Plan your 4th of July around these six exciting fireworks displays tied to sporting events in DFW.
Dr Pepper Ballpark | July 3 at 7:05 p.m.
Checking out The Lazy River at Dr Pepper Ballpark (a man-made river just beyond the right field fence) is a must for any visit to Frisco. And Wednesdays in Frisco mean $1 hot dogs at the ballpark! The RoughRiders also have several food trucks inside the park. After the game, head to the field for some impressive fireworks.
Toyota Stadium | July 4 at 8 p.m.
With the popular Frisco Freedom Fest across the street in Frisco Square, this game always sells out. Get there early for the tailgating scene around the stadium or to visit the National Soccer Hall of Fame, open from 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM. Then enjoy great soccer followed by one of DFW’s best fireworks extravaganzas.
AirHogs Stadium | July 3 and July 4 at 6:05 p.m.
The AirHogs host the Railcats in Grand Prairie on both July 3rd and 4th with a phenomenal fireworks show after the ball game. Tickets start at just $8, and there’s no better way to spend a Texas summer evening (or the Fourth of July) than watching baseball and fireworks.
Grand Prairie | July 4 and 5 at 5 p.m.
For those who love watching and betting on the ponies, Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie is the place to be for Independence Day. Lone Star Park has fireworks on both July 4 and 5 after a full slate of live racing. In addition to racing, there will also be live music and an expanded Family Fun Zone, so come to Grand Prairie, check out the horses and then settle in for fireworks for the Lone Stars and Stripes Celebration.
Globe Life Park | July 3 and July 4 at 7:05 p.m.
The Rangers meet the Angels on both July 3rd and 4th at Globe Life Park in Arlington. On July 3rd, you can snag $1 hot dogs and young fans (13 and under) can get autographs from their favorite players. July 4th, of course, will have an exciting game followed by fireworks. What’s more American than a hot dog, baseball and fireworks to truly end the evening on a high? Nothing I can think of.