Whether you are new to the Phoenix area or you have lived here for decades, there are plenty of Phoenix 4th of July 2015 celebrations to be had!! Between 8 am in Gainey Ranch, Scottsdale and going until 10 pm valley wide, choose the festivity that will suit you best. If you are looking for an entire weekend of fun, each major city will be hosting music, food and fireworks. Admission, parking, activities and the length of each fireworks show will vary, but, regardless of the festival that you post up at, you’ll all end with a bang!
The Scottsdale area is offering five unique activities. The morning of 4th of July 2015 starting bright and early at 8 am at the Shops at Gainey Village Cars and Coffee. Here you will be able to walk around looking at magnificent cars as the show is sponsored by Ferrari. If you are more interested in music, Talking Stick Resort and Casino will be having live music show both Friday and Saturday night over this holiday weekend. Doors open at 5 pm. Take your entire family to West World or Butterfly Wonderland for afternoon adventures that will keep everyone excited into the evening.
Sticking with the kid friendly events, there is Fourth of Zoo-ly at the Phoenix Zoo and Red, White and Rawhide in Chandler. Both festivities will have animals, face painting and shows for everyone. Make sure you dress appropriately and wear comfy shoes!
For a more grown up night out with friends and some cocktails, take a look at the following places. If you are interested in a picnic style set up where you bring your blanket and food and sit under the warm sun and shining stars, Tempe Town Lake Festival would be a great choice! If you prefer to get a little rowdy, head over to Glendale for the Firework Fest 2015 at West Gate Entertainment District. History buffs have a memory lane to walk down in Mesa at the Arizona Celebration of Freedom.
No matter where you, make sure you drink enough water, dress appropriately and wear sunblock for the daytime events. Remember, DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE! Have fun and be safe for this Phoenix 4th of July 2015!