The City of Sugar Land is bringing back the July 4 traditions! The skies of Sugar Land will light up with colorful pyrotechnics to celebrate America’s Independence Day. This free festival offers plenty of fun including an incredible fireworks display, music, food, vendors, children’s activities and more.
18355 Southwest Freeway
Sugar Land, TX 77479
Back and better than ever, attendees should prepare for the largest fireworks display in Fort Bend County! Prepare for an evening full of patriotic family fun, activities for all ages coupled with great food and a variety of music! Entertainment and activities will include a children’s zone complete with inflatables, photo opportunities, face painting, craft stations, and a main stage area featuring a variety of local talent. The event will conclude with a dazzling fireworks display that families can enjoy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a ticket to enter?
Yes. This event is free and open to the public. Free tickets will be required and will not be available the day of the event.
Where should I park?
We encourage attendees to take the shuttle to avoid traffic delays. Shuttle services are available at various offsite parking locations including Smart Financial Centre, Mercer Stadium and University of Houston-Sugar Land. Uber and Taxis are also welcome.
Are personal coolers permitted?
No coolers or outside food or beverages allowed.
Are pets allowed?
Pets are allowed on leashes only. Owner is responsible for picking up after their pets.
What is your bag policy?
Backpacks, bags and purses: For security purposes, all ticket holders consent to the reasonable inspection of his/her person and property, before entering the and/or on the grounds.
What other items are prohibited?
Illegal substances, drugs or drug paraphernalia, laser pointers and air horns, drones, remote-controlled aircraft, cigarettes, smoking is prohibited at Crown Festival Park, glass, cans, cups or coolers, outside food or beverages (including alcohol and candy), fireworks of any kind including sparklers