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¿Que Pasa?-Week of 07/03/19
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By Brandon Rivera

Leave the sparklers at home and join the biggest bash of the season. Bring the family to enjoy children’s activities, food trucks and great music. Big Boom Bash by Lakewood, a free Fourth of July celebration, will take place on Thursday, July 4th, at Jeffco Stadium, showcasing a spectacular 20-minute fireworks display at dark. The one-of-a-kind fireworks display will be choreographed to music simulcast by MIX 100, and spectators outside of the stadium are encouraged to tune in to 100.3 FM to celebrate the holiday. For event details, visit or call the Big Boom Bash hotline at 303-987-7899.

Join Adams County as they kick off the counties biggest Forth of July fireworks display, Independence Day Celebration, Stars & Stripes on July 3, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. This is Adams County’s fifth annual Stars and Stripes celebration. Kick off your Independence Day celebrations at this free event, with live music by Southern Fryed, The Kory Brunson Band and Midnight Marty Machine. Fireworks begin at 9:30 p.m.

The City of Brighton will host a 4th of July Community Celebration from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, July 4 at Carmichael Park, located just behind Brighton City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave. This year’s celebration will feature free activities for children as well as a variety of food vendors. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets, lawn chairs, sunscreen, bug spray, water, etc. Stay after the concert for one of the region’s largest firework displays. For more information contact the City’s Special Events Division at 303-655-2218.

The city of Aurora wants you to celebrate the Fourth of July Spectacular with them. This event is sure to get families together and make the sky shine more than ever. This 4th of July spectacular is sure to entertain all ages. Bring your blankets or chairs to the Aurora Municipal Center on July 4, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and be prepared to enjoy mouthwatering food and amazing entertainment in preparation for the spectacular firework show. Visit for more information.

The City of Fort Collins is excited to announce the lineup of activities for the 4th of July Community Celebration. Independence Day in Fort Collins will include a morning parade, evening musical performances at City Park, and the traditional fireworks display over Sheldon Lake at City Park. The Fort Collins 4th of July celebration begins with a traditional Independence Day parade at 10 a.m. The parade will travel west on Mountain Ave., beginning at Meldrum St. and ending at Jackson Ave. Please note that there will be street closures in the area of the parade and parking may be limited in some areas. Visit for more information.

Pueblo West Metropolitan District has celebrated Independence Day with a splash. What began as typical hot July morning, as Fire Chief Jack Fowler sprayed a crowd of sweaty spectators with a fire hose along the parade route, has now turned into the largest wet parade and water fight west of the Mississippi. This year our parade is themed, “Let Freedom Ring” and begins at 10 a.m. on July 4. The parade route along Joe Martinez Blvd. is transformed into a winding stream of blasting water cannons and squirt guns. Visit for more information.





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