Fireworks on the Coosa: 2020 Edition

In these times of uncertainty and confusion people are looking for anything familiar and others are looking forward to the light at the end of the tunnel. Let fireworks be that light!

Each year Alabamaians hit the road to bear witness to magnificent displays of light shattering  explosions in the sky on the Coosa River.  This occasion, on July 4th, celebrates the United States declaration of independence as a country.

This year we expect firework shows to be stellar and awe-inspiring. So, we thought of you and gathered some information on when and where some of these shows are.

When you’re out enjoying the river we hope you think of us as well! Tag us in your photos on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter!

Neely Henry

July 4th

Downtown Gadsden, 9:00 P.M. 

The best viewing areas for the show are Convention Hall and the Amphitheater parking lots, Coosa Landing parking lot and the east bank of the Coosa.

Logan Martin

July 3rd 

Clear Creek Marina

Hosted by Clear Creek Harbor and The Back Porch Grill, Fireworks begin at 8:30 P.M.

Wood Surfside Marina 

37 Marina Drive, Cropwell, Fireworks begin at 9:00 P.M.

July 4th

Pell City Lakeside Park

Pell City Lakeside Park, Fireworks begin at 9:00 P.M.

Lay Lake

You can check out a fireworks show and band near channel marker 6. The band starts at 7:00 P.M. and the show starts at 9:00 P.M.

Lake Mitchell

July 3rd 

Cargile Creek, Fireworks begin at  9:00 P.M.

Lake Jordan

July 4th 

Firework Show, 8:30 P.M.

Shot from the east side of the dam

Boat Parade 

Assembly of boats will start at 9:15 am and the parade will commence at 10:00 am and is expected to take approximately an hour

Parade route will start from the State Dock (Camp Rotary), go up the Titus, Alabama side of the lake and go to the entrance to Blackwell’s slough. We will return down the Slapout, Alabama side back to the entrance of the canal. .

Below Jordan Dam

July 3rd

Gold Star Park, Fireworks begin at 8:30 P.M-9:30 P.M.

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