The 4th of July - shore to shore

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Kenmore 4th of July
By Diane Hettrick

There's an advantage to having water on each side. You have the option of viewing fireworks shows from neighboring cities and towns.

We have two big nearby shows - or you can just find a nice vantage point to watch the shows over the water.

On Lake Washington, the City of Kenmore puts on a big party at Log Boom Park.

Fourth of July Fireworks Show - Kenmore

Watch the night sky light up and have a fun-filled Fourth of July! The Kenmore Fireworks Show presented by Frank Lumber blasts off at 10:00pm from the Log Boom Park pier 17415 61st Ave NE.

Prior to the fireworks show, join in the festivities with fun activities and food vendors from 7:30pm to 10:00pm. The event is free and all you need to bring is a blanket or chair!

This event draws a crowd and parking is limited. Make plans to bus, ride, or walk to Log Boom Park via the Burke-Gilman trail. As a reminder, personal fireworks are prohibited in Kenmore city limits.

Other shows on Lake Washington

Kirkland - Marina Park - 10:15pm
Bellevue - Bellevue Downtown Park - 10:05pm

Puget Sound

Edmonds: On Puget Sound, the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce throws a huge 4th of July celebration - a parade and events starting at 9am, and going all day until the big fireworks show at 10pm at Civic Stadium.

9:00 a.m.
Children’s Parade
11:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
Edmonds Firefighters Waterball Competition (City Park, 3rd Avenue South and Pine)
2:30 p.m.
Food Vendors and Evening Entertainment (Civic Stadium, 6th and Bell)
6:00 p.m.
Brackett’s Beard and Mustache Contest
9:15 p.m.
Fireworks (Civic Stadium, 6th and Bell)
10:00 p.m.



Kingston: Across the water from Edmonds, Kingston will celebrate the holiday with Tiny Town for kids at the Village Green, live music at Mike Wallace Park, a traditional parade through the town, and a spectacular fireworks at dusk.

Fireworks over Gasworks Park in Seattle

Lake Union in Seattle has the big Seafair event at Gasworks Park and South Lake Union Park

12:00 noon to - 11:00pm
Cost: $40-60 for reserved seating

One Lake. One Fireworks Display. Two Different Experiences.

Voted one of the nation’s best fireworks shows by USA Today and Business Insider, the show features fireworks with fantastic displays fully choreographed to Seafair's custom musical score, simulcast on WARM 106.9

At Gas Works Park: Gates open @Noon. Fireworks @10:15pm. Throughout the day, guests can enjoy food vendors, live entertainment and exhibit booths. For those 21+, quench your thirst in our beer garden. Kids of all ages are invited to participate in the All-American Games featuring pie-eating contests, sack races and more. 

Admission is free, but to guarantee the best views of the fireworks over Lake Union, reserved seating is available for purchase by clicking on the tickets icon to the right. UPDATE: WEST RESERVED SEATING IS SOLD OUT! EAST RESERVED SEATING AVAILABLE.

At Lake Union Park: Gates open @3:00pm. Fireworks @10:15pm. New this year - 21+ location at Lake Union Park. Limited reserved seating and expansive beer garden. Tickets available here.

Don't miss this special celebration of our nation’s independence with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Seafair Summer Fourth during Seafair's 70th Anniversary!



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