CitySurfing Orlando’s Picks For Celebrating The 4th Of July 2018 In Central Florida

CitySurfing Orlando's Picks for Celebrating the 4th of July in Central Florida

There are many ways to celebrate the Fourth of July here in Orlando and Central Florida, from theme park events to city-sponsored events, and everything in between.

Most of the events are on July 4 itself, but since the holiday falls on a Wednesday this year, this list goes from June 30 to July 5, in case you want to extend your holiday celebrations.

Here are our picks for where to celebrate 2018’s Fourth of July holiday, in the Central Florida area, from Atlantic Coast to Gulf Coast:

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Walt Disney World To Live Stream Magic Kingdom’s Fantasy In The Sky Fireworks Dec 31, 2017

Walt Disney World To Live Stream Magic Kingdom's Fantasy In The Sky Fireworks Dec 31

To close out 2017, Walt Disney World will be live streaming its “Fantasy In the Sky” fireworks from the Magic Kingdom on December 31.

If you can’t be there in person, this is the next best way to ring in the new year with Disney.

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Walt Disney World to Live Stream Magic Kingdom NYE Fireworks Dec 31

Fantasy In the Sky fireworks from the Magic Kingdom

This year you can enjoy the New Year’s Eve fireworks at the Magic Kingdom from the comfort of your home when Walt DIsney World streams them online.

The December 31 edition of Fantasy in the Sky will be shown live, starting at 11:45pm EST, on the official Disney Parks Blog. It will appear in a blog post at the top of the page.

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CitySurfing Orlando’s Picks for Celebrating the 4th of July 2016 in Central Florida

CitySurfing Orlando's Picks for Celebrating the 4th of July in Central Florida

There are many ways to celebrate the Fourth of July here in Orlando, from theme park events to city-sponsored events, and everything in between.

Most of the events are on July 4 itself, but the list goes from July 2 to July 4, in case you want to extend your holiday celebrations. Here are our picks for where to celebrate 2016’s Fourth of July holiday, in the Central Florida area, from Atlantic Coast to Gulf Coast:

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Walt Disney World to Live Stream Fantasy In the Sky Fireworks December 31

To close out 2016, Walt Disney World will be live streaming its “Fantasy In the Sky” fireworks from the Magic Kingdom on December 31.

Fantasy In the Sky fireworks from the Magic Kingdom

No matter where you are Thursday night, if you have a smartphone, tablet, or computer, and an internet connection, you’ll be able to watch live as the fireworks happen.

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Walt Disney World to Live Stream New Symphony in the Stars Fireworks Show Dec 18

As part of its new Star Wars offerings, Disney’s Hollywood Studios will debut a new nighttime fireworks show called “Symphony In The Stars: A Galactic Spectacular” on Friday, December 18.

Symphony In The Stars: A Galactic Spectacular at Disney's Hollywood Studios

“Symphony In The Stars: A Galactic Spectacular” is a Star Wars-themed show that pairs the fireworks to music from the Star Wars movies.

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Walt Disney World to Live Stream 4th of July Fireworks from Magic Kingdom

Can’t make it out to the Magic Kingdom to see their awesome 4th of July fireworks…or just don’t want to brave the crowds? Not to worry – Walt Disney World will be live streaming them for you to watch at home.

Disney’s Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert In The Sky

Starting at 9pm EDT, “Disney’s Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert In The Sky” will paint the sky red, white, and blue with fireworks as patriotic music fills the air. This special show features perimeter fireworks launched from around Magic Kingdom Park and an island in Seven Seas Lagoon.

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CitySurfing Orlando’s Picks for Celebrating the 4th of July in Central Florida

There are many ways to celebrate the Fourth of July here in Orlando, from theme park events to city-sponsored events, and everything in between.

CitySurfing Orlando's Picks for Celebrating the 4th of July in Central Florida

Most of the events are on July 4 itself, but the list goes from July 2 to July 5, in case you want to extend your holiday celebrations. Here are our picks for where to celebrate 2015’s Fourth of July holiday, in the Central Florida area, from Atlantic Coast to Gulf Coast:

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Walt Disney World to Stream New Year’s Eve Fireworks at Magic Kingdom

Holiday Wishes Magic Kingdom

Thousands of people will be at the Magic Kingdom tonight to ring in the new year, but if you can’t be there, you can still watch the countdown and fireworks show…all from the comfort of your home.

Walt Disney World has announced they will stream tonight’s “Fantasy in the Sky” fireworks live on the official Disney Parks Blog.

The streaming will begin at 11:35pm, with the show scheduled to start at 11:40pm (EST).

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10th Annual Come Out with Pride Returns to Orlando October 6-12, 2014

Come Out with Pride Orlando

The city’s LGBT community says Come Out with Pride Orlando, the week of October 6 through 12.

Don’t miss the largest LGBT-organized event in Florida and the only one with Fireworks! From a festive parade and entertainment to exhibits and vendors, the week long Come Out with Pride festivities are a testament to the strength and vitality of the Central Florida LGBT community.

This year marks the event’s 10th anniversary, and kicks off with a concert by Clean Bandit at Firestone Live on October 6, and the first of a 2-night stint for the Ladies of Eola Heights at The Abbey. On October 7, enjoy another night of the Ladies of Eola Heights, as well as an evening of fine food and wine at OUT & About at K Restaurant & Wine Bar.

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CitySurfing Orlando’s Guide for Where to Celebrate Fourth of July in Central Florida

Fireworks at the Fountain - Lake Eola

Looking for someplace to celebrate the 4th of July in Central Florida? Try one of these events, many of which are free:

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Come Out With Pride Orlando Week Runs October 1-6, 2013

Come Out With Pride Orlando, a week dedicated to LGBT events, will run October 1-6 this year.

