This is the sixth year for Independence Eve presented by Anadarko, a fabulous free concert, light show and fireworks finale in Civic Center Park on July 3.
As the 4th of July approaches, firefighters in Denver are cracking down on illegal fireworks.
If the nearest July 4th fireworks display isn’t so near, there are other ways to have a safe and sparkly holiday. Read on for some of these creative ways to light up your 4th of July when a fireworks display isn’t an option.
Denver is lucky enough to boast a few different fireworks shows during the holiday weekend. The two main shows are happening right in downtown Denver. Friday, July 3rd is the official Fourth of July observance day this year, and Civic Center Park will be holding its annual fireworks and light show just after night fall. There will also be fireworks above Elitch Gardens the night of July 4th that will be visible from much of downtown. Check out this list of terrific, downtown Denver restaurants with not only a great view of the pyrotechnics, but with amazing food and drink to go along with it.
It’s a Denver man’s American dream: Getting back the dog that vanished four years ago on the Fourth of July.
The TSA confiscated more than 100 fireworks from a carry-on bag searched at the security checkpoint at Denver International Airport.
The AdAmAn Club is once again hiking to the top of Pikes Peak as part of the New Year’s Eve tradition to light off fireworks from the summit.
Although covered in snow, two rooftops in downtown Denver are packed with thousands of fireworks ready to ring in 2015, and a little snow isn’t going to keep people away.
There was a bit of a fright for a neighborhood near Blue Heron Lake in Jefferson County after a suspicious device was found.
The Colorado Rockies added insult to frustration for one fan who toted his family of five to the Fourth of July fireworks game.