Fourth Of July Events 2020 Branson MO Area

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Fourth Of July Celebrations In Branson

Summertime in Branson means extra fun for the whole family, and nothing compares to Independence Day celebrations in the Ozarks! Whether you call the area home or you're planning a visit, you won't want to miss any of our Fourth of July festivities.

Celebrate the Fourth of July in Branson with these Independence Day events and activities:

BRANSON LANDING’S LIBERTY LIGHT UP CELEBRATION

You won't want to miss the Branson Landing's annual Liberty Light Up celebration on July 3! This year's event will include the Liberty Light Up concert, featuring Dirty Saints on the Branson Landing stage from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. After the show, sparks will fill the night skies over Lake Taneycomo with an amazingly choreographed fireworks display that's sure to leave spectators in awe.

FIREBURST IN KIMBERLING CITY

Just a few minutes from Historic Downtown Branson, Kimberling City will host its annual Fireburst fireworks show near the Kimberling City Bridge. Viewable by boat, car or lawn chair, this display attracts thousands to watch fireworks over the waters of Table Rock Lake on July 3!

Celebrate the Fourth of July in Branson with a patriotic live show production! 

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