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Our Green Clean Machines are all over the Austin area keeping this great city of ours looking great!  We service many different communities, so I thought it might be helpful to list some of our top picks in the Austin area for local fireworks.  

We all like to go out, spend time with loved ones, and “ooh” and “aah” over the brilliant colors in the sky.  So, if you are in the Austin area on July 4th and want to catch some of the spectacular displays in the sky, you may want to check these out…

1.  38th Annual Austin Symphony H-E-B July 4th Concert & Fireworks

***Please Note:  This show is usually held at Austin’s Auditorium Shores but, since that location is undergoing some renovations, The Circuit of Americas is hosting this year.

9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd
Austin, TX 78617

TIME: 4 pm Family Friendly events are planned to keep all ages occupied until….
            8:30 pm The Orchestra is set to start
            9:30 pm Fireworks Begin

PARKING: Parking Lots Open at 3pm and Lot F is FREE

FEES:  Close-in parking is $10 but the event itself is free – other than vendors and food being sold

PERSONAL OPINION: With this venue already being an amphitheater, The Austin Symphony Orchestra should sound absolutely perfect under the Texas sky filled with Fireworks!

For more information click here.  

2.  Bob Schneider’s 4th of July Bash

Photo via FacebookWHERE: Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheater
12225 Highway 290 West
Austin, TX 78737

TIME: Opens at 6PM and show starts at 7:30pm

PARKING: Plenty of parking and they usually state the charge the day of the event.  (I’ve paid $5 and $10 to park here before)

FEES: V.I.P tables cost from $250-$350 for 4 People
          Around $21 for Advanced General Admission

PERSONAL OPINION:  You can bring in one small folding chair.  This is a great 4th of July date night with friends or your significant other.  I wouldn’t suggest bringing the kids to this one.  It seems to have more of a drinking vibe for the night.

The V.I.P tables sell out early so book now!

Click here for information on Bob Schneider and Click here to head to Nutty Brown’s website.



WHERE:  The Shore Club
16107 FM 2769
Volente, Texas 78641

TIME: Opens at 6 pm on Saturday, July 5th

PARKING: Plenty of parking

FEES: You can get in free of charge if you show your waterpark pass from that day.  Admission is $8 per person after 8:00.

Fireworks will begin at dusk.

Fajita Buffet: They do offer a Fajita Buffet that sells out in advance so make sure to call ahead and reserve a spot! 7 pm by reservation Only.  The cost is $25 for Adults & $13 for kids 12 and under (for reservations please call 512-258-5110).

PERSONAL OPINION:  If you want to be by the water this is a great spot to watch the fireworks.  I am not a fan of the dark drive leaving the venue with so many people.  Please drive carefully!


WHERE:  Old Settlers Park3300 E Palm Valley Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78665

TIME: 10 pm Fireworks Begin

PARKING: There is a fee for parking.

FEES: Entrance is Free; however, there is a fee for parking.

PERSONAL OPINION:  The Fireworks which begin at 10 pm are timed with a concert from the Austin Symphonic Band – which is awesome. This is one of the most family friendly fourth of July events that I have attended in the Austin area.

Highway 79 may be quite busy that day since The Round Rock Express will also host a game that night and will host fireworks right after their game.  But, on the other hand, sit in the right spot and you get two fireworks shows in Old Settlers Park because you can see the Dell Diamond Round Rock Express fireworks as well!

Plan to get their early!

 I hope this helps you and your family plan where you will “ooh” and “aah” over all of the brilliant colors in the sky this Independence Day.  Wherever you are…please be festive, be safe, wear red, white and blue, and clean up what you blow up!

Do you know of a great fireworks display in your area that we didn’t list above?  Please let us hear about it in the comments section below.Happy Independence Day!