Get out and enjoy some quality time with friends and family
Have you got your plans ready for 4th of July celebrations? Here's what's happening in Indiana this year. Gather your friends and family and plan for a great day out.
For Indianopolis, Bloomington, and Carmel celebrations go here.
This article give you all the details you need to know for Nobelsville, Hobart, Evansville, and Fort Wayne celebrations:
Forest Park Fireworks
Enjoy a full day of family fun at Forest Park.
Time: Sunday, 4 Jul, 4:30pm- 10pm
Venue: Forest Park, 701 Cicero Rd, Noblesville, IN
- 4:30 pm The Stars and Stripes Forever 4th of July Parade starts.
- 6:00pm Festival items like a mobile zipline, an axe throwing trailer, flying trapeze, inflatables, trackless train and a kids area are available.
- An adult area includes a beer garden and games.
- 7:30pm to 9:30pm Hairbangers Ball will perform on the main stage.
- 10:00pm The day will end with the annual fireworks show.
This is a free family centered event with playgrounds, shelters, and shade available, so bring a picnic and enjoy some quality family time!
This year Hobart celebrates 100 years! So this year the parade will be themed "100 years of Summer FUN!"
Time: 12:00pm- dusk
Venue: 414 Main Street
- 12pm Parade
- Dusk Fireworks
Note: There has been a change in the parade route.
- We will stage on 8th St. (at the Middle School)
- North on Lincoln St.
- Continue onto Main St. to 3rd. St.
- West on 3rd to Wisconsin St.
- North on Wisconsin St.
- Disperse at Cleveland
For more details see Hobart Events Facebook post.
Aabels Park Fireworks
A fun neighbourhood party with food, games, and free fireworks at the park. More details to come at Aabels Park Facebook page.
Venue: Aabels Park, 10200 SE Browning Road, Evansville, IN
Time: Sunday, 5:30pm- 9:30pm
Venue: 514 Jackson St, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Jiggs Hendrixson play a good mix of Classic Rock, Blues, Oldies, and Country.
Keep an eye on Downtown Fort Wayne Facebook page for more details.
There will be live music every weekend for the next few months in Downtown Fort Wayne. Downtown Improvement District President, Michael Galbraith, says:
“Let’s face it, we’re all more than ready to safely get out in public and have some fun with our friends and families again. Every weekend we’ve already got great things happening in Downtown Fort Wayne, from ball games to concerts to festivals. This just adds to what we’ve all missed so much over the past year-and-a-half and amps up the energy for Downtown Fort Wayne.”
What are your plans for 4th of July celebrations?