Fort Worth’s Fourth Fireworks Display – Welcome to the city of Fort Worth

Next date: Monday, July 04, 2022 | 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m

Celebrate Independence Day with an evening of festive food and beverages, live music, children’s activities and the largest fireworks show in North Texas July 4th at Fort Worth’s Fourth.

The Panther Island Pavilion is open from 5-10 p.m for the 15th annual celebration with the Trinity River as the backdrop for the celebrations. Entrance to the site is free as Fort Worth’s Fourth continues to be a gift to the community.

Attendees are encouraged to arrive early and secure a seat for the fireworks show, which features spectacular special effects that cannot be seen from afar. Chairs and blankets are allowed to view the show from the Trinity Shore.

Festival activities for the evening include an opportunity to support local food and drink vendors. Cool boxes, food and drinks are not permitted on the event site.

Crowd favorites Party Machine Band will bring the energy to Texas’ only waterfront stage this year. Kids’ activities return and include jump houses, a zip line, face painting and more. Festival-goers are allowed to use BYOT (Bring Your Own Tube) and swim in the tethered swimming area. Rental tubes are not available. Arrive early to take advantage of the children’s zone and swimming area until 20:00

The grand finale of the evening will be the largest fireworks display in North Texas at 9:30 p.m. This unmissable music-synced display will light up the beautiful Trinity River and Fort Worth skyline.

Fort Worth’s Fourth is made possible by producers Tarrant Regional Water District and Streams & Valleys Inc.

Find out more online.

Be safe this July 4th

The Fort Worth Fire Department and Fort Worth Police Department are reminding residents that celebrating with fireworks in our city is not only dangerous, it’s also illegal. The ceremonial firing of firearms is illegal, but also potentially dangerous to human life and property.

In order to report illegal fireworks in Fort Worth and continue to respond to emergency calls as quickly as possible, officials are asking residents to use these non-emergency methods of reporting fireworks:

If you need to report an emergency, call 911.


  • Monday, July 04, 2022 | 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m


Panther Island Pavilion, 395 Purcey St, Fort Worth 76102 View map

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