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47 Epic Fireworks Shows in Utah That Will Blow You Away This Year

Big or small, Utahns know the secret to epic fireworks shows: community. It doesn’t matter whether you attend the Stadium of Fire at Lavell Edwards Stadium with your 64,000 closest friends, or a small-town gathering in Milford. The 4th of July is all about lying on a blanket, snuggled up next to your loved ones, watching fireworks and remembering that America is a pretty great place.

BEAVER COUNTY

1) Fireworks celebration in Greenville

5 miles west of Beaver City on U-21. Fireworks at dusk.

2) Firework celebration in Milford

Fireworks at dusk.

BOX ELDER COUNTY

3) Alligner Park, Bear Lake

Fireworks at dusk.

4) Rees Pioneer Park, Brigham City

800 W. Forest St. Fireworks at dusk.

CACHE COUNTY

5) Soccer Fields, Hyrum

100 S. 800 E. 10:30 p.m.

6) Rodeo Grounds, Lewiston

Fireworks at dusk.

CARBON COUNTY

7) Carbon County Fairgrounds, Price

450 S. Fairgrounds Rd. Fireworks at dusk.

8) Park Pavilion, Scofield

Fireworks at dusk.

DAGGETT COUNTY

9) Dutch John

Fireworks celebration near the church and school. 9:30 p.m.

DAVIS COUNTY

10) Fisher Park, Clearfield

920 S. 1000 E. 10 p.m.

11) Davis High School, Kaysville

325 S. Main St. 10 p.m.

12) Ed Kenley Amphitheater, Layton

403 N. Wasatch Dr. 10 p.m.

GARFIELD COUNTY

13) Ruby’s Inn, Tropic

26 S. Main St. Fireworks at dusk.

GRAND COUNTY

14) Lions Back Campground, Moab

Sand Flats Rd. Fireworks at dusk.

IRON COUNTY

15) Brian Head Resort

329 Highway 143. Fireworks at dusk.

KANE COUNTY

16) Jacob Hamblin Park, Kanab

9:30 p.m.

MILLARD COUNTY

17) Fairgrounds, Fillmore

Fireworks at dusk.

MORGAN COUNTY

18) Morgan High School, Morgan

55 N. 200 E. 10 p.m.

PIUTE COUNTY

19) City Park, Circleville

10 p.m.

SALT LAKE COUNTY

20) Holladay City Hall, Holladay

4580 South 2300 East. 10:10 p.m.

21) Copper Park, Magna

2600 S. 8941 W. 10 p.m.

22) Murray Park Softball Field

296 E. Murray Park Ave. 10 p.m.

23) Spring Mobile Ballpark, Salt Lake City

77 W. 1300 S.

Fireworks following the Salt Lake Bees vs. El Paso game. Tickets starting at $12.

24) Jordan Park, Salt Lake City

1000 S. 900 W. 10 p.m.

25) Sugarhouse Park, Salt Lake City

1300 E. 2100 S. Fireworks at dusk.

26) South Towne Promenade, Sandy

W. 10000 S. 10:30 p.m.

27) Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy

9256 S. State St. Fireworks following the Real Salt Lake vs. Orlando game. Tickets starting at $30

28) Veterans Memorial Park, West Jordan

1986 W. 7800 S. 10 p.m.

SAN JUAN COUNTY

29) Centennial Park

900 S. 300 W. 10 p.m.

SAN PETE COUNTY

30) High School Stadium, Manti

Fireworks following the parade.

31) Center Street Ballpark, Moroni

10 p.m.

32) Mount Pleasant City Park, Mount Pleasant

1000 S. State St. Fireworks at dusk.

SEVIER COUNTY

33) Centennial Park, Monroe

10 p.m.

34) Outdoor Arena, Salina

Fireworks following the rodeo.

SUMMIT COUNTY

35) Oakley Recreation Complex, Oakley

Fireworks following the PRCA Rodeo. Tickets $15

36) Park City Mountain Resort, Park City

1345 Lowell Ave. Fireworks at dusk.

TOOELE COUNTY

37) Tooele High School Stadium, Tooele

301 W. Vine St. Fireworks following the ABBA Concert. Tickets $5

UINTAH COUNTY

38) City Park, Vernal

900 W. 500 N. Fireworks at dusk.

UTAH COUNTY

39) Thanksgiving Point, Lehi

10 p.m.

40) LaVell Edwards Stadium, Provo

349 E. University Parkway.

Fireworks following the Stadium of Fire concert with Journey. Tickets starting at $35

WASATCH COUNTY

41) Memorial Hill, Midway

40 River Rd. 10 p.m.

WASHINGTON COUNTY

42) City Public Works Building, Hurricane

200 N. 600 W. 10 p.m.

43) Dixie Sunbowl, St. George

100 S. 400 E. 10 p.m.

WEBER COUNTY

44) Huntsville Town Park, Huntsville

200 S. 7400 E. 10 p.m.

45) Liberty Park, Liberty

4100 N. 10 p.m.

46) Pioneer Stadium, Ogden

700 Canyon Rd. 10 p.m. Tickets starting at $13.

47) Riverdale Park, Riverdale

4300 S. Parker Dr. Fireworks at dusk.

We’ve probably missed a celebration or two in this list. For instance, some communities host their fireworks celebrations on July 3rd. If your community isn’t hosting an epic fireworks show, visit one that is!

Catherine Rees
Catherine is a lifelong resident of Utah. She's a writer, researcher and observer of the human condition.