Bellevue 4th of July Fireworks

July 4, 2021

Fireworks will return for the 4th of July!

This year’s event will look different than past Bellevue Family 4th celebrations. No entertainment, concerts, or other activities are planned before or after the fireworks. The City of Bellevue and the Bellevue Downtown Association (BDA) have co-produced a fireworks show for 28 years. Learn more.

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The fireworks will go off at approximately 10:05 p.m. from the Downtown area and last for 15-17 minutes.


Bellevue Downtown Park will be open as a viewing area for the fireworks. There will also be a livestream available (on this page) to watch from home. 


Free parking will be available at The Bellevue Collection garages after 7 p.m. on July 4.


Several streets will be closed near the park to keep people safe and minimize delays. Please be patient, observe posted signs and obey police officers directing traffic. A full list of street closures before and after the event is available here


We're excited to be among several fireworks shows returning to our region, including: Everett, EdmondsJBLM, Arlington, Snoqualmie, and Carnation.


As part of the Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery, outdoor events are returning to normal operations.

  • Stay home if you are sick or may have been exposed to someone who was feeling sick.  
  • There will be no separate areas for vaccinated and unvaccinated areas.  Vaccination status will not be checked upon entry to park viewing areas.
  • If you are not fully vaccinated, current masking guidelines state you should continue to wear face coverings and practice physical distancing in public.
  • Park fireworks viewing area is an open seating area, no physical distancing will be enforced.  
  • Wash stations, portable restrooms with hand sanitizer will be available throughout the park
  • If you are not vaccinated or immuncompromised, enjoy the show from home via our live stream coverage of the show
  • For additional information on how to protect yourself and others, please visit the Department of Health web site at Frequently Asked Questions Washington State Department of Health






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