Jun 30, 2022 - Things to Do

10 places you can still watch fireworks in metro Phoenix

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Phoenix canceled its annual Fourth of July fireworks shows because of supply chain issues, but you can still catch fireworks displays in many other parts of the Valley throughout the weekend.

Phoenix Rising Stadium

Phoenix Raceway

Mark Coronado Park

Westgate Entertainment District

  • The commercial center by the Cardinals' stadium in Glendale will host its Firework Fest on Sunday starting at 5pm. Organizers will offer a shuttle from the parking lot at 91st Ave & Maryland and the display will start at 9pm.

McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park

  • The Red, White and Choo Choo event in Scottsdale begins at 5pm on Sunday and will feature dunk tanks, mechanical bull rides, fireworks and more. Tickets are $15 for people 13 and older and $5 for kids 3-12. Children 2 and younger are free.

Downtown Mesa

  • The Arizona Celebration of Freedom will conclude with a free fireworks show at 9:30pm Monday. Other activities, including a classic car show, historic reenactments and live music will begin at 6pm.

Gilbert Regional Park

Peoria Sports Complex

  • The All-American Festival will begin at 5pm Monday and includes a concert by Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers and a fireworks show at 9:10pm.

Wigwam Resort

  • Litchfield Park will host a Red, White & Boom celebration at the iconic West Valley resort Monday from 7 to 8:30pm followed by a fireworks show. The event is free but attendees are encouraged to pre-purchase their food and drink tickets.

Goodyear Ballpark

  • Goodyear promises a "mesmerizing patriotic fireworks show" at its Star Spangled 4th event at 9:30pm Monday.

Not fireworks but still cool: Tempe's Independence Day Celebration on Sunday will feature a "fire floom show" choreographed to music on Tempe Town Lake.

  • Chandler will feature a five-minute pyrotechnic show at 8:20pm on Monday as part of its All-American Bash at Dr. A.J. Chandler Park.

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