Where To See Fireworks In Central Arkansas

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If you're looking for a great fireworks display to celebrate the 4th of July in Central Arkansas, there are a lot of celebrations to choose from! Check out the list below for details on 4th of July events in Hot Springs, Conway, Maumelle, Jacksonville, Little Rock, and more across the state!


Beebe Parks and Recreation presents Diamonds in the Dark on Saturday, July 1st, at #1 Ballpark Rd. in Beebe from 5pm until 10pm. There will be a kids zone, balloon animals, water slides, food trucks, and more leading up to the fireworks finale. There will also be live music from Dylan Gray and Shaw Revolver.


The 22nd annual Camden Star Spangled Spectacular Monday, July 4th in Camden, AR. at the Camden Municipal Airport. The evening will include live music with regional favorite Crutchfield the Band playing from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.


Celebrate the 4th of July holiday with the community in Conway at the Freedom Fest Conway 2022. Enjoy live music, food trucks, fun, & of course fireworks at dark with free admission. Dog friendly, leashes required & please be respectful of other attendees. FIREWORKS will start around 9:15 p.m.

Hot Springs

The annual Independence Day Fireworks is a free public 4th of July fireworks display on Lake Hamilton will be held Sunday, July 3rd, at 9:00pm. The fireworks will be synched with music on radio station 97.5 FM US97 Country when fans watch the display. In case of rain, the fireworks will be rescheduled for Monday, July 4th.

Little Rock

Join Pops on the River for the largest 4th of July celebration in the state! Fireworks, food, shopping marketplace, Lost 40 beer, music and so much for! This event is free to the public at First Security Amphitheatre on Monday, July 4, 2022 at 3 p.m. – 11 p.m. Music from the Rodney Block Collective, Nicky Parrish and the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.

Dickey Stephens Park will be open and free to the public for the downtown fireworks show on Tuesday, July 4th. There will be ballpark concessions available during the event. Otey's Splash Pad and train rides will be available for purchase before the fireworks. Gates open at 7pm, fireworks will start after dark.

Celebrate the holiday with old-fashioned fun at the Frontier Fourth of July. Listen (and cheer!) during a reading of the Declaration of Independence, cool off with watermelon and lemonade and learn how to train with the local militia! The event is free at the Historic Arkansas Museum, Monday July 4 from 10 a.m. to noon.


The Fireworks and Food Trucks Independence Day Celebration will take place at The Greens at North Hills on July 3rd from 6pm until 10pm. People are encouraged to bring blankets and bag chairs. A food truck park will provide lots of food options, plus there will be a family fun zone, a DJ playing music, and lots more! In conjunction with the celebration, a fundraiser will be held upstairs in The Greens event center. The event will benefit the Sherwood Humane Animal Shelter and will include finger food, non-alcoholic beverages, air-conditioning and premier fireworks viewing location for $20 per person.


Join the City of Maumelle for their Annual 4th Fest Celebration and fire works spectacular. The parade begins at 4:30 p.m. along Maxwood Circle and Club Manor Drive, followed by a festival and fireworks show.


Join the City of Jacksonville for their annual Big Bang on the Range Firework Show on July 4, starting at 5 p.m. The event will feature live music, fun activities, and concessions. The show is free and available to anyone, with more information available here.

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