Independence Day

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Authorities say that caution needs to be part of Independence Day celebrations.

Though it is legal to use certain kinds of fireworks in Wichita, only those inspected and approved by the Wichita fire marshal and sold from the tents around the city are OK. Approved fireworks emit sparks no more than six feet in any direction, and are not labeled as emitting flaming balls.

Make Some Plans This 4th Of July

Jul 2, 2015
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Wichita's official fireworks display is back!

For the first time since 2010, the City of Wichita will be ushering in the return of the pyrotechnic tradition alongside a city-wide Slip'N Slide, a block party and a baseball game.

Looking for something to do on the 4th of July? Check out ourĀ list of some the events happening in and around the Wichita area.

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Get your pyrotechnics fix this Fourth of July, with several Independence Day festivities in and around Wichita. Here is your guide for where to be when the celebrations and fireworks begin.

Bradley Fair: Meet in Bradley Fair on July 3 for a celebration of America. Enjoy the summer concert with Denny Jiosa from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., then sit back and be amazed as the fireworks dance over the Bradley Fair Lake.Ā 

11 Places To See Fireworks On The 4th Of July

Jul 2, 2013
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Wichita has not had a fireworks display for an Independence Day celebration since 2010, as the Wichita Eagle recently reported, but luckily there are locations in and around the city that will be hosting festivities that include some pyrotechnics: