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June 13, 2018 / Millerann Moya / , , , / Comments

Plano Fourth of July Spectacular 2018

Plan your Fourth of July in Plano with patriotic music, a prideful community parade, swimming at a Texas-sized pool (literally), and a mesmerizing fireworks show!

Did you know WalletHub named Plano to the top 100 Best Places to Celebrate the Fourth of July? Thanks to their data set of 19 key metrics ranging from average beer and wine prices to duration of fireworks shows to the Fourth of July weather forecast, Plano fell in at #58 and #6 in Texas! Read more here.

Fourth of July Events

COP FireworksOn Tuesday, July 3rd get in the Fourth of July spirit at Patriotic Pops presented by the Plano Community Band at Haggard Park in the Downtown Plano Arts District! This free performance will feature Americana and patriotic music. Bring your lawn chair, blanket, and picnic and enjoy an evening of live music and good company. Don’t forget about all the great restaurants to dine at in downtown Plano before the show.

On Wednesday, July 4th kick-off your day at the 39th annual Plano Early Lions Club Independence Day Parade. The parade starts at 9 a.m. from the Plano ISD Administration Building at 2700 W. 15th Street then heads north on Independence Parkway to Plano Senior High School. Line the streets with the kids and watch them smile at all the amazing patriotic floats.

Join the fun in the Downtown Plano Arts District at Haggard Park for free Yoga in the Park from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. 

The Plano Symphony Orchestra will present an entertaining and inspiring tribute to America, Patriotic Pops, at the Eisemann Center at 3 p.m. Patriotic selections will include: God Bless America, Tribute to American Cinema, America the Beautiful, Sousa Marches, Salute to the Armed Forces, and Pops Hoedown as well as honoring our country and the people dedicated to preserving our freedom. Joining the Plano Symphony will be the Patriotic Pops Chorus and soloists Rayvon Owen, vocals and Glen Hummel, trumpet. This amazing has sold out the last 14 years!

Swimmers enjoy The Texas Pool, a pool shaped like the state of Texas, located at 901 Springbrook Dr. in Plano, Texas. Two swimmers leap from a platform in the center of the pool on a very hot summer day Friday, June 22, 2012. (David Woo/The Dallas Morning News) 06232012xBRIEFINGSwim across Texas at The Texas Pool from noon to 6 p.m. Members and veterans (with valid ID) get in free; everyone else is just $10 per person or $30 per family. The snack bar will be open and the grills fired up. Kids and adults alike can enjoy traditional water games like Marco Polo and a cannonball contest. Lifeguards will be on duty and picnic areas are available to enjoy your own Fourth of July picnic (food and coolers with non-alcoholic beverages are allowed).

Then comes what all kids are waiting for… Plano’s All-American Fourth firework show at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve! Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and the whole family to watch the spectacular fireworks choreographed to music and simulcast on 97.5 KLAK. Admission and parking are free.

Need a minute to relax and take-in the beauty of the day? Celebrate our freedoms at Plano’s beautiful Veterans Memorial Park. Happy Independence Day from your friends at Visit Plano!

Crayola Experience invites active, veteran and retired military personnel (with valid I.D.) to enjoy a free day of family fun from July 4th-8th. Additionally, their accompanying immediate family members (spouse, children, and grandparents) will receive 25% off general admission.

Legacy Hall is bringing fun for all this Fourth of July with: a kid’s water balloon toss, red-white-and-blue shaved ice and more! The restaurant stalls represent the best of our great country, a place where culture is celebrated and enjoyed.

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The Texas Pool photo credit: David Woo
Veterans Memorial Park photo credit: City of Plano
Cover photo credit: City of Plano