July 4

July 4th Fireworks Show!

  • July 4
  • Three Different Locations!

    Provo and Orem

  • FREE
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Special fireworks show this July 4th!
At 10pm on July 4th, look up. Those lucky enough to be in Utah Valley will witness one of the largest, most thunderous fireworks spectacles in state history! The Festival has partnered with NuSkin, Provo City, Utah County, and other supporters to give residents a stunning show, fitting for our nation’s 244th birthday. Three simultaneous locations: LaVell Edwards Stadium at BYU, Footprinter Park in southwest Provo, and Mountain View HS in Orem. See the show from all around the valley, with a special soundtrack playing on KSL Newsradio to accompany the fireworks.
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Fireworks Show Details

Three synchronized displays will occur on July 4 at 10pm. The fireworks will reach a height of 1,500 feet, twice the height of fireworks at a normal
Stadium of Fire show. Spectators can tune in to KSL NewsRadio to listen to patriotic music that
corresponds with the fireworks.

Best Viewing Locations

Onlookers are encouraged to watch the fireworks from near their homes or at viewing locations
where social distancing is possible. It’s not necessary to be close to the fireworks to see them; the three simultaneous shows will be visible from miles away.


Lavell Edwards Stadium – 1700 N Canyon Rd, Provo, UT 84604

Orem Community Park –  581 W 165 S, Orem, UT  84058

Footprinter Park – 1350 W 1150 S, Provo, UT 84601



The Best of Stadium of Fire on KSL!

Before watching our big fireworks display at 10pm on July 4th, tune in to KSL-TV at 9pm for “The Best of Stadium of Fire.” This one-hour broadcast celebrates some of the most exciting and inspiring moments from our iconic annual Independence Day spectacle! Co-hosted by The Talk’s Marie Osmond and legendary actor Lou Diamond Phillips, Saturday night’s special broadcast will highlight performances from past headliners including Carrie Underwood, OneRepublic, Brian Regan, and The Beach Boys, plus moving patriotic tributes and incredible stunts.

2020 Events Postponed

Events postponed until 2021 include Stadium of Fire, the Grand Parade, the Balloon Fest, Freedom Days, and all other Freedom Festival events previously scheduled to occur this summer. However, this spring’s student art, essay, speech, and teacher contests—all of which are virtual—are still ongoing. The submission deadlines for these contests have been extended to May 18th, 2020.

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