Patriotic Concert & FIREWORKS, Estes Park
At 7 p.m., the Estes Village Band tunes up for its annual patriotic concert featuring the works of John Philip Sousa and others. The concert is free to attend and will be held at the Performance Park Amphitheater, at the west end of downtown.
The Big Bang Concert is everything you are looking for in one location! A view of the fireworks along with music, food, local craft beer and wine at the Estes Park Fairgrounds in the Grandstands.
The Fireworks Show (likely occurring if COVID restrictions continue to decrease and wildfires are not a threat) starts at 9:30pm over Lake Estes! You won’t want to miss one of Colorado’s most glorious fireworks displays! Find a grassy spot at Stanley Park, along the Lake Estes Trail or on your favorite mountainside to join in this annual tradition of national pride.
Estes Park Coolest Car Show
2021 marks the 23rd anniversary of the 4th of July Coolest Car Show in Colorado in Estes Park featuring classic and vintage cars, along with food, music, and family activities. The event takes place on Sunday, July 4 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Estes Park Events Complex located at the Stanley Fairgrounds. ==Admission to the Coolest Car Show in Colorado is FREE, but we are accepting donations this year ($5 suggestion). You will also be able to vote for your favorite car(s) by purchasing ballots for $1 each.
The Coolest Car Show in Colorado features everything from vintage cars to today’s state-of-the-art electrics. More than 100 vehicles, from “Steam-to-Electric” will be displayed. There will be local car owners from Estes Park and many more from throughout Colorado. ==Food and refreshments will be on sale at the Event Complex. Parking is FREE at the Events Complex! Tickets for the Big Bang Concert at the Estes Park Fairgrounds will be on sale at the food truck on site.
Rooftop Rodeo (Estes Park)
JULY 5-10, 2021
The Rooftop Rodeo is on for 2021! At this point, attendance is limited. Tickets on sale now!
There’s non-stop, rip-roarin’ cowboy action in store for rodeo fans at Estes Park’s annual Rooftop Rodeo, a PRCA sanctioned event. It has been recognized as the best small rodeo in the nation, along with being named the top medium-sized rodeo in the Midwest, and the #1 summer rodeo in Colorado by Real American Cowboy Magazine. Nightly professional rodeo performances, with world-class stock from PRCA Hall of Fame stock contractor Cervi Championship Rode.
Each night of the Rodeo features unique themes and/or promotions:
Monday, July 5 — Military Appreciation Night:Military personnel and their families pay just $10 per person for general admission
Tuesday, July 6 — Family Night: Tickets for children (ages 3-12) are just $5 each
Wednesday, July 7 — Locals Night:Locals receive a 25 percent discount on general admission with online coupon code “80517” (only when ordering tickets online or purchasing in advance at the Event Center office)
Thursday, July 8 — First Responders Night:First Responders and their families pay just $10 per person for general admission
Friday, July 9 — Fiesta at the Rodeo:Fiesta-themed live music before the rodeo and during Pre-Show
Saturday, July 10: Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night We encourage you to proudly wear pink to show your support for breast cancer awareness and research.
July 3rd == Denver: Coors Field: Post-game fireworks presented by Coca-Cola and King Soopers. Tickets are still available here. The game against the St. Louis Cardinals is scheduled for 7:10 p.m.
July 4th == Denver: Elitch Gardens: Fireworks will start when the park closes.
Ft. Collins / Loveland Fireworks
Fort Collins/Loveland: The City of Fort Collins has partnered again this year with the City of Loveland, Larimer County, and The Ranch Event Complex to host a drive-in fireworks show. Entry to the fireworks viewing at The Ranch is free and gates at the south entrance will open for vehicle entry at 6 p.m.
Entry to the fireworks viewing at the Ranch is free and gates at the south entrance will open for vehicle entry at 6 p.m. This year, close to 4,000 parking spaces will be available at the Ranch Events Complex, and partners from last year’s event are helping make adjacent properties available as alternate viewing locations. Patrons are encouraged to visit parking lots outside of the Ranch first, as wait times for entry and exit will be significantly less.
The Fireworks show will start at approximately 9:15 p.m. and conclude around 9:35 p.m. Onsite snack trucks will be available with options for purchase, and patriotic music will be played by Big Rob on local radio station 96.1 KISSFM to accompany the show and provide the full drive-in experience.
Check here for full event details, including an FAQ document and maps, in the coming weeks.
More Event Details:
Light snack vendors will be onsite ($) = No other vendors will be onsite
Restroom facilities will be provided
Viewers must remain either in or adjacent to their vehicles (except to use toilet facilities or grab snacks)
FIREWORKS at stadium cancelled in 2021.
Free Shuttles If you want to hike or picnic at Chautauqua, the Park-to-Park hiker shuttle will be running on July 3, 4 and 5, 2021 (8am-8pm) to help you avoid parking frustrations. Route map and details here. The Edlo Shuttle will also be running all weekend, so you can ride to Eldorado Canyon State Park.
Colorado Shakespeare Festival
Colorado Music Festival
Boulder Farmers Market
Louisville Slugger Independence Day Tournament
First Friday Art Walk
America the Beautiful at Spark
The City’s July 4th Concert and Fireworks Display have been canceled in 2021, but alternatives are scheduled.
Longmont Skyline Kiwanis, who raise money annually for the fireworks, are hosting a private event at the Fox Hill Country Club. Residents are asked to stay home and watch it from their porch.
Longmont Symphony Orchestra presents filmed Independence weekend performances, July 4 & 5in place of the Thompson Park celebration this year. The City of Longmont funds this important community event each year and was able to fund this year’s virtual concert, making the broadcast program a possibility.
Filmed Independence Day Performances July 4 & 5, 2021
The Longmont Symphony Orchestra and City of Longmont Community Services in collaboration with Longmont Public Media will present a specially filmed program of patriotic music on July 4th and 5th. This special presentation includes the debut of the symphony’s Super Conductor, Craig Mansanares and are being provided free to the public.
Click here for times and links to concerts.
*JULY 3rd* Festival: 5:00p.m. – 8:30p.m. = Fireworks begin at 9:00pm
Celebrate the strength and resiliency of our community and county by joining us at Bein Baseball Complex for an evening of entertainment. Fireworks have moved this year, and they will take place at 9:00 pm at Richardson Open Space. Viewing and parking are not allowed at this location as N Berthoud Pkwy will be closed during the show. Much like last year, the fireworks will be viewable from your front porch and the Bein Baseball Complex. Admission into the festival area will be free. Alcohol is not allowed outside of the Beer Garden sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce which will be located on the Bein South Baseball Field.
Kids Zone: Inflatable Slides, Noco Mobile Gaming, Face Painting, and Balloon Artist
Dodgeball; Concessions; Food Trucks; Beer Garden; Music.
4th of July
==Blues Traveler at Red Rocks, Morrison
==Zeds Dead at Mission Ballroom, Denver
==Deadbeats Backyard Jamboree featuring Zeds Dead, Denver
==Sarah Caton, The Stone Cup, Lyons 10am
==Big Band Concert, Rooftop Rodeo, Estes Park
==4th July Celebration, Boulder Symphony, Bandshell
==Summer Music in the Streets, Longmont
==Bowregard, Bonnie and Taylor Sims and Sugar Britches – Gold Hill
==Endurance House Longmont, Half & 5k
==Niwot Downhill Mile 6am/Niwot Mile 12pm
==Loveland Liberty 5K