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Provo Freedom Festival 2024

America's Freedom Festival at Provo impresses and makes you want to visit it again

Dates: July 2–4, 2024

Provo Freedom Festival

America's Freedom Festival at Provo is something significantly bigger than a hot air balloon festival. It's a non-profit event that celebrates the American values of God, freedom, family, and country. Provo Freedom Festival is one of the USA's longest and largest patriotic celebrations. The festival consists of various events taking place throughout the year. The events include speeches, parades, various contests, ceremonies, and concerts. But the core festivities are scheduled for the 4th of July weekend.

Balloon Fest at Provo (July 4–6, 2024)

The Balloon Fest, a part of America's Freedom Festival, is held in July and gathers over 25,000 visitors to enjoy over 25 giant balloons soaring up in the sky. They inflate and take in the air every morning from 6 am to 8 am during the fest. Also, the visitors can watch the pilots participate in the Hare and the Hound competition, where "hound" balloons release the bean containers onto a target laid out by the "hare." More interestingly, the fest offers ​​a balloon glow on Friday night, which lasts from 9:30 pm to 10:30 pm at Fox Field.

Stadium of Fire (July 4, 2024)

Stadium of Fire—is an amazing annual concert in Provo, part of the Freedom Festival series. Held at Lavell Edwards Stadium, the festival puts up one of the biggest firework shows in Utah and features the biggest rock and country stars, attracting thousands of spectators. With headliners like Keith Urban, Miley Cyrus, Blue Man Group, Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Cirque du Soleil, and Tim McGraw, this show shouldn't be missed. In 2024, the Jonas Brothers will headline Stadium of Fire! Visitors can also enjoy the Rockwell Uncommon Skydive Team, and the 300-member Zion’s Youth Symphony & Chorus. The patriotic extravaganza starts at 8 pm. Tickets are priced between $37 and $267.

Grand Parade (July 4, 2024)

One of the highlights of the festival, the Grand Parade, starts at 9 am. It is the largest of its kind in the Western states. The procession features floats, marching bands, giant balloons, equestrian units, local and national performers. About 300,000 spectators line the streets to watch the spectacle with music, dance, andvarious displays. The parade route begins at 1000 N. University Ave, proceeds on South to 200 S, turns east to 200 E, north to Center St, and then turns east and finishes at 900 E.

We suggest you check the official website to get more information about America's Freedom Festival at Provo and the Balloon Fest. If you are looking for a place to stay, use the map offering the best accommodation nearby.

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