Branson is a great place to be for Independence Day 2022, with a number of great events and free fireworks displays spanning more than a week.
Of course our favorite (because it’s in Downtown Branson) is Branson Landing’s 15th Annual Liberty Light Up and Fireworks, which will be Sunday, July 3, beginning at 5 p.m.
The Liberty Light Up Concert will feature Damsel and then The Dirty Saints and be followed by an amazing, choreographed Fireworks Display that will fill the skies over Lake Taneycomo and highlight a spectacular celebration of America’s Independence that will leave you in awe! This is a FREE Event!
The Landing’s Beer Garden opens at 5 pm, sponsored by Wil Fischer Budweiser.
The Dirty Saints were voted the best cover band by 417 Magazine in 2018. They play a vast selection of 80’s rock from Journey, Van Halen, Styx, Foreigner, Whitesnake, and many other artists.
Other Patriotic Events and Fireworks around Branson
Sunday, June 26: College of the Ozarks’ 33rd Annual Honor America Celebration
The event will begin on the C of O campus at 5:30 p.m. and will conclude with a fireworks display at sunset. The event is free and the public is welcome to attend. Attendees may bring blankets and lawn chairs to relax during the event.
Friday, June 1: Fireburst Independence Day Fireworks (Kimberling City)
Fireburst is an over-30-year tradition at Table Rock Lake, sponsored by Table Rock Lake Chamber of Commerce. Enjoy the amazing professional fireworks display as it erupts directly above the recently renovated Kimberling City Bridge. You can view ths magnificent event from the rocky shores, the deck of a home or resort, or on the pristine waters that fill this beautifully maintained lake.
Sunday, July 3: Chateau on the Lake 4th of July Celebration
These popular fireworks are visible from all areas around the Table Rock Lake Dam. Show beings at dusk.
Monday, July 4: Rockaway Beach 4th of July Fireworks
Rockaway Beach’s annual Rockaway Beach “Rockin’ 4th of July” event serves as the ONLY 4th of July area-wide display for Forsyth, Merriam Woods, Rockaway beach, and several other small communities that are close to Rockaway beach.
Monday, July 4: Annual Hollister Fireworks
Over Downtown Hollister, this 1,000-shell, hand-lit fireworks display is visible from Chad A Fuqua park and other areas around downtown. Come early for the Little Miss Firecracker Pageant.
Monday, July 4: Top of the Rock Fireworks
This event is open to the public with $20 entry fee. There is no fee for overnight guests of Big Cedar Lodge, Camp Long Creek, or Angler’s Hollister. Valet parking is an additional charge. Fireworks will start at dusk.