Independence Day & July 4th 2020 Fireworks, as of July 1st
Here’s a pretty darn good list of where you’ll find fireworks displays around North Georgia for Independence Day and July 4th in 2020. The weather forecasts are calling for stormy weather, so check back for updates.
** Updated on July 1, 2020
God bless America! We might be a little less “indivisible” than last year, but we’ve survived worse seasons in the United States of America. Perhaps joining our neighbors on the 4th of July 2020 for fireworks will help.
July 4, 2020 conveniently lands on a Saturday. Most locations have cancelled Independence Day fireworks, but not them all! We’ll keep updating this list of links to fireworks displays. So, check back to see what’s happening with the weather, social distancing and whatever the heck might discombobulate us all next.
Independence Day 2020 Fireworks Displays in North Georgia
- Acworth — Cancelled for 2020
- Alpharetta — Cancelled for 2020
- Atlanta, GA Centennial Olympic Park — Cancelled for 2020
- Atlanta, Ponce City Market, 4th Ward — Cancelled for 2020
- ** Blairsville, Meeks Park — Saturday July 4th
- ** Blue Ridge Scenic Railway — Sold Out
- Braselton — Rescheduled to September 5, 2020
- Braselton, Chateau Elan — Cancelled for 2020
- Buford, Mall of GA — Cancelled for 2020
- Cumming — Saturday, July 4th
- Dahlonega at Iron Mountain Resort — Saturday, July 4th
- Dawsonville at Atlanta Motorsports Park — Cancelled for 2020
- Dawsonville — Cancelled for 2020
- Demorest — Cancelled for 2020
- Dillard — Saturday, July 4th
- Gainesville’s Laurel Park — Postponed until Labor Day
- ** Gwinnett Stripers — Cancelled for 2020
- Helen — Cancelled for 2020
- Hiawassee GA Mtn Fairgrounds — Saturday, July 4th
- Lanier Islands — Saturday, July 4th
- Lenox Square Mall, Atlanta — Canceled forever
- Lilburn — Cancelled for 2020
- Margaritaville at Lanier Islands — Saturday, July 4th
- ** Six Flags Over Georgia — Fireworks Cancelled for 2020
- Stone Mountain — Cancelled for 2020
- Suches — Cancelled for 2020
- ** Woodstock — Saturday, July 4th
This is America, land of the free. You are free to drink and drive, if you choose. If you do, many of us will hope you will be stopped, arrested, lose your license and, if your actions hurt others, that you go to jail.
We’d prefer that you not endanger others by drinking and driving. It’s just not worth the cost.
Happy 4th of July!!