Imagine watching the night skies light up with color while relaxing in your private hot tub! Several fireworks displays are planned in the Branson area, from June 30 through July 6, many of which will be visible from the decks at Cameron’s Crag Bed and Breakfast.
Honor America Day at College of the Ozarks starts off the festivities on June 30 with a picnic and live music on the lawn around Lake Honor beginning at 6:00 pm followed by a fireworks display at dusk. The campus is about one half mile from Cameron’s Crag.
Branson Landing’s 6th Annual Liberty Light Up Concert and Fireworks display is set for Wednesday, July 3. The celebration begins with an 8:00 pm concert with The Horn Dawgs in front of the Landing fountains. This amazing 11-piece horn band features several area entertainers including Bucky Heard of the Blues Brothers at Legends in Concert and Gary Myers, lead guitarist and Emcee for Mickey Gilley. The Dawgs don’t just put on a great show, they give you a great EXPERIENCE.
Following the concert, enjoy an incredible fireworks exhibition produced by Gateway Fireworks Displays. From the choreographed opening to the Signature Grand Finale, the 6th Annual Liberty Light Up promises an unforgettable display. AND…after the fireworks, stick around while The Horn Dawgs take the stage for an encore performance to end the evening.
On Thursday, July 4, Branson Landing and the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks host the Firecracker 5000 and 10K. A one-mile walk/run covering the Branson Landing is also an option for participants.
Activities scheduled for Thursday, July 4 include a picnic, games, entertainment, pony rides, and fireworks at Big Cedar Lodge. Tickets and All-You-Can-Play wristbands available at the ticket booth starting at 2:00 pm. Wristbands $30. Entertainment by the Clay Self Band beginning at 7:00 pm followed by fireworks at dusk. For an extra special evening, make reservations aboard the custom 62′ yacht, Lady Liberty, for appetizers, dinner, drinks, and entertainment. Reservations required for the dinner cruise.
July 4 Festivities at Chateau on the Lake, include an outdoor BBQ, live music and fireworks. Other July 4 fireworks displays are scheduled at Silver Dollar City, Shepherd of the Hills Homestead, and downtown Hollister, and the city of Rockaway Beach. Most of these displays will be visible from the decks at Cameron’s Crag.
Independence Day activities are also planned at Copper Run Distillery. Come out for local food, games, live music on the lawn, spiked fruit, handcrafted drinks for adults and kids, small batch spirits, and more.
For some of the best seats in the house and a different perspective on evening fireworks displays, Main Street Lake Cruises offers two Fireworks Cruises aboard the luxury yacht, The Landing Princess. Choose a 1.5 hour cruise on July 3 in conjunction with the Branson Landing Liberty Light Up or a 2.5 hour cruise July 4 in time for the Rockaway Beach fireworks display.
Saturday, July 6 is Fireburst 2013 in Kimberling City, MO. Pre-event at Kimberling Shopping Center, live entertainment by The Missouri Boatride Bluegrass Band from 7-9 pm, and a spectacular fireworks display choreographed to music on 100.1 radio at 9:15.
Private hot tubs and chairs provided on the decks of Cameron’s Crag for our guests. Bring lawn chairs or blankets if you plan to watch the fireworks from another location.
Updates and Additions as of 6/27/13:
Branson Landing Liberty Light Up on July 3 at the Branson Landing will be broadcast on KOZL 27. The program will preempt the regular 9:00 and 10:00 pm newscasts.
July 4 festivities in Rockaway Beach include fun and entertainment from 2pm – 10 pm with fireworks scheduled to begin at 9:30.
Branson Mill Craft Village will have music on their free performance stages, prize drawing, and special offers July 4-7. Tanger Outlet’s annual 4th of July Sidewalk Sale extends July 4-7, 9:00 am – 9:00 pm (10 am – 7 pm Sunday). The Shoppe’s at Branson Meadows is also having their July 4th Summer Sale July 4-7.
Jim and Lori Bakker, hosts of The Jim Bakker TV Show are holding a “Fourth of July Celebration” July 1-5 with seminars, special guests, concerts, and The Jim Bakker Show.