Fourth of July Fireworks and Celebrations around the Tennessee Valley.

Independence Day is next week and many communities and organizations across the Tennessee Valley will be offering fireworks display.

If you know of a fireworks display and it is not on the list, send the information to news@wrcbtv.com

Monday, July 2, 2018

  • Lake Winnepesaukah – Fireworks 10:00pm

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

  • “Freedom Celebration” – Collegedale Veterans Park – Fireworks 9:45pm
  • “Pops on the River” – Chattanooga Coolidge Park – Entertainment begins at 5:00pm – Fireworks 9:45pm
  • “Patriotism at The Post” – Ft. Oglethorpe – Barnhardt Circle – Fireworks at dark

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

  • Altamont – Ballpark – Fireworks at dark
  • Athens Regional Park – Fireworks at 9:30pm
  • Cleveland – Bradley Commons – Fireworks at 9:30pm
  • Cohutta, GA – Shugart Park – 5K Starts at 8:00am – Fireworks at 9:45pm
  • Chattanooga Lookouts – AT&T Field Chattanooga – Fireworks after the game
  • Dalton- Heritage Point Regional Park – Fireworks at 9:45pm
  • Decatur – Meigs Co HS football field – Fireworks at dark
  • Dunlap 4th of July Music Festival – Dunlap Stage at Harris Park – Event starts at 10:30am – Fireworks 9:15pm
  • Etowah – The Depot – Fireworks at dark
  • Jasper – Victory Baptist Church – Fireworks at dark
  • Lake Winnepesaukah – Fireworks 10:00pm
  • Monteagle – Ballpark – Fireworks at dark
  • Rock Spring – Peavine Church- Fireworks at dark
  • Soddy Daisy – Soddy Daisy Lake – Fireworks at dark
  • South Pittsburg – Boatdock – Golf cart parade at 3:00pm CST – Celebration at 5:00pm CST – Fireworks at 9:00pm CST

Saturday, July 7, 2018

  • Hales Bar Marina – Fireworks at dark
  • Spring City – “Shake the Lake” Fireworks at dark

via WRCBTV.com