Celebrate Independence Day Weekend at Addison Kaboom Town

Kaboom Town is one of the biggest fireworks show in the nation and takes place right here in Addison!

Entry opens at 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 3 for the event, and admission is completely free. Check out the schedule of activities:


Photo: Town of Addison

Photo: Town of Addison

4:00 p.m. – Addison Circle Park Opens

4:50 pm – Color Guard — Civil Air Patrol Group 3 Honor Guard

5:00 p.m. – 36th Infantry Division Band “Heart of Texas Brass Quintet”

6:30 p.m. – 36th Infantry Division Band “Rhythm N Boots”

7:15 p.m.  – Addison Airport Air Show

7:45 p.m. – Mayor’s Welcome

8:00 p.m. – Dallas Wind Symphony

9:30 p.m. – Addison Kaboom Town! Fireworks simulcast on 100.3 JACK FM – Presented by Methodist Hospital for Surgery

10:15 p.m. – Party Machine Band – Presented on the Budweiser Stage


Get to the park early because seating will fill up fast. You can bring your own food, picnic blankets, small coolers and lawn chairs but pets and alcohol are not allowed in. Plenty of vendors will be on site to sell food, drinks and adult beverages.

Additional restaurants in Addison are hosting patio watch parties if that's more of your interest.

Visit the website for more details.

Happy 4th!


One Response to “Celebrate Independence Day Weekend at Addison Kaboom Town”

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