Street festival canceled, Fourth of July fireworks still planned for Tomball

Tomball's Fourth of July fireworks will be held at FM 2920 and Hwy. 249. (Courtesy city of Tomball)
Tomball's Fourth of July fireworks will be held at FM 2920 and Hwy. 249. (Courtesy city of Tomball)

Tomball's Fourth of July fireworks will be held at FM 2920 and Hwy. 249. (Courtesy city of Tomball)

City officials announced May 18 no street festival will be held this year for Tomball's Fourth of July celebration. However, the fireworks display will go on at FM 2920 and Hwy. 249.

The city's celebration in 2019 brought in 19,500 attendees, according to the city's annual report to be presented to council members May 18.



Tomball’s Fourth of July fireworks display will begin at 9:30 p.m. July 4, and viewers can park throughout the Four Corners Shopping Center parking lot and tune into 95.3 FM for music.

The street festival
cancellation follows cancellations of the Tomball German Heritage Festival, Honky Tonk Chili Challenge and the Rails & Tails Mudbug Festival amid social distancing measures implemented to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, Community Impact Newspaper previously reported.

More details are to follow from the city about the event.




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