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2015 Branson MO Fourth of July Fireworks and Events

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2015 Branson MO Fourth of July Fireworks and Events

If you're visiting Branson, Missouri this weekend you'll want to catch at least one of the many Fourth of July fireworks events in 2015.

62nd Annual Hollister Fireworks- 7/4 at 9:30 pm

  • Can be viewed from both downtown Hollister and Downtown Branson areas around Lake Taneycomo
  • visible on boat if using Lake Taneycomo
  • 800 large displays
  • bring your own chairs
  • no alcohol allowed
  • admission is free!

Fireburst 2015 - 7/4 at 9:15 pm

  • Over Table Rock Lake (shot near Kimberling City Bridge)
  • Est. 1000 boats will gather!
  • BYO lawn chairs
  • can be viewed by car, boat or on foot near Branson West or Indian Point
  • admission is free!

Branson Landing's 8th Annual Fireworks and Light Concert- 7/3 at 10pm (Friday)

  • Free concert and Fireworks display
  • visible by boat and ashore Lake Taneycomo

Rockaway Beach- 7/4 at dusk

  • visible by boat and ashore at Rockaway Beach

College of the Ozarks- 6/28 at 9:15 pm (festivities begin prior starting at 5:30 pm)

  • Kids activities, music, BBQ, cotton candy and icecream (5:30-9:00pm)
  • Guests of the buffet get reserved parking and reserved fireworks seating complete with blankets and chairs!
  • visible on and very nearby C of O campus
  • NOT visible by boat

Big Cedar Lodge- 7/4 at dusk

  • Patriotic picnic, games, attractions, contests, crafts, entertainment, pony rides and food
  • visible by boat and from some remote locations surrounding the Table Rock Lake area

Chateau on the Lake Resort - 7/4 at dusk

  • Visible by boat on Table Rock Lake and ashore from some remote locations surrounding the area

Friendly British Invasion at The Titanic Museum and Attraction

  • There will be no musket fire, or cannon roar when Titanic celebrates the birth of our nation 239 years ago. The British come in peace this time, armed with only bangers & mash, pasties and chips – tasty offerings of good will and civilized behavior just for Titanic Museum Attraction visitors on Friday, July 3 – Sunday, July 5