Fourth of July Fireworks & Events in Sonoma County
This year, celebrate the red, white, and blue in Wine Country!
From parades and picnics to legendary fireworks and quirky events—like a "duck dash" in downtown Healdsburg—Life Opens Up in Sonoma County for Independence Day.
Here are some of the area's top Fourth of July events and firework displays.
Sonoma's Hometown Fourth of July
Starting with mimosas at 8 a.m. and ending with a vibrant, 45-minute firework display on General Vallejo Field, Sonoma's Hometown Fourth of July is a day-long celebration of our country's independence. Hosted by the Sonoma Volunteer Firefighters Association, the annual event includes a morning parade and ceremony as well as three hours of live local music at Grinstead Amphitheater.
Kenwood Fourth of July Parade
Fourth of July in Kenwood is a festive day for the whole family. Get to the parade route early for the pancake breakfast and to cheer on runners as they cross the finish line during the city's annual July 4th foot race. Then, enjoy the legendary Kenwood Parade, which features large floats and live music. Afterward, head over to Kenwood Plaza Park for the after-parade picnic and silent auction.
Cloverdale Fourth of July Fireworks
The cozy city of Cloverdale sure knows how to throw a party, and the Fourth of July is no exception! Every year, the city hosts a spectacular firework display at Jack Hoffman Field that brings the entire community and beyond together for an evening of lively celebration.
Healdsburg Fourth of July Kids Parade and Duck Dash
July 4, 2023
Every year, hundreds of families gather at Healdsburg Plaza for the Fourth of July Kids' Parade and Duck Dash. From lawn games and Duck Dash Races to a parade around the plaza, this event offers something for everyone. The celebrations end around 1 p.m., giving attendees plenty of time to grab some food and snag the perfect spot to view the fireworks later that evening in Healdsburg.
Other Things to Do in Sonoma County
Along with these fantastic fireworks displays and Fourth of July events, there are plenty of other things to see and do this summer in Sonoma County, like hiking through the redwoods, enjoying farm-to-table cuisine, and, of course, visiting local vineyards and wineries.
Find more inspiration on our Things to Do page.