Here’s a list of places you can go to in the Ozarks to watch fireworks this year.


Friday, June 28 at J.R. Martin Park (300 E. Hines St., Republic)

Sky High Fireworks Celebration
Saturday, June 29 at Nixa High School (514 S. Nicholas Rd., Nixa)

Honor America at College of the Ozarks
Saturday, June 29 at College of the Ozarks (100 Opportunity Ave., Point Lookout)

Sparks in the Park
Saturday, June 29 at Ash Grove City Park (300 E. Parkway St., Ash Grove)

Fireburst Fireworks over Table Rock Lake
Tuesday, July 2 at Kimberling City Bridge

Branson Landing’s Liberty Light Up Celebration
Wednesday, July 3 at Branson Landing (100 Branson Landing Blvd., Branson)

Purdy Community Picnic and Firework Show
Wednesday, July 3 at The Gathering Place (100 Business 37, Purdy)

Bolivar’s Celebration of Freedom
Thursday, July 4 at Southwest Baptist University (1600 University Ave., Bolivar)

Chadwick’s Fourth of July Fireworks
Thursday, July 4 at Chadwick Community Building (122 Oriole Dr.) and the Chadwick Rural Fire Department (6419 MO 125)

Marshfield Independence Day Parade
Thursday, July 4 in Marshfield

Rockaway’s Rockin’ 4th of July
Thursday, July 4 in Rockaway Beach

Ft. Leonard Wood’s Independence Day Celebration
Thursday, July 4 at Gammon Field (800 Iowa Ave., Fort Leonard Wood)

Big Cedar Lodge 4th of July Patriotic Picnic
Thursday, July 4 at Big Cedar Lodge’s Grandview Conference Center (190 Top of the Rock Rd., Ridgedale)

Hollister’s 4th of July Fireworks Show
Thursday, July 4 at Hollister Municipal Airport (60 Airport Dr., Hollister)

Fans-On-the Field Patriotic Fireworks Celebration
Thursday, July 4 at Hammons Field (955 E. Trafficway St., Springfield)

Chateau on the Lake’s Independence Day Celebration
Saturday, July 6 at Chateau on the Lake (415 N. State Highway 265, Branson)

Fireworks Over the Water and Duck Derby
Saturday, July 6 at Pomme de Terre Lake Dam (Hermitage)