Independence Day packed with music, fireworks, food, parades, events
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A schedule of fun and patriotic events to celebrate Independence Day in Tucson.
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Americans took the day to celebrate the ratification of the Declaration of Independence.
Tucson's signature fireworks display is the pyrotechnics that burst above "A" Mountain each year. This year you can see them from myriad spots, including the Tucson Convention Center's "B" parking lot, where there will be free parking, food vendors and a beer garden from 7-9 p.m. The excitem…
One spot that's always good is at the Kino Sports Complex. Sunny Lesiak watched fireworks marking the Independence Day holiday there with her son Dillon in 2008.
The Marana display is set to begin at 9 p.m., but show up at Crossroads at Silverbell Park, 7548 N. Silverbell Road, at 6 p.m. for a movie. Bring food because there will be no vendors.
The Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort is sponsoring Oro Valley fireworks again this year. The event will be held at James D. Kriegh Park, 23 W. Calle Concordia.
If you don't already have your Fourth of July planned, here's where to check out fireworks tonight.
Fireworks lit up the night during Wednesday night's grande finale at Casino del Sol, 5655 W. Valencia Road.
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This year's Star Spangled Spectacular in Marana features more than twice as many fireworks as last year. In fact, this year's grand finale has more shells (594) than last year's entire 20-minute show (519).
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Fireworks explode over downtown Tucson during the annual fireworks show. Photo by Joshua Trujillo Neg. Sentinel Peak, Copyright 1996 The Arizona Daily Star