The Fourth of July Celebration Presented by

The City of Glenwood Springs and First Bank

Thursday, July 4th, 2019

Location: Two Rivers Park 

Time: 5-10PM


Event Description

The Fourth of July Celebration presented by FirstBank is a free family friendly event that kicks off at 5PM in Two Rivers Park with kids activities, games, crafts, face painting, fire trucks, food/beverage vendors, LOTS of giveaways and more!

​Parking and Shuttle

Parking is very limited at Two Rivers Park. While there is some parking nearby and handicapped spaces in the park, patrons are encouraged to park at the Glenwood Springs High School and utilize the free shuttle service. Shuttles start at 5PM. Special thanks to the Hanging Lake Shuttle Service!

Live Music

Music begins at 6PM with Symphony in the Valley! Musicians from all walks of life living in Garfield, Eagle, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, and Mesa counties who come together for the love of live classical music. The orchestra typically performs twin concerts in Glenwood Springs and Rifle, Colorado in the months of October, December, March, and May, as well as Independence Day concerts in July. Celebrating 25 years of live music, the Symphony looks forward to many more years of bringing people together.

Headlining the evening will be Front Range favorite, Hazel Miller. This audience dazzler has appeared in countless festivals, concerts and fundraisers to the delight of her loyal fans. Hazel is always backed by some of the finest musicians and vocalists in the world.
The band performs original, Jazz, Blues, R&B and Top 40 music.

Laser Show

The evening is capped off by a one-of-a-kind laser performance above the softball field starting around 9:45PM. The show will bring Red Mountain alive with waves of color, choreographed to classic rock, country, classical and pop hits from today!

**Not Permitted at the Event**

  • Smoking of any kind
  • Glass Containers
  • Pets (I.e Dogs, Cats, Goats, etc...)
  • Outside Charcoal or Propane Grills
  • Slacklining in Main Event Area
  • Soliciting

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Q: Should I drive to the event?
A: Parking in Two Rivers Park will just be for handicapped access and medical personnel. There will be a COMPLIMENTARY shuttle service at the Glenwood Springs High School both to and from the event thanks to the Hanging Lake Shuttle Service!

Q: If I bike to the event, will there be adequate parking?
A: There will be plenty of bicycle parking at the Park at various entrances. Please bring your own bike lock!

Q: Can I bring my dog?
A: The Fourth of July Celebration is a family friendly event with loud noises and food. We do not believe this is a suitable environment for pets, so please leave all animals at home.

Q: Will there be alcohol?
A: There will NOT be alcohol sales in Two Rivers Park. Patrons are allowed to bring their own beverages to the event, but please, NO GLASS!

Q: Is smoking allowed within the park?
A: There will be a designated tobacco smoking section behind the band shell. Any consumption of marijuana will result in immediate removal from park grounds.

Q: Can I slackline in the park?
A: Slacklining will be allowed in certain areas of the park, but will not be allowed inside the main area of activation's.

Event Information

For event information please contact:
Pat Miller

Thank you to all of our local sponsors for your continued support and generosity.


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Presented by 1st Bank