It’s time to wave the American flag, eat a hot dog and watch some fireworks! The Fourth of July is just around the corner and you have plenty of places to celebrate through Skagit County! All the fun starts on July 1 and takes you right up through Monday, July 4. Here are the 2022 July Fourth Firework Displays in Skagit County.

man carving a design out of wood with a chainsaw at Loggerodeo, July Fourth weekend
Don’t miss the chainsaw carving competition at Loggerrodeo, taking place Fourth of July weekend. Photo courtesy: Loggerodeo

If you plan on having your own fireworks at home, be sure to check Skagit County rules and regulations regarding them.


July 1-July 4
Times and locations vary

The Loggerodeo is happening once again during July Fourth weekend! This year, there will be no carnival, but there will be plenty of other fun to be had. From beard and barbecue contests to the pinnacle chainsaw carving competition, there will be plenty to keep you busy. Not to mention all the food and the Grand Parade on the 4th of July at 11 a.m. For viewing, head to Metcalf or Ferry Street. At 6 p.m., the PRCA Rodeo kicks off at the Rodeo Grounds. The firework show is happening on July Fourth at Riverside Park at dark. For more information including a complete schedule, visit the Loggerodeo website.

Big Lake Fireworks

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The Big Lake Firework show has been a 4th of July tradition since 1963. Photo courtesy: Big Lake Fire Association

Saturday, July 3
Big Lake
Weather permitting

As long as the weather is nice, the Big Lake Firework show will once again be happening on July 3, 2022! The show is free, being fully funded by the Big Lakes Firefighters Association. However, donations are greatly appreciated and provide funding for the fire department’s equipment and training. For more information visit the Big Lake Fire Department website.

Fabulous 4th of July, Mount Vernon

Monday, July 4
Edgewater Park
600 Behrens-Millet Road, Mount Vernon
10 p.m.

The 2022 Fabulous 4th of July will once again not have music or food, but there will be plenty of the main event, fireworks! You can bring your own snacks to enjoy, along with a blanket or chairs. Don’t want to cook? Head to a local restaurant for some yummy take out before hitting the park. No personal fireworks, alcohol, canopies or barbecues allowed. Be sure to bring a flashlight to find your way after the show. For more information visit the Mount Vernon website.

Old Fashioned 4th of July in La Conner

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4th of July in La Conner has everything you could want in an old-fashioned Independence day. Photo courtesy: Linda Lipke

Monday July 4
Pioneer Park, La Conner
12 p.m.

The Old Fashioned 4th of July in La Conner is back for 2022 and is sure to be a fun day for the whole family! They will be having their parade, watermelon eating contest and three-legged racing once again. Come hungry and leave full with plenty of food vendors with all your summer favorites as well as food from local restaurants. Those 21 years old and over can cool off with drinks from the local breweries and wineries.

In the evening, groove to the tunes during the concert featuring The Chris Eger Band, Powerhouse Horns and BroHam. Then it’s the main event! The fireworks happening at 10 p.m. For more information, visit the 4th of July in La Conner, WA Facebook page.

Rock The Dock

Monday July 4
Seafarers’ Memorial Park, Anacortes
5 p.m.

The Port of Anacortes is having their annual Rock the Dock on July 4, at 5 p.m. Celebrate Independence Day with a free community concert featuring Pacific Twang, Darin Jones and the Last Men Standing. Then, stay for the amazing firework show! For more information, visit the Port of Anacortes website.

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