COVID-19 Update: On June 8, 2020, the City of St. Augustine City Commissioners voted to keep their prior decision, made on May 11, 2020, of postponing the Annual July 4th Fireworks Celebration. No other information is available at this time.

Happy Birthday, America! Spend July 3rd and 4th watching fireworks with the family around St. Augustine and Palm Coast with our list of events. Many events include fun for the whole family with kid-friendly events, live music, and food. As always, check each link for the full details and for any updated changes.

Fireworks in the Park

Celebrate Independence Day with the City of Palm Coast’s fireworks celebration on Tuesday, July 3, at Central Park in Town Center! There will be family fun and games, music, and a cookout with a variety of food vendors and food trucks — including Kona Ice of Flagler County!  DJ Vern will provide music. While food and drinks will be available for purchase, coolers and pop-up tents are also allowed. Families are encouraged to arrive early! There is no charge for entry, parking or participation. 975 Central Ave, Palm Coast, FL, 32164

Bull Creek’s FABULOUS Fourth

Join Bull Creek Fish Camp for our 5th annual 4th of July celebration! Live music from hometown girl Stefanie Fawley. a Kid’s Zone sponsored by Clegg Sod Farm. and, of course, FIREWORKS! There will be food and drink specials all evening. 3861 W County Road 2006, Bunnell, Florida 32110

Fireworks over the Matanzas

Celebrate the 4th of July in St. Augustine with Fireworks Over the Matanzas, one of the largest fireworks displays on the East Coast. Start the night at 6:00 PM with music in the Plaza de la Constitución. Then enjoy the 20-minute fireworks display over the Castillo de San Marcos. Admission is FREE. Check out our guide to the best places to view the fireworks with kids! For parking details, go to www.parkstaug.com; for more details on the event, go to www.citystaug.com/Fireworks

Annual ‘Day After’ Beach Clean Up

We are recruiting volunteers, sponsors, and adoptees for the 10th Annual “Day After” Beach Clean-Up from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 am on Friday, July 5th. The purpose of the cleanup is to restore the coastline following the impacts from July 4th, traditionally one of the busiest beach days of the year. No pre-registration is required, and the organization will provide bags, gloves, and everything else needed to help keep our beaches litter-free.