Open House

Tuesday, July 4 | 10:30 a.m. to noon
715 E. Madison Ave.

Derby firefighters will have fire trucks on display along with the Fire Safety House
following the parade.

Fireworks in the Park

Tuesday, July 4 | 6 p.m. (Fireworks begin at approx. 9:40 p.m.)

Bring a blanket and lawn chair and enjoy a fun evening in Derby at High Park. You are welcome to bring a picnic dinner. 

  • ADA parking will be available at the Darrell Zimmerman Family Shelter parking lot.
  • No personal fireworks allowed in the park.
  • Questions? Call Public Works at 788-0301 or email [email protected].

El Dorado

Independence Day Celebration

Tuesday, July 4 | 9am-10pm 

Join the City of El Dorado Parks & Rec Department for an all-day celebration!


Goddard Fireworks Show

Thursday, July 1 | 7pm

Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the fireworks show provided by Goddard Lions Club. Event begins at 7 pm for an evening of Fun, Food, and Fireworks! 
Free hot dogs, chips, watermelon, and ice cream at the CDS baseball fields on Walnut – while supplies last! Fireworks start at dusk & there’s a free pool party till midnight after the show.


4th of July Celebration

Tuesday, July 4 | 8am

Beginning with the Independence Day parade at 8 am, followed by a full day of activities like frog races, free hot dogs in the park, water games, etc., and ending the day with a fireworks show at Riggs Park.


Parade & Family Social

Tuesday, July 4 | 12pm

Come join in the 4th of July festivities. Parade starts at 12 noon at Wildcat Boulevard and second Street then South to Main Street park. A family social will be held at Main Street park following the parade.

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Erin Bartel
Erin is a marketing consultant in Wichita KS. She spends her days helping local businesses and non-profits navigate the ever-changing waters of digital marketing and homeschooling her kids. She and her daughter also own Sassy Squid Ink, an imprint designing notebooks, journals, and sketchbooks. Married to her college sweetheart and the mother of 2, Erin's hobbies include bribing herself to exercise, traveling with (and without) her family, and trying to remember where she hid the chocolate.


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