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Fresno 4th of July Fireworks and Fun

Sunshine, Barbecues, Family and Fireworks. No Fourth of July Celebration is complete without these four things!  We’ve rounded up the best family friendly Fireworks Independence Day events in the Valley we and put them all here on our site.  Take your pick and add the loved ones for a memorable Independence Day.

Fresno Grizzlies Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza

The Fresno Grizzlies will take on the Salt Lake Bees at 6:35pm on Tuesday the 4th. At the end of the Game Chukchansi Park will present “The Valley’s biggest 4th of July fireworks show”. Tickets start at just $8.00 when purchased in advance. The show can likely be seen from anywhere in the City or nearby as well. Those without children can get a great view of the fireworks from the nearby Tioga Sequoia Beer Garden, who will be having their own celebration complete with a live DJ and food trucks.

Bass Lake Fireworks Show

Enjoy a beautiful Fireworks show over the reflective Bass Lake.  We recommend that you get there early to stake out a spot and then spend the day on the beach barbecuing. Bass Lake is also great for swimming and boating activities.  The show is sponsored by the Bass Lake Chamber of Commerce. Fireworks are shot from a barge between the Pines Resort and the Forks Resort at dark around 9PM.

The Pines Resort will also hold its annual Independence Day celebration, with a Buffet style BBQ and live music by Niteflite on the lakefront Gazebo Deck.This event is open to public. You do not need to be hotel/Resort guest to attend. The cost is $65 for adults, $55 for seniors, and $35 for kids under 12. Reservations can be made by calling 559) 642-2585 x.444.

Sanger 4th of July Spectacular

The City of Sanger and the Sanger Chamber of Commerce hosts a great annual event. The fun starts at 5:30pm at Sanger High Practice Fields located at 1045 Bethel Ave in Sanger. There will be a Petting Zoo for the kids, and Live Music, and a Flag Retirement Ceremony by AMVETS Post 98, and of course a fireworks show at dusk.  Food is available for purchase, and there is no Outside Food, Drinks, Ice Chests or Pop-Up Canopies Gates allowed. The cost is $10 for a Parking Pass $10 that includes 4 admission tickets. Walk Up $3.oo each.

Clovis Freedom Fest

Clovis Kiwanis Club Hosts’ their annual Fireworks show event at Lamonica Studium at Clovis High School. The event will feature food, drinks, games, activities and live entertainment. General Admission is $5.00. Children aged 5 and under are free. The gates open at 4:00 PM, and the Show starts at 9:00pm. Clovis High Is located at 1055 Fowler Ave in Clovis, 93611. For more details, visit the Kiwanis website.

Star Spangled Review at WildWater Adventure Park

Spend the 4th with the family getting wet and staying cool at Wildwater. After the sun goes down, the park presents a themed fireworks show complete with music, and lasers.  General Admission is usually around $32, but on the 4th of July it is $37.00. You can purchase your tickets online in advance. WildWater Adventure Park is located at 1413 E Shaw Ave, Clovis, CA 93619.

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About Jenni Solla

Jenni and her family have lived in Fresno since 2010. Jenni believes that Fresno is not only a great place to live, but has also seen it grow and improve over the years she's lived here. Together with her husband Nathan, she is a founding partner at WorldLight Media LLC, a creative web design and marketing firm that has been in business for over 12 years and is headquartered in Fresno. Nathan and Jenni have two children, Their oldest is 13 and has been diagnosed with Autism. Their youngest is 10 years old. Things Jenni loves about Fresno: The sunshine, traffic (or lack there of), the small town feel combined with the big city conveniences, the local food, and her church.

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