This Fourth of July, you’ll be planning barbeques, picnics, and somewhere to celebrate the nation’s birthday. Well, here are some places around the area that deliver a stunning backdrop of fireworks and fun to your evening!
Where: Regions Bank Tower 1 Indiana Square in Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Details: Annual display shot from the top of the Regions Bank Tower, the biggest fireworks display in Indiana can be seen for ten miles around downtown Indianapolis
Where: Connor Prairie 13400 Allisonville Rd in Fishers, Indiana 46038
Admission: Adult: $31; Child: $12;
Details: The ISO will be performing patriotic music, including the 1812 Overture (that’s the one with the cannon) and ending with the Stars and Stripes Forever accompanied by fireworks.
Indiana State Fair – Lucas Oil Demo Derby Fireworks
Where: Fairgrounds 1201 E. 38th St. in Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
Admission: $8 fair admission; special events have additional pricing
Event Details: Grandstand event. Fair runs August 7-23, 2015 with lots of events every night!
When: Fireworks at Dusk
Where: Hoosier Park Racing & Casino 4500 Dan Patch Circle in Anderson, Indiana 46013
Event Details: Free admission, with unlimited carnival rides starting at $25. Fireworks and live music as well!
Plainfield Fourth of July Extravaganza
Where: Hummel Park 1500 S. Center St. in Plainfield, Indiana 46168
Admission: Fireworks free, other activities may include a fee.
Details: Events begin at 5pm with a bounce house, climbing wall and giant slide. At 7pm, there will be a concert by the Hendricks Symphonic Society, followed by the fireworks at dusk!
When: 5:30-11:00 pm
Where: Geist Reservoir Bridge 11691 Fall Creek Rd. in Fishers, Indiana 46256 Admission: Fireworks are free; some events/activities may include a fee
Details: Attendees bring lawn chairs to enjoy an evening featuring a boat parade, skydivers, music, food vendors, and a KidsZone, all topped by an amazing fireworks show scheduled to start at dark.
When: 2:00pm – 10:00pm
Where: Georgia Street – Downtown Indianapolis
General Admission: $20
Details: The inaugural INDYpendence: Concert for Cancer attracts over 5500 attendees on Georgia Street to raise money for the St. Francis Hospital Patient Assistance Fund and The Leukemia Lymphoma Society of Indiana. This year, Panic at the Disco will be performing!