Thursday, July 1
Millington, TN | USA Stadium Complex | 4885 Bill Knight Road! | 6:00- 10:00 p.m.
Join Millington Parks and Recreation for our Annual Flag City Freedom Celebration on Thursday, July 1st at the Millington Sports Complex, located at 4885 Bill Knight Road! A spectacular fireworks show and music by Sherry Oke! The gates open at 6:00 PM and fireworks will begin at sundown. Parking is $5 per vehicle. Parking is also very limited.
Munford, TN |Poplar Park | Dusk
Bring your chairs, bring your blanket, and enjoy an evening of fellowship while celebrating our independence with a free fireworks show at Poplar Park. Stay tuned on the event Facebook page for more event details TBD!
Friday, July 2
Olive Branch, MS | Olive Branch City Park | 8267 Goodman Rd. | 4-11 p.m.
Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to Olive Branch City Park for this free event. Enjoy Kids Zone, great food vendors and a huge fireworks display set to music. Gates open at 4 p.m. Entrances will be blocked once the park is filled to capacity.
Due to COVID-19 in Shelby County, there will be no children’s activities this year.
Downtown | Autozone Park | 200 Union Ave | 7:10 Game Start
Come join us for our first night of celebrations! The first 1,000 fans will receive a Memphis Redbirds Flag Trucker hat courtesy of Prairie Farms . For access to all-you-can-eat burgers, hot dogs, chips and cookies be sure to purchase a Cookout Specialty Ticket.
It’s also Dress Like A Dad BBQ Night! Fans are encouraged to dress in dad attire for the opportunity to win great prizes from our partners at Home Depot. Prizes include lawnmowers, leaf blowers, grills and more!
Saturday, July 3
Fourth of July Parade Celebration, Black and Brown Pride
Hickory Hill | 3110 S. Mendenhall Road | 3 p.m.
The Hickory Hill neighborhood will put on a fireworks display for people who cannot attend the Downtown Memphis fireworks show. During the July 3 event, community members can expect to eat, drink, dance and watch a fireworks display as they support Black-owned businesses in the area.
Memphis | Overton Square (Tower Courtyard) |
Join Overton Square on Independence Day with the family in Chimes Square. Bring a chair or blanket to listen to the Bugaloos and enjoy refreshments by Tipsy Tumblr. Make it a picnic and order pick-up from any of our OS Restaurants! This event is FREE.
Horn Lake, MS | Latimer Lake Park | 5633 Tulane Rd | 4:00-10:00 p.m.
Don’t miss the City of Horn Lake’s grand fireworks display, presented by Belhaven University. Bring your picnics and blankets for fun, entertainment and fireworks. There will be Food Vendors /Kids Zone/Live Music from the 41st Army Band 7:00pm-9:00pm
Fireworks start at 9:15pm. Free parking and free admission.
Collierville, TN | 6:30pm-10 p.m. | W.C. Cox Park | 440 W. Powell Road
Don’t miss this community Fourth of July celebration at the annual Collierville Independence Day Celebration where there will be food, entertainment, and a spectacular fireworks finale at 9:00 pm. Stay up to date with event information by following the Town’s social media: @townofcollierville. The rain date is Monday, July 5; the shuttle service will not be provided this year.
Downtown Memphis | AutoZone Park | 200 Union Avenue | 5 pm
On Wednesday, July 3, join the Redbirds in commemorating our nation’s independence during the Independence Day Celebration presented by AutoZone! Gates open at 5:00; the game is at 6:35. Highlights include a jersey auction benefitting the Redbirds Community Fund and a postgame fireworks display. There is also a cookout specialty ticket deal, which includes a game ticket and an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring hamburgers, hot dogs, potato chips, cookies, bottled water, and Coca-Cola products ($23 Dugout/$20 Field Box). The night concludes with the largest postgame fireworks show in AutoZone Park history!
Sunday, July 4
High Point Neighborhood Parade
Memphis | Mimosa and Aurora Circle | 9:00 a.m.
Bring your bike for this fun neighborhood parade (the longest running one in the city). A firetruck leads the way and turns on the hoses at the end. Popsicles are available at the conclusion as well. This year, cars and other motorized vehicles can do a longer route that ends at Cheffie’s!
Pidgeon Estates Neighborhood Parade
Memphis | 10:00 a.m.
Memphis | Peabody Elementary | 2086 Young Avenue | 1pm
All are welcome to come out and celebrate the 4th of July with popsicles, side walk chalk, and a short parade near Peabody Elementary. Every year is slightly different but it’s always a blast to hang out with the neighborhood and celebrate this patriotic holiday.
Germantown | Municipal Park S Germantown Road | 5pm-9:00 p.m.
Germantown’s favorite event of the year is back and better than ever! Celebrate the nation’s birthday with live music, moon bounces, games, and food trucks beginning at 5 p.m. and a spectacular fireworks display just after 9 p.m. Live performance by The Memphis Wind Symphony and its 65 members.
Whitehaven | Elvis Presley’s Memphis | 6285 Snowden Ln | 9 p.m.
Celebrate the Fourth in the way only Graceland can, with an Elvis-themed fireworks spectacular! Bring the family and enjoy an evening hosted by DJ Argo of SiriusXM Elvis Radio, who will share unique stories of Elvis and Graceland. After the sun finally sets, it’s time to celebrate America as the sky lights up with an unforgettable fireworks display set to Elvis music Free Admission includes parking at Graceland’s main parking lot and access into Elvis Presley Memphis Ticket Plaza.
Downtown | Autozone Park | 200 Union Ave | 6:35pm Game Start
Our Independence Day Celebration concludes on Sunday, July 4, with postgame fireworks presented by AutoZone.It’s also Ice Cream Sunday! All kids under 12 will receive a free ice cream sandwich upon entering the ballpark courtesy of Prairie Farms.
Once again, fans can enjoy the all-you-can-eat buffet with burgers, hot dogs, chips and cookies with the purchase of a specialty ticket.