Where To Celebrate Fourth Of July In Wichita

Celebrate America at Old Cowtown

1865 Museum Blvd, Wichita – 7 mins

Celebrate 4th of July early at the Cowtown Museum. Enjoy old fashioned baseball, gunfights, saloon girls, carnival games, sack races, burgers and beer. Purchase regular admission tickets for June 29th and spend the day 10am-5pm with fun food and people.

Park City Salute to Freedom

6801 N Hydraulic Ave, Park City – 12 mins

Start your 4th of July celebration off with movies in the park at sunset on July 3rd. The movie this year is The Secret Life of Pets. Starting early on July 4th is the car Show, clown and balloon twisting, inflatables, face painting, food vendors, stage events, car racing, kids carnival, parade awards, pet show show, fireworks and more.

Veterans Memorial Park Independence Day

329 Veterans Pkwy, Wichita – 5 mins

Recognize veterans and visit memorials as Wichita celebrates Independence Day. U.S Rep Ron Estes will speak amongst other activities. This recognition celebration starts at 10am on July 4th and lawn chairs are highly recommended.

Derby 4th of July Celebration

Derby Kansas area – 19 mins

Enjoy the various activities Derby has planned for 4th of July. There is a firecracker run, Independence Day parade, party in the park, bingo and fireworks in the park at 9:30pm. Food trucks will be available beginning around 7pm, hotdogs, Kona Ice, sandwiches, smoothies, BBQ and other snacks.

Red, White & Boom

400 W Waterman St, Wichita – 6 mins

Starting at 5pm the Red, White and Boom celebration takes place on the Hyatt Regency lawn, the Lewis Street Bridge and Water Street. The event will feature food trucks, a beer garden, a local band and finishing the night with fireworks over the Arkansas river.

Celebrate America Bradley Fair Jazz Concert Fireworks Show

2000 N Rock Rd, Wichita – 14 mins

Arrive early to get a spot for the free concert and firework show. July 4th Grace Kelly will be performing at 7:30pm and fireworks following around 9:30pm. Seating will be in the plaza near the band or on the grass area near the lake. Happy 4th of July!