Are you ready for some red, white, blue and Wichita fireworks? There are quite a few options this year (especially compared to last year) for 4th of July parades & fireworks displays in and around Wichita!
4th of July Fireworks & Parades in Wichita
Thursday, July 1 | 7:30 p.m. concert (Fireworks begin immediately after concert)
Enjoy music by Kayla Waters, award-winning urban jazz keyboardist. No registration is required. Grab your friends + family, a blanket, and some chairs to set up a picnic spot along the vast area that surrounds Bradley Fair Lake.
Sunday, July 4 | 5:30-10:30 p.m. (Fireworks begin at approx. 9:50 p.m.)
Sunday, July 4 | 12pm
We are so excited to announce Todd Volkmann from the Kansas Wildlife Exhibit will be our Grand Marshall leading the festivities! This year we will have free ice cream treats for parade participants. Before and after the parade, there are always fun things to do in the park.
Saturday, July 3 | 10am
Parade Route: Begins at Panther Stadium (just east of Madison Ave. and Woodlawn Blvd.), proceeds west on Madison to Georgie, south on Georgie to Market, east on Market back to the middle school.
View the parade route map
Sunday, July 4 | 6 p.m. (Fireworks begin at approx. 9:30 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.
- There will not be food trucks at the event. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
- 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]
Saturday, July 3 | 9am-8pm
Friday, July 2 | 7-10:30pm
Saturday, July 3 – Sunday, July 4
This years events will be broken up into 2 days, with the Parade, Fishing Derby, Hot Dog Feed and Water games on Saturday July 3rd. Concert and Fireworks on the evening of Sunday, July 4th.
Sunday, July 4 | Noon
Parade starts at noon, and a community social following the parade at Main Street Park with free ice cream, watermelon & popsicles, presentation of the flags by the American Legion & entertainment from the UMC Choir.