Utah Valley Moms will continue to update this list throughout the summer.
Saturday, June 6, Mesquite Park at 10 pm in conjunction with Family Festival
Saturday, June 6, Wride Memorial Park at dusk in conjunction with Pony Express Days
Friday, June 12, Neptune Park after the free concert in conjunction with Saratoga Splash Days
Saturday, June 13: Arts Park Main Stage: The Landsharks with pre-show warm up by magician Al Lampkin. Bring a blanket and chairs since bleacher seating is limited, and enjoy this evening of fun, family friendly entertainment. Admission is free to the public, followed by fireworks.
Fireworks – After the concert is the annual Art City Days fireworks extravaganza! A great finale’ to the festivities with oohs and aahhs all around! Choreographed explosions set to a musical background broadcast on 99.9 FM. You’ll view this this spectacular, colorful show in the Springville skies over the Arts Park, 700 South 1300 East.
Saturday, June 13, City Center Park at 10 pm in conjunction with Orem Summerfest
July 1 at dusk at Art Dye Park (550 E. 1000 N.)
Fireworks are a yearly tradition in Lehi during the city’s Independence Day (July 4) celebration. Don’t miss this display of light at Thanksgiving Point. Admission is free. Fireworks start just south of Electric Park at 10:00pm.
July 4 around 10:30 pm at the BYU Football Stadium. The fireworks will be following the Stadium of Fire concert. Fireworks can be seen from various locations around Provo.
July 11 around 10:30 pm at Art Dye Complex (550 E. 1000 N.) in conjunction with Steel Days
July 24 at 10:30 pm at the Sports Park in conjunction with Fiesta Days and Rodeo.
Bring your families & blankets and come enjoy some leisure time while listening to continuous music with the energetic band “Fire at Will” who will keep you all “fired up” with favorite, top-of-the-chart hits right up until the fireworks start!
The Sports Park Main Concession Stand will be open from 6:30 pm until just before the fireworks begin, so bring the family to enjoy ballpark hamburgers, hot dogs, nachos, chicken strips, pulled pork sandwiches, candy, drinks and other treats.
At approximately 10:30 pm the Fireworks Spectacular begins—the brilliant finale to a fun-packed celebration!
The 10:30 pm fireworks start time is an APPROXIMATION ONLY. The fireworks cannot begin until the Rodeo is finished. Because of the close proximity of the Fairgrounds and the Sports Park, the safety of the rodeo stock and cowboys would be at risk if we began the fireworks during the Rodeo.
August 8 around 10:30 pm at Creekside Park in conjunction with Alpine Days.