Fireworks, Spokane Symphony concert planned for 4th of July celebration at Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park

SPOKANE, Wash. — Riverfront Park is ready to host some thrilling festivities for its annual 4th of July celebration.

This year, a free Spokane Symphony concert and fireworks show are planned for the event.

“We can’t wait to see Spokane’s 4th of July celebration back in the heart of Spokane, at our community’s gathering place in Riverfront Park,” said Garrett Jones, director of Spokane Parks & Recreation. “Partnering with the Spokane Symphony, our sponsors, local businesses and organizations makes this a true community event. There is nothing like seeing fireworks over the park’s iconic skyline.”

More than 20 food trucks and vendors will be located across the park all day. The park’s famous Numerica SkyRide, Skate Ribbon, and Looff Carrousel will be open as well.

“We’re excited to bring the Spokane Symphony to our fans this July 4,” said Jeff Vam Saal, executive director of the Spokane Symphony. “The U.S. Pavilion is the perfect setting for you and your family to meet with friends, and hear great music while enjoying our beautiful summer weather. Through our partnership with the Spokane Parks & Recreation and Riverfront Park, we hope this concert will become an annual tradition.”

The Pavilion will open at 6 p.m. for concert seating and refreshments. Concessions, beer, and wine will be available. Concertgoers are welcome to bring their own food and beverages, besides outside alcohol. Chairs will be available in front of the stage on a first come, first serve basis. Blankets and beach chairs are permitted on the lawn.

“Spokane is an incredible community and Idaho Central is honored to be part of the 4th of July celebration,” said Michael Watson, chief marketing officer for Idaho Central Credit Union. “It is a privilege to celebrate our country and freedoms together.”

The Spokane Symphony concert will begin at 9 p.m., and the fireworks show starts right after at 10 p.m.

Fireworks will be set off near the clock tower and viewable from many locations downtown, including the Pavilion.

After getting altered/cancelled the past two years, Riverfront Park is ready to put on a great show for Spokane!

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