The 4th of July is just around the corner! Have you been wondering where to watch fireworks in Boise? The Treasure Valley features many fun 4th of July events. Check out our curated list of fireworks shows in the Boise area. Plus, we’ve added a few extra Boise area events to keep you busy while you wait for the Fireworks Displays!
Where to Watch Fireworks in Boise
|Storey Park Fireworks Show
If you’re over on the Western side of the Treasure Valley, check out the City of Meridian’s Fireworks Festival. The event begins at 3 pm with inflatable toys, a climbing wall, and food vendors. Throughout the afternoon, enjoy live shows by Zach Quintana and Soul Patch. The gates to Stoney Park open at 7:00 pm, so go grab a good seat early. Fireworks begin between 10:15 and 10:30 pm. For more information on the event, visit www.meridiancity.org.
Don’t feel like sitting in the park? Consider picking up tickets to the Meridian Speedway’s 4th of July event, Stinker Stores Firecracker 50. Races start at 6:30 pm, and the fireworks display begins between 10:15 and 10:30 pm. Get your tickets early before the race sells out at www.meridianspeedway.com.
|Ann Morrison Park
If you’re looking for a day of fun in the Downtown Boise area, come out to the Ann Morrison Park for an eventful day of Independence Celebration. Start the day early at 7:00 am for the pancake feed, and then enjoy a full day’s line up of activities from Sidewalk Chalk Art to Family Fun and Games. The fireworks start at about 10:15pm, and they will be synced to music on 107.1 K-HITS! Read more at the Idaho Statesman.
|Boise Hawks – Memorial Stadium.
Looking for some real excitement on the 4th of July? Come out and watch the Boise Hawks play against the Tri-City Dust Devils. The game starts at 7:35 pm, and is followed by a fireworks show. Tickets are only $1 for ladies at the gate starting at 5:00 pm. For more details on the event, visit www.milb.com.
|Caldwell Fireworks Display.
This year’s Caldwell 4th of July celebration kicks off at 11:30 am with a parade, and then continues all day at the Caldwell Memorial Park. Enjoy a car show, local vendors, food, and fun for the kids. The fireworks display begins at dusk at Simplot Stadium. Visit the Chamber of Commerce for more details.
Liberty Day Parade. This year, Boise’s Liberty Day Parade has a special, 150 year theme: “Keep the Wagon Wheels of Liberty Rolling: 150 Years of Idaho Pioneers.” The parade starts at 11:00 am, and will begin at 10th and Jefferson, heading east on Jefferson to 5th Street. For more information about the parade, or to enter your group or float, visit www.boiseparade.com.
While you’re in the downtown Boise area, check out the “Those Who Served” Art Exhibition. This free art exhibition honors the men and women of Idaho who have served in the military. From the early settlement days to today, learn about the Idahoans who have served in the armed forces. The exhibit is located on the third floor of the Capitol building in the Public Lounge. For more information, visit www.idaho.gov.
Idaho Statesman Chalk Art Festival: Teams of up to 4 members create beautiful art using sidewalk chalk. Enter the event, or just stop by to browse the art and vote for your favorite chalk art design. Participant with the most votes will receive the People Choice Award. For more information, visit the event website at www.idahostatesman.com/chalkart.