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City of Kissimmee July 4th Celebration

More than 45,000 people make their way to Kissimmee’s Lakefront Park for one of Osceola County’s most popular events. 

The annual 4th of July celebration features lots of fun, live music and magnificent fireworks.

The event officially begins at 5pm.

Food Trucks Galore

At 6pm the food bazaar will come to life.

Over a dozen food trucks line the Lakefront Park Lawn ready to serve you treats from around the world.

Some of the past trucks have included: Au Naturel, Baboyz, C&S Brisket Bus, Cafe Rouge, Charlie's Bakery, ChiPhi, Dixieland Diner,El Cactus Azul, El Cubanito, In Yer Belly, Korean BBQ Taco Box, La Empanada, Melissa's Chicken & Waffles, Monsta Lobsta, Rubio's Baja Grill, Tastebuds, The Crepe Company, Treasure Island Treats,Up in Smoke BBQ, Voodoo Kitchen, Wako Taco and Yum Yum Cupcakes.

While coolers are permitted in the park guests are not allowed to bring alcoholic beverages in.

Beer is available for sale along with the food at the bazaar.

Entertainment for Al

After you have set up your space on the lawn it is time to enjoy the evening.

There is a children’s activity zone so the little ones can have fun as well.

Karaoke, arts & crafts and bingo are some of the other activities that will take place leading up to the fireworks show.

At 6:30pm live bands take the stage as the first act of the evening.

Following the live entertainment the fireworks finale will begin over Lake Tohopekaliga.

Kissimmee Lakefront Park is located at 201 East Dakin Avenue, in Kissimmee, FL.

Getting There

You can easily access the park by car or the Lynx bus.

The following busses can get you to the venue: 10, 18, 26, 55, 56, 57, 108, 208, FL441 and NL631/632.

Routes and bus numbers are updated by Lynx.

By Marie Ospina

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