Your Guide to the 4th of July

The biggest holiday of the summer is this weekend and the Cedar City Tourism Bureau has your guide to the 4th of July events, fireworks and adventures!

Brian Head Fireworks: Monday July 4th at 10pm, Brian Head Town Park

Brian Head Resort’s Independence Day Extravaganza will be rocking the mountain starting July 1st. The Resort is hosting the party with music, beer, food, vendor booths, mountain biking, and so much more! Admission is free. Beer tickets are $6. For more information, call (866) 930-1010 or visit

Looking for an adventure Saturday night? Check out the Star Party at Cedar Breaks National Monument.

The 11th Annual Cedar Breaks National Monument Wildflower Festival start July 2nd. Participate in guided hikes at 10am and 1pm to learn about the wildflowers, how to identify them, and much more. Festival highlights include special activities on weekends and Zion Canyon Field Institute classes. For information call (435) 586-9451 or visit

Cedar City Fireworks: Monday July 4th at 10pm, Cedar City Airport

The Cedar City Independence Day celebration starts at 9:30am with a parade down Cedar City Main Street (200 S to 400 N) followed by activities in the Main Street Park. Admission is free. For more information, call (435) 463-5501.

An Interfaith Patriotic Program will be held July 3rd at 7pm at Christ the King Catholic Church (690 S Cove Dr, Cedar City). Celebrate the 4th with live music performed by area musicians. Admission is free. For more information, call (435) 590-9276.

Celebrate the opening of the Utah Shakespeare Festival in the newly finished Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts. Both matinee and evening performances are offered. Enjoy backstage tours, seminars, and play orientations. For tickets and information call 1-800-PLAYTIX or visit

Duck Creek Village Laser Show: Monday July 4th at Dark

The Duck Creek Village Annual Independence Day Celebration will be held from 8am-11pm. Beginning with the CMFPD Pancake Breakfast (CMFPD Fir Station), 6:30pm Parade from DC Dance Hall, 4-9pm Live Music in the Duck On In Saloon, and finish the day with the Star Spangled Tribute Laser Light Show at Dark.

Enoch City Fireworks: Monday July 4th at 10pm, Old Town Park

The Enoch City 4th of July celebration begins at 2pm in the park with a Car Show, Flag Raising, Hobby Booths, Pinewood Derby, Horseshoe Tournament, Races for all Ages. Enjoy a hot dog BBQ at 6pm. For more information, call (435) 586-1119.

Join Enoch City for a Freedom Run 5K July 4th at 7am in the City Park (1600 Jones Rd). Registration is $20, and all runners will receive a high quality athletic T-shirt. Packet pickup will start at 6am at the pavilion near the starting line. Online registration.

Parowan City Fireworks: Monday July 4th at Dusk

The Parowan City 4th of July celebrations starts with the parade down Main Street at 10am and continues with Fireman Games in the park. For more information, call (435) 477-8190.

Don’t forget Parowan’s July Concert Series held July 1st at 8pm at the Parowan City Park (Main Street). Admission is free, but please bring a blanket or chairs for seating. For more information, call (435) 477-8190.

Firework Use Within Cedar City Limits

All Classifications of fireworks that are permitted by State law may be used within Cedar City limits at times prescribed by state law. It is recommended that fireworks only be used in large open spaces where conditions are present to provide for fire control. Such recommended places include the South parking lot of Cedar High School; the parking lot at the Constitutional Softball Park; the aquatic center parking lot; the Iron Springs Elementary parking lot; the Canyon View Middle School parking lot; and any other location that the Cedar City Fire Department may recommend.

Discharge times are between the hours of 11am and 11pm except as noted. Discharge dates are July 1 – July 7 (July 4 hours extended to midnight) and July 21 – 27 (July 24 hours extended to midnight). For more information visit

4th of July Fire Restrictions + Safety

Due to current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with the extremely dry conditions in southwestern Utah, the State Forester has determined that measures must be taken to prevent costly and damaging forest and rangeland fires. Please see restrictions here.

As exciting as this may seem, people often forget that they are playing with explosive materials, dangerous chemicals and combustibles that can destroy property, harm or cause death to unsuspecting victims. These deceptively simple objects explode, throwing unburned powder, hot sparks and embers through the air at high velocities and often create temperatures hotter than 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit. Learn the facts from the Utah Fire Marshall here.

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