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4th of July Events & Fireworks 2024

Chattanooga has prepared lots of fun for you on Independence Day

Dates: July 2–4

4th of July Events & Fireworks

Chattanooga is the fourth-largest city in Tennessee. It’s a wonderful destination for a much-needed vacation or weekend getaway. As for the 4th of July, Chattanooga knows how to paint the town red. It has plenty of events, fireworks, street food, festive drinks, and lots of fun.

Red, White, and Blueberries (July 2, 2023)

Red, White, and Blueberry-themed market is an annual market nestled at First Horizon Pavilion. Featuring live music on the Lodge Cast Iron Stage and goodies from local artisans and craftsmen, this event is a go-to celebration in Chattanooga on the 4th of July.

Fun on the 4th! in Miller Park (July 4, 2023)

Chattanooga's official 4th of July celebration is held at the newly renovated Miller Park in downtown Chattanooga. This central city park offers an aesthetic leisure area, making for an excellent venue for special events like Fun on the 4th! You can count on free family-friendly entertainment.

Star-Spangled Picnic (July 4, 2023–unconfirmed)

How about a brand new way of celebrating Independence Day on the lawn of the Chattanooga Theatre Center? This outdoor party features BBQ by Sugar’s Ribs, ice cream from Clumpies, adorable music by the Premiere Jazz Orchestra, and an ambient atmosphere. The celebration kicks off at 5:30 pm; the admission fee is $50, $10 for ages 12 and under.

Pops on the River & fireworks (July 4, 2023–unconfirmed)

Pops on the River is a free outdoor patriotic concert by the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera (CSO). Located on the North Shore in Coolidge Park, the event also features performances from veteran songwriters with “Operation Song.” The celebration starts at 5 pm, while the fireworks kick off approximately at 9:45 pm.

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