July is right around the corner, which means you need to start making your plans for the many 4th of July firework celebrations that will happen in the region.

The great thing is that the fireworks throughout Northern Colorado don't all happen on the same day. Starting on July 1st, there are different displays that you can bring the family to and watch in wonder the different designs made as we honor America.

Look at your calendar, check out the below schedule, and see what works best for you and your family! We can promise you'll have a great time no matter what choice you make for the holiday!


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    Monday, July 3rd: Denver Civic Center Park Independence Eve Celebration

    This event happens at Denver's Civic Center Park, which is located at the intersection of Colfax and Broadway. It begins at 8 pm. Just a reminder that lawn seating is first come-first serve, and you can bring your own picnic with you! A concert, light show, and fireworks are all part of the fun.

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    Tuesday, July 4th: City of Brighton 4th of July Community Celebration

    The city of Brighton will hold their celebration on the 4th of July, with the events kicking off at 4 pm and wrapping up with the fireworks celebration later in the night. There will be events throughout the night for the entire family, and the fireworks should take off starting at 9:45 pm (weather permitting).

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    Tuesday, July 4th: Estes Park 4th of July Celebration

    The town of Estes Park will hold their annual holiday celebration with events happening all day including a car show at the Fairgrounds at Stanley Park. There will be music performances downtown that night, followed by the fireworks show starting at 9:30 pm with the fireworks lighting up the sky above Lake Estes.

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    Tuesday, July 4th: Fort Collins 4th of July Celebration

    The city of Fort Collins will kick off the holiday with their annual 4th of July parade starting at 10 am as it travels east on Mountain Avenue. Other events throughout the day include the FireKracker 5k, live music at City Park, and the fireworks celebration starting around 9:35 pm over Sheldon Lake.

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    Tuesday, July 4th: City of Greeley Independence Day Celebration

    The 4th of July celebration in Greeley is centered around the Greeley Stampede, and is one of the best celebrations in the state. The day starts with the Greeley Stampede Independence Parade starting at 9 am. The parade goes down 10th Avenue (starting at UNC) and heads to downtown Greeley. Fireworks will follow the Neal McCoy show on the Stampede Extraction stage, as they are tentatively scheduled for 9:30 pm that night.

    Jenny Harding, For TSM
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    Tuesday, July 4th: Loveland July 4th Celebration at North Lake Park

    The city of Loveland holds their festival each year at North Lake Park, with the day starting with the flag raising ceremony at 10:00 am. This will happen near the Lone Tree School House. There will be a car show, Loveland Concert Band, and booths throughout the day. It wraps up with the fireworks celebration around 9:17 pm over Lake Loveland.

    City of Loveland, Facebook
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    Tuesday, July 4th: 4th of July Windsor 2017

    The town of Windsor will have activities all day long on the 4th of July, starting with a four legged fun run which is a dog friendly race around Windsor Lake. This begins at 8 am. The fireworks will light off in Windsor around 9:30 pm on the 4th of July. Don't forget that there will be some great food trucks serving up some of your favorite food!

    Matt Sparx