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How to Celebrate a Denver 4th of July Without Fireworks or Crowds

Nothing says Independence Day quite like a spectacular fireworks display illuminating the evening sky, but COVID-19 restrictions mean that events which draw large crowds—like lighting off fireworks—are simply out of the question.

If you’re searching for creative ways to make your Denver 4th of July memorable despite these unusual measures, then our team at INFINITI OF DENVER is here to help. We’ve compiled a list of the five best ways to celebrate a Denver 4th of July without the fireworks or the crowds. We care about our community, so we brainstormed some activities that will ensure you have an incredible holiday, while keeping your friends and family safe.

Top 6 Ways to Celebrate 4th of July Without Fireworks or Crowds

Whether the patriotism, the sense of community, the grilled hotdogs, or the excuse for a good party ranks as your favorite part of Independence Day, one of these alternatives to fireworks is bound to check all your boxes.

  1. Look for Shooting Stars 

    If there’s just something you love about the act of staring up at a dazzling performance in the night sky on the 4th of July, then don’t let a global pandemic stand in your way—fireworks may be canceled, but Mother Nature has a way of stepping in at the right moment.Simply pack up your family, friends, or a loved one into your INFINITI and make your way to a clearing with as little light pollution as possible. Before long, you’re bound to catch a glimpse of a few shooting stars.

  1. Host A Patriotic Barbecue 

    Though you may not be comfortable hosting a massive party inside of your home right now, a small cookout in your backyard can be a great way to celebrate the birth of the nation while still maintaining some social distance.Throw some food on the grill, hang some banners, and get creative with how you show your love of country with your friends and family this year.

  1. Go Camping 

    As a Denver native, you have access to some of the most beautiful scenery in the nation; maybe you can’t watch fireworks this 4th of July, but that doesn’t mean you can’t witness something awe-inspiring.Whether you prefer to take a lightweight approach, or you haul a whole mini camper, the 2020 INFINITI QX80 is a camping lover’s dream. Take your mountain-ready SUV out for a spin this 4th of July weekend and remind yourself how lucky you are to live in such a beautiful part of the United States!

  1. Get Crafty 

    Maybe you have kids and you don’t want them to lose sight of the meaning behind Independence Day, or perhaps you’re just a Pinterest addict looking for a reason to tackle a new project. Either way, crafts are an engaging way to honor the 4th of July without fireworks.For a more educational experience, you can create small American flags from felt, explaining the significance of the stars and stripes. To keep things on the lighter side, simply whipping up some red, white, and blue slime is a fun way to celebrate the day.

  1. Substitute Sparklers and Confetti 

    For some, it just doesn’t feel like the 4th of July without a little bit of flash and excitement. You can still create a bit of entertainment on your own this year with sparklers and red, white, and blue confetti.These handheld accoutrements of patriotism may not have quite as much pizazz as you’re used to, but they will help to add a celebratory feeling to the day.

  2. Or if you are looking for freedom with the open road and need a new vehicle, INFINITI OF DENVER is open in our Sales Department from 9am-5pm on Saturday, July 4th.  Take advantage of our Summer Event incentives including 0.00% Financing for 72 months and 90-day deferred payment on both New & Certified Pre-Owned INFINITIs.


2020’s 4th of July is certainly unusual, but that also means that it’s sure to be memorable. We hope that everyone in our community has a safe and happy 4th of July!

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Best Places To Spend 4th Of July In Denver

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4th of July is without a doubt a fun time of year - between the cook-outs, the fireworks, and the beautiful weather. It's a great day to celebrate our country with the people you love. Denver is always a fun place to be, but it's especially fun over a holiday and there's tons of things to do here that will make spending your 4th of July here worthwhile. Below are some of our favorite places to spend a mile high 4th of July.

The Firework Show At Coors FieldImage result for coors field 4th of july fireworks

The Colorado Rockies typically have a few games around the 4th of July, but what comes after the games are what's really special. Coors Field will host a huge firework show after the games on both July 2nd and July 3rd, and their firework shows are definitely a sight to see. The fireworks typically start about 20-25 minutes after the game ends, that way they can clear anyone not staying for the fireworks out of the stadium. Tickets for the firework shows come in very high demand and usually sell out fast, so be sure to get them ASAP. The tickets usually run at about $50 for two tickets, but for the proximity you're getting it's definitely worth spending the money. Don't want to buy tickets or they're already sold out? Don't worry, you still have a few options! You can snag a spot at a rooftop bar nearby or view it from pretty much anywhere close by. You definitely don't want to miss one of the best displays in Denver, get your tickets here.

Independence Eve at Civic Center Park

Independence Eve is always an eventful way to spend your 4th of July for free. Enjoy some live music from popular local bands that starts at 5:00 PM while eating some delicious food from the food trucks and sipping on a variety of craft beers and wines. For the past ten years, this has been one of the most popular 4th of July Image result for independence day eve denverevents in Denver and it has always had great turnout. The gates open at 4:00 PM, so be sure to get there before the live music begins to grab a good spot. It's also encouraged you bring a lawn chair or blanket for comfortable seating, or even a picnic if you would like. And of course, the evening ends with a huge finale at 9:30 PM consisting of a light show and fireworks atop the Denver City and County Building. This display is definitely a sight to see, so be sure to stop by and take a look at the incredible show. Learn more here.

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Aside from the incredible firework displays Denver has, we also offer other fun activities to do over 4th of July weekend. One of the biggest events is the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, right in the heart of the popular neighborhood of Cherry Creek. Right on the 2nd and 3rd avenues from Clayton to Steele street, you can find live music, food & drinks, and 265 excellent artists from July 5th-7th. On Friday and Saturday, the festival starts at 10:00 AM and ends at 8:00 PM, and on Sunday the hours are from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. The best part? Admission into the festival is completely free! If you're worried about parking, The Cherry Creek Shopping Center is also offering free daytime parking during the days of the event. Also, if you want to have a night out, on Friday and Saturday night they are also hosting Festival Nights from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM. This is a great family fun event with a lot of activities, art, and live entertainment that you can't miss! Learn more about the art festival here.

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