Where Are Fireworks Around Sacramento?

Sacramento will be celebrating the 4th of July 2008…all over the Sacramento County area with spectacular shows.  In honor of our fallen heroes and those serving our Country it only seems befitting for each of us to display the American flag at our homes. It would be great to see each homeownerapartment dweller, and renter in Sacramento displaying our American flag.

This year with all the fires throughout our great state of California and having to breathe the smoke-filled air over the past few weeks, please let the professionals handle the fireworks. We don’t need any additional, accidental fires…

Below is a list of professional firework displays for your July 4th Celebration (for more detail information just click on the highlighted link for each City since several have all-day events that would be fun to attend):

Have a safe and fun July 4th!  Happy Independence Day!

To find out where the fireworks displays and fun activities are for the day, be sure to click and read more.

Sacramento, CA

Cal Expo and the City and County of Sacramento 

July 4, 2008, Cal Expo will again put on the largest display of fireworks beginning at 9:30 p.m…gates open at 6:00 p.m. Free admission, $8 parking fee. You are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets.

Carmichael, CA

July 4th Parade starts are 10:30 am, come for the fun and food. Fireworks will display at La Sierra Community Center around 9 p.m.

Citrus Heights, CA 

Fireworks is held at Sunrise Mall begin at 7:30 pm with live music and 3-D glasses to view the fireworks starting at 9:40 pm.

Elk Grove, CA 

Salute to Red, White & Blue at Elk Grove Regional Park at 9:45 pm is a favorite all-day event with food, games, vendors and just plain fun.

Folsom, CA

 fireworks at Pro Rodeo  in the Dan Russel Arena nightly from July 3-5, 2008. All other firework displays cancelled

Rancho Cordova, CA 

will celebrate at Hagan Park with 2 days of fun, parades, food, concerts ending with fireworks displays both Friday, July 4th and Saturday, July 5th.  

Due to the extreme fire danger, many of the County’s have restrictions in place and some have even banned the road-side fireworks being used in their respective areas. Be sure to check out whether or not you can use fireworks prior to purchasing them.  

It’s best this year with all the many fires throughout California to leave the fireworks to the professionals and just sit back and enjoy.

Tahoe’s Fireworks

South Lake Tahoe

will be having Lights on the Lake 

North Shore at Lake Tahoe  

Squaw Valley Fireworks Extravaganza, July 3, 2008 at 9:00 pm and Kings Beach on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore, Tuesday July 3, 2008 at 9:00 pm

Tahoe City’s July 4th Celebration begins at 9:30 pm at Commons Beach

Incline Village celebrates Red, White and Tahoe Blue  starting July 2-4 at the Village Green

Truckee, July 4th hometown parade starts at 10 am and fireworks at 9:00 pm at Donner Lakes West End Beach (beach access is limited to homeowners & local residents)


Auburn, CA

Gold Country Fairgrounds  appears at this time not to have fireworks this year

Lincoln, CA

Lincoln celebrates July 4th

“America the Beautiful” parade starts at 9:00 am on D Street

 Rotary Club Beer Garden & BBQ from 11:00 am till 9:00 pm at McBean Park (just off Hwy 65 and Route 193 in the heart of Downtown Lincoln

Miss Lincoln pageant, pony rides, petting zoo, train rides, bands and of course food are just some of the fun things to do July 4th in Lincoln at McBean Park

Fireworks show starts at 9:30 pm

Roseville, CA

Start off your July 4th celebration in Downtown Historic Roseville with an early morning 10:00 a.m. parade that ends at Royer Park for loads of fun, food and games from 11:00-2:00 p.m.

Then high tail on over to Placer County Fairgrounds for the 9:30 pm July 4th Fireworks show.

Yolo County Fireworks

Davis, CA

will celebrate with a party at the Community Park with free swimming, vendor and entertainment will be present with fireworks kick off at 9:30 p.m.

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