If you’re looking for fourth of July events for Terre Haute and the Wabash Valley, you’ve come to the right place! In this post, you’ll see the schedule for Wabash Valley fireworks and list of fourth of July festivities for Terre Haute and the Wabash Valley.
If you hear of other 4th of July festivals, celebrations, and/or firework displays, let us know. We’ll be updating this master list regularly!
2019 Fireworks Schedule for Terre Haute and the Wabash Valley
Freedom Celebration at New Life Fellowship Church, Terre Haute, July 1
Join the fun, fellowship, and food at New Life Fellowship Church! Bring your lawn chairs…there will be food trucks for concessions, a patriotic service, and fireworks at dusk. Service starts at 7PM, concessions begin at 6PM.
General parking is $3 per person and VIP parking is $10 a car. We will have bounce houses for the little ones, several food vendors, beer garden with a mix drink station, Chain Reaction, with the fireworks starting at dusk with a laser light show.
The most electrifying fireworks display in the Wabash Valley will take place on July 4th at Fairbanks Park. The fun begins with the presentation of the colors at 8:00 p.m. followed by a spectacular musical production by the Terre Haute Community band until the fireworks display begins at dusk.You can find more info here.
Forest Park, Brazil, IN, July 4
State Road 59 south of Brazil, 5 miles north of I-70
Aerial Arts puts on this great show, sponsored and paid for by the Brazil Rotary Club. It’s all in the sky, and can be best seen from the east side of Forest Park, or on the Forest Park Golf Course, but you can also get a unique perspective by watching through the trees on the midway. If you watch it on the golf course, PLEASE STAY OFF THE GREENS, and take any trash you see with you when you leave.
Many thousands attend, so get to the park early, and be patient with traffic on your way home! Firework parking and admission are both FREE…a service of Brazil Rotary Club.
Due to weather and other unforeseen factors, firework details can and do change. Please visit original links and check with coordinators before promising a firework show to your family! Haute Happenings can’t be held responsible for inaccuracies, typos, changes, human error, clouds, thunderstorms, or meltdowns from tired children who have stayed up too late to watch the fireworks. (We will, however, commiserate with the meltdowns. We’ll be dealing with them too!) 🙂