This Independence Day, a lot of July 4th fireworks shows in San Antonio have been cancelled. However, there are still a few on the books for all to enjoy.
We’ve made every effort to ensure that this list is accurate and up-to-date, however, some venues/events/activities make changes without notifying us. We recommend contacting them before visiting to be 100% sure that their free offerings are still available.
FREE INDEPENDENCE DAY EVENTS IN & NEAR SAN ANTONIO
Update: this event has been cancelled.
Saturday, July 4th, 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., 9333 Southwest Loop 410 at Old Pearsall Rd., 78242
Free admission and activities for kids on this 4th of July at Traders Village. Activities include face painting, mechanical bull riding for kids, chalk area for drawing, and free American Flags. All activities are free, no admission and just $4 for parking.
The Schertz Jubilee
Saturday, July 4
This year, the Schertz celebration is different. There will be no activities at the park. Instead, Scherts invites you to picnic or grill in your own backyard. Then find a spot for the fireworks display. There will be t-shirt decorating contests and sidewalk chalk contests. There will also be a parade around the city. Fireworks will begin at 9:15 pm.
Update 6/24/2020: Boerne has cancelled their event.
Saturday, July 4, 7:00 p.m., Boerne City Park
Boerne’s annual fireworks show starts just after dark. You can view them from all over Boerne, but the best spot is in Boerne City Park. Bring chairs, food and drinks, and your family for this beautiful show.
New Braunfels, Texas 4th of July Fireworks
Saturday, July 4th
The parade has been cancelled this year, but fireworks will go on. Places to watch from include Landa Park, Fischer Park, and more.
CHEAP & TICKETED 4TH OF JULY EVENTS IN & NEAR SAN ANTONIO
SeaWorld’s 4th of July Celebration
Friday-Saturday, July 3-4
SeaWorld has confirmed it will have fireworks both Friday and Saturday night.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas July 4th Fest
Friday-Sunday, July 3-5
Fiesta Texas will feature fireworks each of the three nights after dark. They will follow the “Rock the Night” show that begins at 9:15 p.m.
“’Rock the Night’ is an immersive, multi-media experience combining a rock-and-roll soundtrack, pyrotechnics, video, fire effects, and dancing fountains,” a park spokesperson said.