Utah 24th of July Fireworks and Events Pioneer Day
Here’s an updated comprehensive list of the events and fireworks happening around Salt Lake City and the rest of Utah on or near Pioneer Day.
Note that 4th
of July Fireworks Displays and Events can be found at the link below:
We’ll keep it updated as new events get scheduled. Important note: Specific times and dates may change. Please click on the links for any updated information. If you know of any that we have missed, please leave the location in the comments. Thanks and have a fun Pioneer Day!
Salt Lake City 24th of July Fireworks and Events:
Free Pops Concert – July 8 & 9. Tickets are free but must be reserved online, available July 1
Pioneer Day Concert – TBD at 8pm at the LDS Conference Center – Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra will perform. Standby tickets for those without tickets will not be issued. However, patrons are invited to stand by for last-minute seating each evening. The standby line will form at the north gate on Temple Square.
Days of' 47 Float Preview Party – July 18 & 19 at the Mountain America Expo Center in Sandy. Preview many of the Parade floats and join the excitement as Parade day nears.
Days of 47 Rodeo – July 20-23 & 25 at Utah State Fairpark. Prices are $14-$59
Cottonwood Heights Butlerville Days – July 28-30 the event starts with a parade, bands, rolling car show, rides, activities, movie in the park, food trucks, fireworks and more.
Salt Lake Bees Game – July 22-24. The Bees will be taking on Tacoma. Fireworks to follow the game with the biggest display on July 24. Go here for discount ticket ordering information.
REAL Salt Lake – July 23 Go here for ticket info.
First Encampment Hike – July 16 at 7am at Donner Park (2770 E 990 S). During this family-oriented event, you can walk in the footsteps of the 1847 pioneers in a festive and commemorative hike that follows Emigration Creek through beautiful Salt Lake City neighborhoods.
Lagoon – Special discount for passes. Find out more here >>
Splash Summit Water Park – Best deal here >>
Red Butte Garden – Free admission on July 24 from 9am-5pm
Sunrise Service – July 23 at 7am in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. The program features the Tabernacle organist and several hundred voices in combined choirs from around the valley. A keynote speaker will deliver an inspirational message. Free admission and no tickets required.
Days of ’47 Parade – July 23 at 9am. Route starts at South Temple and State Street running to 200 East, turns south to 900 South, then turns east to Liberty Park.
Deseret News Marathon – July 23 at 5:30 am. Includes 5K, 10K, Half Marathon, and Marathon.
This Is The Place – July 23 & 25 celebrates Pioneer Days. Admission price range from $11-15. Save $2 on admission by mentioning Coupons4Utah when purchasing tickets.
Liberty Park – July 23 Laser light show at 10pm. There will also be art, craft and food vendors ad part of the Native American Celebration.
Bountiful Handcart Days – July 15-16; includes parade, park activities, fireworks and more.
Layton – July 23 at 7pm (gates open at 6pm) Layton City Recreation Department presents the annual “Riders in the Sky” Pioneer Day Concert at the Ed Kenly Amphitheater. Seats fill up fast and are first come first serve. Admission is free.
Electric Light Parade (Layton) – July 23 at 10 pm at Wasatch Drive (between Gentile and Layton High). Decorate yourself, your bike, stroller, wagon, etc.
Ogden Pioneer Days – July 20-25 there will be a parade at 9am along with events, entertainment, rodeo and fireworks.
-Mapleton – July 24 enjoy free events from a parade, entertainment and fireworks.
Orem – July 23 enjoy free events, food, entertainment and fireworks.
Provo Pioneer Day Extravaganza – July 23 with games, crafts, face painting and more.
Spanish Fork – July 18-30 Fiesta Days with carnival, parade, fireworks and more.
Beaver – July 23; there will be parade, car show, fireworks and more.
-Brigham City Freedom Fest – July 24; there will be food trucks, avengers and more.
-Tremonton Hay Days – July 23-24; there will be kids zone, car show, breakfast and more
Fairview Pioneer Days – July 11-23 will have a parade, car show, games, free concert and more.
Fiddlers ‘n' Fireworks (Heber) – July 23 at Heber Valley Railroad with a 2 hour round trip ride including dinner and fiddlers along with Charleston fireworks from across the lake. Tickets are $30-$40.
Kamas Valley Fiesta Days – July 15-24 with parade, rodeo, kid activities, car show fireworks and more.
American West Heritage Center – July 23 there will be pioneer games and living history interpreters. Cost is $9.
Logan – July 23 includes, entertainment, parade, fireworks and more.
-North Logan – July 23 at Elk Ridge Park with parade, activities, and fireworks.
-Mona– July 23-24 parade, activities, fireworks and more.
-Monroe– July 22-24 with a parade, concert, and fireworks.
St. George July 23 fireworks at Baseball Field Complex at 10 pm
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Patty saysJuly 19, 2020 at 1:51 pm
Patty saysJuly 19, 2020 at 1:50 pm
Ray Vaughn saysJuly 24, 2019 at 6:23 pm
Why can’t anyone tell me if there’s fireworks on the 24th of July anywhere instead I get a whole bunch of ads that I don’t want to see
Henry saysJuly 24, 2020 at 9:20 am
Of course there’s gonna be fireworks probably not at a park but people will be lighting them all over. It’s best to get up high on the east/west side and you could see the whole valley if you like watching fireworks if you like lighting them off you have to do it between Redwood road and like fifth E. Salt Lake down to Draper I think? I’m not sure about Salt Lake County?
Ray Vaughn saysJuly 24, 2019 at 6:22 pm
Why can’t anyone tell me if there’s fireworks on the 4th of July you show me all these stupid ass I don’t want to see but you can’t tell me what I asked
John saysJuly 24, 2019 at 10:55 pm
Because this is Utah. Where your vote doesn’t count!
Henry saysJuly 24, 2020 at 9:22 am
What the hell does your vote have to do with fireworks?