Fourth of July Family Fun in Green Country!

Check out these family-friendly fireworks, festivals and more to celebrate our independence.

There are so many ways to enjoy the Fourth of July throughout the Tulsa area. From parades to grand finales, we’ve got your Independence Day covered in our Fourth of July family fun in Green Country listing:


  • When: July 1, 4-9 p.m.
  • Where:  720 W. New Orleans St., Broken Arrow
Mark your calendars for New Orleans Square’s first annual Block Party! This event is going to be the perfect way to kick-start your 4th of July weekend with a steak cook-off sanctioned by Steak Cookoff Association, car show, food trucks, live music, kids zone, and the grand finale will be a firework show!
Interested in being a part of the steak cook-off? Go here:
Interested in being in the car show? Go here:
Check out the schedule of events:
4:00 Steak Cook-Off
6:00 Kids Zone, Music, & Fun!
8:30 Steak Cook-Off Awards & Special Surprise!
9:00 Fireworks!


  • When: July 2, 3 and 4, 7:05 p.m.
  • Where: ONEOK Field, 201 N. Elgin Ave.

Baseball PLUS fireworks sounds like the perfect 4th of July combination. Cheer for the Tulsa Drillers – and end the night with a spectacular fireworks show! Game tickets can be purchased here:

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  • When: July 2, 7-10 p.m. (Gates open at 7 p.m.; Fireworks begin at 9:45 p.m.)
  • Where: Bentley Park Sports Complex, 8505 E. 148th St. S., Bixby

The 7th Annual Bixby Freedom Celebration is a free, community-wide event, full of patriotism and family-friendly fun. You will find a variety of food vendors, representation of several military branches, and much more. A patriotic program will incorporate a public swearing in ceremony of new military recruits at 8:45pm. The 2021 Bixby Freedom Celebration is expected to bring in at least 20,000 attendees.

The fireworks will be launched from the NW corner of Bentley Park at 9:45pm.  There will be no kids zone, stage program, or firefighter challenge.

The fireworks show on July 2, 2021 will be as spectacular as ever and can be seen for miles. Gates open at 7pm, you are welcome to watch the show with your family and friends in and around the park, from afar, or stay in your car – whatever you are comfortable with!  Follow us on Facebook for up-to-the-minute details.

If you decide to attend, we encourage you to bring your own picnic items. Food vendors will be limited, if any are allowed.

Signature Symphony’s 4th on the 3rd

  • When: July 3, 8 p.m.
  • Where: TCC Southeast Campus, 10300 East 81st Street (81st Street and Highway 169)

4th on the 3rd, Signature Symphony at TCC’s annual patriotic concert, continues this year with a FREE OUTDOOR LIVE event on Saturday, July 3 at 8 PM. Join the Signature Quartet and Signature Brass Quintet for a FREE outdoor concert outside the Student Success and Career Center at the front of Tulsa Community College’s Southeast Campus located at 81st Street and Highway 169. The one-hour concert will include such favorites as America the Beautiful, Shenandoah, Stars and Stripes Forever, Simple Gifts, and Armed Forces Salute.

The Signature Quartet features Corbin Bodley (violin), Sarah Thomas (violin), Jeff Smith (viola), and Erica Parker (cello).
The Signature Brass Quintet features Benjamin Hay (trumpet), Jeff Loud (trumpet), Marsha Wilson (horn), Rich Fisher (trombone), and Brett Nichols (tuba).

Bring your family and friends with lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy the concert in the open air. The parking lot and lawns will open at 7 PM for the 8 PM concert. Food trucks from Andolini’s Pizzeria and Freckles Frozen Custard will be on site for dinner, refreshment and beverage purchases before and/or during the performance.

In lieu of tickets for 4th on the 3rd, please consider making a gift to Signature Symphony educational programs and performances. Thank you for your ongoing support of the arts.

Please note: this concert is subject to cancellation based on any changes in TCC event protocol or City of Tulsa guidelines on public gatherings.


  • When: July 3, 6 p.m. Fireworks start around 9:45 p.m.
  • Where: Case Community Park, 2500 S River City Park Rd, Sand Springs

Enjoy live music, sno cones, food trucks and of course, fireworks!


  • When: July 3, 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Fireworks begin at sundown.
  • Where: Collinsville City Park

The City of Collinsville is gearing up for the biggest Independence Day Celebration yet! The day will start with a parade of red, white, and blue down Main Street for the Independence Day Celebration Parade beginning at 9:00 in the morning. Find additional details here.


