Chandler to host July 4 fireworks with drive-in celebration

Chandler is celebrating Independence Day with a “drive-in” July 4 fireworks event at Tumbleweed Park. (Courtesy city of Chandler)
Chandler is celebrating Independence Day with a “drive-in” July 4 fireworks event at Tumbleweed Park. (Courtesy city of Chandler)

Chandler is celebrating Independence Day with a “drive-in” July 4 fireworks event at Tumbleweed Park. (Courtesy city of Chandler)

Chandler is celebrating Independence Day with a “drive-in” July 4 fireworks event at Tumbleweed Park.

The fireworks show will begin promptly at 9 p.m. and be approximately 20 minutes long, according to the city.

“This year’s fireworks show will continue to give the community an opportunity to have fun while responsibly staying safe and celebrating our nation’s independence,” Special Events Coordinator Hermelinda Llamas said in a news release. “We’re excited to be able to offer our community family entertainment in a time when togetherness is so important.”

The event begins at 9 p.m. and requires a $5 parking pass. Chandler residents are given priority access to purchase passes through June 17, before general sales open to the public June 18. Residency is being verified through the city’s Utility Service Online Portal. Details on how to access or create an account can be found at www.chandleraz.gov.

The parking area will open at 7 p.m. with a limited number of spots, according to the city. Parking will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Event attendees are allowed to sit in their truck beds, and immediately adjacent in front of, to the side, behind their vehicle in folding chairs, or in the nearby grass area.


Local food trucks and street vendors will be on-site, according to the city.

Tumbleweed Park is located at 2250 S. McQueen Road, on the southwest corner of McQueen and Germann roads.


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