Fourth of July
Happy Independence Day!
Everett’s July Fourth festivities return with fireworks and fun happenings for everyone. Whether you’re fully vaxxed and ready to celebrate, or still laying low and flying solo, there’s something in store for you.
Thunder on the Bay fireworks
Everett’s iconic Thunder on the Bay fireworks show returns with an all new 22-minute show set to launch over Port Gardner Bay. With Everett being a waterfront city, there’s a bunch of great places to watch the fireworks. Check out our list of viewing locations here.
Everett’s July Fourth festival
Head to Legion Memorial Park for loads of fun and to grab a prime seat for the fireworks. This year there’s live music, adult bevvies, food trucks and kid-friendly entertainment. Sounds fun, eh? Learn more here.
Everett Music Initiative’s Rock the Fourth
Everett Music Initiative’s first in-person concert in over a year is set to happen at Boxcar Park at the Port of Everett. This 21+ concert features bands Nite Wave, Petty Thief and Road Trip. Boxcar Park is as close to the fireworks as you can get. Learn more and get your tickets before they sell out.
Delta Neighborhood car parade and community picnic
The folks in the Delta Neighborhood are hosting a fun community event in Jackson Park on July 4. The event includes a decorated car parade, live music, food trucks and a community picnic. The event starts at 10 a.m. and goes to 3 p.m. Learn more here.
Yankee Doodle Dash
Get a little exercise before you stuff your face full of hot dogs and potato salad! The Everett YMCA’s annual Fourth of July 5k run is back with an all new route. Learn more here.
Tune into the soundtrack
Our media partners KXA/KRKO have helped put together a great soundtrack for the fireworks show. During the fireworks tune your radio to listen on KXA FM 101.1 or AM 1520.