  • When: July 3, 7 p.m. Fireworks start about 30 minutes after dark.
  • Where: Skiatook Municipal Airport, 1501 S. Lombard Ln., Skiatook

“Fantasy in the Sky” is that annual Fourth of July celebration sponsored by the City of Skiatook and area businesses. Find details here:!event/2021/7/3/fantasy-in-the-sky


  • When: July 4, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Where: Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr.

The FIRST Sunday of June, July and August are DOG DAYS, a special day when your four-legged family member can join you for a walk in the Garden (dogs are not allowed other times)

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. we will have food options and a bar will have drink options including beer, mimosas, margaritas, water and more.  Dog treats will also be available.

July 4: Dogs & Dogs Day! We’ll have pastries and hot dogs and s’mores kits available for sale with fire pits ready for roasting.  Feel free to bring a picnic as well!


  • When: July 4, 2021
  • Where: River West Festival Park, 2100 S. Jackson Ave.; Veterans Park, 1875 S. Boulder Ave.

Visible for miles around, Folds of Honor FreedomFest 2021 presented by QuikTrip is Tulsa’s largest aerial display, reaching heights of up to 1000 feet in the air. Visible  from Veterans Park, River West Festival Park and along the Arkansas River. Spectators can experience the full effect of this patriotic celebration by tuning into radio sponsor KRMG (740 AM & 102.3 FM) during the display to listen to the accompanying musical score. This is where Tulsa fireworks happen! If you want to see Tulsa’s BEST fireworks show, you’ll want to join us at Folds Of Honor FreedomFest 2021. Info at


  • When: July 4, 6:30 p.m., fireworks start around 9 p.m.
  • Where: Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Dr., Jenks
The City of Jenks will present the annual Boomfest fireworks show to celebrate Independence Day on July 4, 2021. The most vibrant and largest firework display in the Tulsa region will begin at approximately 9 p.m. over the Arkansas River.
Jenks’ riverfront attractions will feature multiple ways to enjoy the celebration.
The Oklahoma Aquarium will offer a front-row view to watch the presentation on their riverfront backyard, with exhibits available to peruse ahead of watching the fireworks. Food trucks and beverage options will also be onsite and available to attendees.
Oklahoma Aquarium members receive free admission and non-members pay general admission rates. Paid parking will also be available to the public at the Oklahoma Aquarium for $10. Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged.
The RiverWalk in Jenks will also offer a full day of family fun on July 4, including live music, food and more.
The Oklahoma Aquarium and the Jenks Chamber of Commerce are once again partnering to present “Sharklahoma,” a month-long celebration of all-things shark, with events at the aquarium and other businesses throughout Jenks.

Red, White and BOOM

  • When: July 4, Fireworks begin at dark
  • Where: “Fireworks will be launched from The Greens Golf and Athletic club, and should be visible from many viewing points in the 86th and 129th area.” Owasso

Red, White, and BOOM is the City’s annual Fireworks Show! Join us this year in celebrating Independence Day and to enjoy a beautiful show on Sunday, July 4th beginning at dark.

Fireworks will be launched from Owasso Golf and Athletic Club South of 86th and 129th.

Fireworks are visible from a wide variety of locations throughout the City. We encourage you to comply with CDC social distancing guidelines from wherever you choose to enjoy the show.

FREE Trolley Rides:

Planning to watch Owasso’s Red, White, & Boom fireworks show on July 4th this year?  The City of Owasso is offering free rides on a trolley to the perfect viewing area.  A trolley car from Old Urban Trolley will shuttle people from two different parking areas over to the E 86th Street N and N 129th E Avenue viewing area.

The TWO pick-up areas are:

  • JCPenney at Smith Farm Market
  • Owasso City Hall parking lot

The trolley will start the pick-up route at 7:00 PM, running from the two parking areas to the viewing area until the Red, White, and Boom fireworks show starts at sunset (shortly after 9:00 PM).  Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair for your viewing comfort. Immediately following the Red, White, and Boom fireworks show, please meet the trolley in the main Owasso High School parking lot so you can be shuttled back to your pick-up area.  The trolley will deliver people back to the two pick-up areas following the show through 10:30 PM.  For questions, call 918-376-1518.

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