The Fourth of July in Branson MO is always sure to delight and we have compiled a list of the best fireworks shows in the area below!
All events listed will have free admission. Most, if not all, also have food, drinks, and souvenirs available for purchase.
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Branson Landing Fourth of July Liberty Light Up Celebration
You can always count on the Branson Landing Fourth of July show to be a spectacular sight. Branson Landing’s 15th Annual Liberty Light Up celebration begins at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 3 and runs through 10:30 p.m.
The celebration features a concert featuring a couple of cover bands – The Dirty Saints and Damsel.
The Dirty Saints were voted best cover band by Springfield’s 417 Magazine in 2018. They play a vast selection of songs from 80’s rock bands such as Journey, Van Halen, Styx, Foreigner, and Whitesnake.
Following the concert, there will be a choreographed fireworks display above the waters of Lake Taneycomo.
Branson Landing also promises some surprise guest performances, so there should be plenty to keep the whole family entertained!
Fireburst fireworks show in Kimberling City
Fireburst is another long-standing, Independence Day celebration for the Branson area.
For over 30 years Kimberling City has put on this fireworks show near the Kimberling City Bridge (just a few minutes of drivetime from downtown Branson!) that can be viewed by land or boat.
This year it will be on Friday, July 1 and will start around dark (approximately around 9 p.m.).
Hollister’s 68th Annual Fireworks Celebration
The celebration begins at Chad A. Fuqua Memorial Park starts with performances beginning at 6 p.m. on Monday, July 4. At the time this article was written, city officials were still deciding on performers, but you can check out their website closer to the event’s time for more information.
At dusk, the singing of the national anthem will begin.
Finally, to end the evening, Hollister Mayor David G. Tate will countdown to a hand-lit fireworks show at roughly 9:15 p.m.
Rockaway Beach’s “Rockin’ 4th of July”
Rockin’ Rockaway Beach 4th of July celebration is going on its 57th year.
It will feature craft and souvenir booths, kids games and prizes, and other fun activities starting at 4 p.m. on Monday, July 4.
The fireworks will begin at dark.
Rent a boat and hit Table Rock Lake to see multiple Fourth of July Branson shows at the same time
If you prefer a more intimate setting with your family, you can always rent a boat from one of the marinas at Table Rock Lake to watch the fireworks from the water.
You will be able to view a couple of area resorts’ nearby displays for certain and you’ll likely catch a few others, albeit further away.
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