Free–Or Cheap–“Days Of ’47” Holiday Weekend Family Fun
The COMPLETE Guide Of EVERY SINGLE FIREWORKS SHOW IN UTAH…Probably…
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Wednesday, July 23rd:
Bountiful Handcart Days: Grand Parade, 6pm. Fireworks at 10pm.
Thursday, July 24th:
Native American Celebration: Liberty Park, Salt Lake City 12noon to fireworks at 10pm. Admission is free.
West Jordan Utah Pioneer Days: Veteran’s Memorial Park, Thursday through Satuday. Most events are free, but the Osmond Pioneer Pageant held nightly is $6.00-12.00. Fireworks all 3 nights at 10pm.
Fiddlers & Fireworks: Heber Valley Railroad, at 7pm take the train and watch the fireworks on Utah Lake–lovely! Tickets are $30.00
Pioneer Days at This Is The Place State Park: 9a-5p, $11 adults $8 seniors and kids.
SL Bees vs. The Reno Aces: Smith Ballpark, SLC. Games held 7.23-24, games at 6:30pm, fireworks at 10pm. Tickets are $9-$28.00.
Cottonwood Heights Celebration: Butler Park 9:45 for fireworks. Celebrations start at 7pm, tickets are $13
REAL Salt Lake vs. Montreal Impact: Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy. Game at 8pm, fireworks at 10ppm. Tickets are $30-$100.00.
Layton’s Taste of the Town: 4-7pm, Layton Commons Park, wristbands are $1-10. “Riders In The Sky” have a free concert at 8pm.
Provo Pioneer Day Extravaganza: free, 10a-2p. Provo North Park.
Mapleton Days of ’47: fireworks at Mapleton City Park, 9:45pm.
Spanish Fork Fiesta Days: 7a-10p: finishes with fireworks and starts with a 5K. Grand parade at 9am, followed with a rodeo. Spanish Fork City Park.
Ogden Pioneer Days: Grand Parade at 9am, and fireworks at 9:30pm. Parade starts at Washington Blvd, 20-30th Streets.
Saturday, July 26th:
Tremonton City Days: the week-long celebration caps off with fireworks at Stevens Park at 10pm.