Skip to Content

Firework shows around Southern Colorado this 4th of July

SOUTHERN COLORADO (KRDO) -- There are a number of ways to safely celebrate the Fourth of July this year through professional firework shows.

Below are firework shows around Southern Colorado:

Symphony on Your Porch

The event is back for a second time, allowing El Paso County residents to enjoy firework shows from the comfort of their front porch. Organized by the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation, the event includes music performed by the Colorado Springs Philharmonic and firework displays across El Paso County.

The following locations will presenting firework displays, weather-permitting, without public access:

  • The Broadmoor
  • Cherokee Ridge Golf Course
  • The Club at Flying Horse Ranch
  • The Country Club of Colorado at Cheyenne Mountain Resort
  • Falcon Freedom Days at Meridian Ranch
  • Fort Carson - July 2
  • Garden of the Gods Resort and Club
  • Patty Jewett Golf Course

People can tune into the following radio stations to hear the music to go along with the firework shows:

Residents can tune into the following on July 4th to get the full experience:

  • Sunny 106.3 FM
  • Y96.9 FM
  • KCME 88.7 FM
  • 92.9 Peak FM
  • AM 740 KVOR

For more information, click here.

The Colorado Springs Switchbacks hosting Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular at Weidner Field

On Sunday, the Switchbacks are hosting a fireworks show following their game with the Real Monarchs SLC at Weidner Field.

Gates open for the game at 4 p.m., and the kickoff time is at 6:30 p.m. The game is presented by Phil Long Dealerships. For more information and tickets, click here.

Rollin on the Riverwalk

In Pueblo, people can enjoy a free fireworks show at downtown at the Pueblo Riverwalk. The firework show is set to begin at 9:30 p.m., weather-permitting.

Guests are invited to use lawn chairs and blankets to watch the fireworks, which will be set off the roof of the Main St. parking garage.

For more information, click here.

KRDO News

Comments

4 Comments

  1. So nice that all the displays are in the North and West sides of the city. Those of us on the South east side have no displays to watch from our porches. Guess we don’t count, as usual, when it comes to any events being put on in the city.

  2. Enjoy the afternoon rain that plagues Colorado Springs in the summertime ruining outdoor activity every afternoon.
    ColoFornia Springs is advertised as having great weather with plenty of daily sunshine, it’s a lie.

  3. The best fireworks show for us is sitting on our back deck and watching fireworks set off between here and Pueblo all over the place. Well after any afternoon showers by the way.

Comments are closed.

Skip to content