4th of July Happenings in the Brazos Valley


Elizabeth Lutheran Church 19th Annual July 3rd Celebration

July 3 @ 6:00 pm11:00 pm
Elizabeth Lutheran Church,

165 Co Rd 307
Caldwell, TX 78366 United States

Come join this community-wide July 3rd Celebration & Fireworks Display at Elizabeth Lutheran Church in Caldwell! Bring your appetite and lawn chairs as you enjoy live music, food, bingo, volcano mountain, obstacle course, castle silde combo, super slide, games, silent auction and the fireworks!


Fireworks on the Brazos

Saturday, July 4 @ 10:00 am10:00 pm

Washington on the Brazos

23400 Park Road 12,Washington, TX 77880

Celebrate our nation’s independence where Texas declared her independence! Sponsored by H-E-B, the annual 4th of July celebration at Washington on the Brazos includes a fun-filled day of family activities. Visit the site’s three main attractions: Independence Hall, Barrington Living History Farm and the Star of the Republic Museum! Highlights of the celebration are the free music concert from 7 to 9 p.m. in the park’s amphitheater, followed by a fireworks extravaganza with patriotic music at approximately 9:30 p.m.

39th Annual 4th of July Parade & Celebration in Chappell Hill

 Featuring the  World Famous Marching Kazoo Band, decorated floats, unique vehicles, and the roar of the parade starting cannon. Parade begins at 10am. and continues until 11am.  The July 4th event continues with family entertainment. There are plenty of activities following the parade; with the Cool Rods Car Show, live music, Choo-Choo train rides, face painting, wine tasting, food and beverage vendors. Plus, the CHHS Summer Cowboy Event, Cowboy Rocking T Chuck wagon, Cowboy Bob, pony rides, petting zoo, oxen demonstrations at the Museum

Burton 4th of July BBQ

July 4 @ 11:00 am5:00 pm

Fun for ALL! Food and refreshments available for purchase all day. Sponsored by the American Legion Post 242 and Auxilliary. 11-1 enjoy BBQ pork & beef, at noon there will be an auction, from 1-5 there will be bingo, and at 5 there will be cake walks and raffle drawings. Meal tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids (6-12), FREE for kids under 6.


4th of July Celebration – Independence

2pm-11pm in Downtown Independence
Trail ride at 2pm. Parade at 5pm with street dance immediately following.
Fireworks Extravaganza at 9:30pm.


165th Annual Round Top July 4th Parade

July 4 @ 10:30 am11:30 am

The cannon will ring in the start of the parade at 10:30 am. Afterwards, head to the Rifle Hall for BBQ and music. Look for the KTEX Country Cruiser in the parade!


Deanville Sons of Hermann 4th of July Celebration

BBQ ready at 7am
Free dance, bingo, children’s games. sweet shop/country store, silent auction. BBQ sandwiches, potato salad and beans available. Contact: Joyce Krrenek
Phone: (979)567-4222

Celebration at Fireman’s Park in Giddings 8am-10pm

brought to you by the Giddings VFW! BBQ by the pound, plates lunches, live music by Central Texas Sounds, and Texas Unlimited Band.  Huge fireworks display to follow!

Fury on the Fourth in Giddings!

Lee County Sheriffs Posse Covered Arena, 7pm.  Bull riding, 6 man bull fighting team, and mutton bustin!

Buffalo Creek in Bellville is having an Independence Day Celebration.

July 4- Live Music with JB & The Moonshine Band and Fireworks!
more info at www.buffalocreekbellville.com


Free outdoor family fun! The July 4th Celebration is a cooperative event, providing all day activities for the entire community. Children’s activities and displays, discounted museum admission, and a patriotic symphony performance by the BVSO  topped off with a fireworks display. Celebrate our nation’s birthday in style with the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra. Perfect for family and friends spending the holiday together!

Visit http://bush41.org/events-listing for more of the day’s event specifics.

Concert is weather permitting. Visit Bush Library website closer to event date for maps, parking and shuttle bus info.


Foxfire Fourth of July Parade

July 4 at 9AM

Triangle Park on Foxfire Drive, College Station
Posting of Declaration of Independence, Decorated Bikes, Trikes, Pets, People Parade followed by refreshments. College Station Fire and Police departments attending.
Blanche Brick, 764-7287, bbbrick@suddenlink.net



Saddle up your horses! Decorate your bikes, riding lawnmowers, wagons, trucks, trailers, tractors, motorcycles, classic cars, or whatever you’ve got & JOIN THE FUN! EVERYONE IS INVITED! SILENT AUCTION INSIDE COMMUNITY CENTER
Proceeds benefit the Wheelock Community Center Historic Building Restoration Fund
FOR INFORMATION CALL (979)828-4347 OR (979)828-1610




Updated: June 24, 2015 — 2:42 pm