Come Out With Pride OrlandoHighlights of this year’s event include film legend John Waters at The Abbey on October 1, Martha Wash at the Church Street Block Party on May 4, Taylor Dayne at Parliament House on October 5, and more.

The centerpiece of COWP week is the Pride Parade on Saturday, October 5, in downtown Orlando. The parade starts at 4pm, and winds its way around Lake Eola. There will be fireworks later in the evening.

For more details on Come Out WIth Pride, and its events, many of which are free, visit comeoutwithpride.com.

XL106.7 Announces Concert Line-Up for Red, Hot & Boom 2013

Red Hot & BoomOrlando pop radio station XL106.7fm has announced this year’s concert line-up for the 18th annual Red, Hot & Boom event.

Scheduled to perform are the Jonas Brothers, Hot Chelle Rae, MKTO, Melissa Gorga, and Stefano. The station is also holding a contest for a local musician or band to open the show.

Red, Hot & Boom takes place July 3, at Crane’s Roost Park, in Altamonte, and includes 4th of July fireworks. It is free to attend, but it gets really packed, so get there early and bring plenty of sunscreen. Last year, over 150,000 people attended.


Celebrate Fourth of July 2012 with these Orlando Events

Wondering where to take the family this Fourth of July to catch a good fireworks show in the Orlando area?

Here are some of our picks to celebrate in 2012:

Fireworks at the Fountain – Celebrate Fourth of July with the city’s annual fireworks show downtown at Lake Eola Park. Cost: Free

A Flashback Fourth of July – Enjoy fireworks and a retro movie-themed party at Celebration’s Town Center. Cost: Free

Monumental July 4th Celebration – Kissimmee’s annual festivities start with a Naturalization ceremony and live music, and end with a fireworks display over Lake Toho. Cost: Free

Red, Hot & Boom – Once again, radio station WXXLfm brings in name acts to Cranes Roost Park on July 3, to help celebrate Fourth of July. This year’s line-up includes Cobra Starship, Karmin, JoJo, Outasight, A Rocket to the Moon, Neon Hitch, and Chris Rene. Cost: Free

Star Spangled Sanford – Enjoy a night of fireworks at Fort Mellon Park in Sanford. Cost: Free

Walt Disney World – Epcot – The park’s nightly “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth” light and fireworks show will be enhanced with “The Heartbeat of Freedom,” an overture of traditional Americana themes displayed in a pyrotechnic and laser light event. . Cost: Included with park admission

Walt Disney World – Hollywood Studios – “Rockin’ 4th of July Celebration ” features fireworks and a light show backed by the sounds of the live band, Mulch, Sweat and Shears. Cost: Included with park admission

Walt Disney World – Magic Kingdom – “Disney’s Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky,” is a patriotic fireworks spectacular over Cinderella’s Castle. Cost: Included with park admission

2011 Fourth of July Celebrations Around Orlando

Travelocity recently named Orlando as the #1 destination for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend. If you’re going to be in town, here’s a list of some of the celebrations happening.

Altamonte Springs:

  • Red, Hot and Boom takes place Sunday, July 3, at Crane’s Roost Park. This annual fireworks show is enhanced by an all-day concert presented by WXXL-fm radio. This year’s musical line-up includes Paper Tongues, Mat Kearney, Shontelle, Cody Simpson, Hot Chelle Rae and All Star Weekend. The concert starts at 4pm and the fireworks at 9:30pm, but if you want a place to sit anywhere, you’d best get there in the early am because this free show is usually attended by over 100,000 people.

Celebration:

  • The city starts with a Fourth of July parade at 9am. The festivities resume at 5pm with Celebration Town Center’s “A Flashback 4th of July,” an 80’s-themed event featuring music from that decade played by Kattyshack and a live DJ, headlined at 8:30pm by A Flock of Seagulls. Fireworks are at 9:30pm, and the whole event is hosted by actor Justin Smith (“Vampire Diaries”; Meet the Spartans). It’s free to attend.

Downtown Orlando:

  • The City of Orlando is hosting the annual Fireworks at the Fountain from 4pm to 10pm on July 4. There will be food, live entertainment and fun for the whole family, around Lake Eola Park, culminating with fireworks at 9:30pm.

SeaWorld:

  • A special performance of the “Reflections” show featuring expanded fireworks set to patriotic music will start after dusk. Free with park admission.

St. Cloud:

  • The Fourth of July celebrations will start with a sunrise hot air balloon launch at the lakefront. It will resume at noon with live entertainment, games, kids events and more. The city of St. Cloud will then launch fireworks over the lake at 9:30pm, for this day-long free event.

Universal Studios:

  • On July 4, the Studios side of Universal Orlando will present the Universal360 show, starting at 9pm at the lagoon. Margaritaville’s Blue Stone Circle will also be performing from 5pm on at the Music Plaza Stage inside the park. Free with park admission.

Walt Disney World – Magic Kingdom:

  • The park will present a special showing of “Disney’s Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky” fireworks at 9pm on July 3 and July 4. Free with park admission.

Walt Disney World – Disney’s Hollywood Studios:

  • DHS presents “Rockin’ 4th of July Celebration” with fireworks and a special light show set to live music performed by Mulch, Sweat, and Shears, starting at 9:45pm on July 4. Free with park admission.

Walt Disney World – Epcot:

  • The park’s regular “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth” laser light and fireworks show will be extended with “The Heartbeat of Freedom,” a special overture of traditional Americana themes, July 4, starting at 10pm. Free with park admission.
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