Lakewood’s 4th of July Big Boom Bash At Jeffco Stadium
Big Boom Bash by Lakewood
Gravina’s Window Center of Littleton is proud to be a part of the Big Boom Bash by Lakewood, a new Fourth of July celebration. Hosted by the City of Lakewood, the Big Boom Bash includes activities for the kiddos, community art, vendor booths, food trucks, a beer garden from local breweries and much more, highlighted by fireworks choreographed to music. Even though the event is FREE, there will be food and drinks on hand for purchase, and suitable for everyone! Join us this year to celebrate America’s Independence Day, Lakewood style!
Big Boom Bash kicks off at 5:30 p.m. and concludes with a spectacular 20-minute firework display at dark, beginning at approximately 9:15 p.m.
The event includes children’s activities, a community art project, vendor booths and local food trucks. The Lakewood Beer Garden presented by Foothills Credit Union will feature beer from Lakewood breweries and hard cider for purchase.
Primary parking areas are at Jeffco Stadium and Trailblazer Stadium. The stadium gates will open at 5:30 p.m. Upon entry, all guests are subject to a bag search and security check to ensure restricted items are not brought into this family-friendly event. Guests are welcome to bring small bags, small soft-sided coolers, picnics and unopened non-alcoholic beverages. Guests can help make Big Boom Bash a zero-waste event by packing food and drinks in reusable non-glass containers and using products that can be composted or recycled.
For parking and entry details and a list of items allowed or prohibited from the venue, visit BigBoomBash.com or call the Big Boom Bash hotline at 303-987-7899.
Join us for a free fireworks event on Wednesday, July 4 at Jeffco Stadium.
Big Boom Bash by Lakewood is organized by the City of Lakewood. It is generously sponsored by MIX 100, Foothills Credit Union, Jeffco Public Schools, Gold Compass Real Estate, Gravina’s Window Center of Littleton, Honest Tea, Sprouts Farmers Market and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).
Have a safe and Happy Fourth of July!