Where To Celebrate the 4th of July in Tallahassee, FL 2012
Celebrate America at Tom Brown Park
Since 1985, this has been a tradition among Tallahassee residents to head to Tom Brown Park. Food, Fun for kids of all ages, Entertainment and Fireworks is the venue for Tom Brown Park. Open to the public and a FREE Event for all. Parking is limited, and shuttle buses running from the Koger Center on Capital Circle NE, just South of St. Augustine Rd., will be running before and after the event. Bring Lawn chairs, blankets, extra clothes for little ones and be prepared for a full day of outdoor events! (Alcohol and Animals are prohibited!)
See a Naturalization Ceremony, enjoy music and entertainment from two stages, bring the little ones for pony rides, bouncing houses, let them slide down water slides and enjoy some face-painting and hands on activities.
The Fabulous Thunderbirds are this year’s headline act featuring original member Kim Wilson. The evening will come to a close with the breathtaking “Sky Concert” fireworks display, powered by the City of Tallahassee Your Own Utilities, featuring some of the industry’s latest pyrotechnics. Celebrate America’s “Sky Concert” is one of the most spectacular fireworks displays in the region.
Sopchoppy, FL Fireworks Display
In nearby Sopchoppy, Florida another 4th of July Festival and Fireworks Event takes place beginning with a parade at 10:00 am, then events and entertainment in the Myron B. Hodge Park at 12:30. Admission is $3.00 into the Park. Fireworks at 9:00PM.
Carrabelle, FL Fireworks Display on the River
A little further down coastal Highway 98 you run through Carrabelle, FL. The riverfront is where you will find fireworks here at the Riverfront Park at dusk! Don’t forget that the Big Bend Saltwater Classic starts July 6th at the Marina.
Apalachicola Survives Tropical Storm Debby, and the July 3rd Celebration is On!
The Historic Apalachicola Main Street Program will be sponsoring a July 3rd Independence Day Celebration on the Riverfront Park in downtown Apalachicola. The day begins with the traditional Red, White and Blue parade at 6:30 pm with an ice cream social after the parade on Riverfront Park. A fireworks display will take place over the Apalachicola River at Riverfront Park. Celebrate our survival as a nation and as a community in Apalachicola!
Tallahassee, FL Neighborhood Fireworks Displays
Several Homeowner’s Associations offer residents Fireworks Displays, Golden Eagle Plantation, Summerbrooke, Killearn Lakes, Killearn Estates. These are ticketed or monitored events for neighborhood residents only. Wondering if your Tallahassee neighborhood has celebrations or gatherings? Have home-buying questions? Being involved in your neighborhood association is a great opportunity for you to meet your neighbors and be a part of your new home’s community.
Check the Weather before you head out – It may be a stormy day this year – And our Tallahassee Fireworks may be postponed!
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