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2015 Noblesville Fireworks Festival Planning in the Works!
Posted on Mar 10th, 2015 Comments (0)
The Noblesville July 4th Planning Committee is hard at work preparing for this year’s parade, festival, and fireworks display to be held on Saturday, July 4th, 2015! The Noblesville 4th of July Parade begins at 5pm! The sidewalks will be packed along the parade route as residents and visitors cheer for the parade participants! The festival, held on the grounds of Noblesville High School, will run from 6pm-10pm and will include family friendly and free activities, games, and live music!  The annual fireworks display will begin at approximately 10pm! Please note: the number of free activities we offer at the festival depends on the amount of money we raise in sponsorships and donations! Please consider supporting this annual event and look through available sponsorship levels on the Sponsorships tab to help make this year’s festivities spectacular!
Thank you for a great July 4th!
Posted on Jul 5th, 2014 Comments (0)
Many thanks to everyone involved in making this year's July 4th parade, festival, and fireworks show a big success!  If you missed any of the activities, check out  The parade, festival, and fireworks display are available for viewing on the main page.  On the parade video, the parade begins at about the 25 minute mark.  Thank you to this year's sponsors, volunteers, parade participants, and everyone who came out to attend the festivities!
Are You Ready for a Great July 4th in Noblesville?
Posted on Jul 3rd, 2014 Comments (0)
It’s hard to believe it’s almost time to celebrate July 4th in Noblesville!  THANK YOU to all of our sponsors and volunteers—without your assistance, the festivities would not be possible.  Check out the event timeline on the right side of this page for more details, but here’s the schedule:  The parade steps off at 5pm from the corner of 16th and Harrison and will be led by Chuck Layton, our wonderful Grand Marshal.  Thank you to Community Bank for sponsoring the parade!  At 6pm, the free festival begins on the grounds of Noblesville High School.  A big thank you to Industrial Dielectrics, Inc.—the sponsor of this festival for many years!  The festival runs from 6pm – 10pm.  Parking as well as all of the games, activities, and entertainment are FREE!  The only thing that will cost money is if you buy food or beverages from our food vendors.  People are welcome to bring a picnic dinner, but please note that alcohol is not allowed on school grounds.  The following will be selling food and beverages at the festival:  Culver's; Fat Daddy Food Truck; Kona Ice; Little Caesar's Pizza; Mrs. G's Taste of Home; Noblesville Sunrisers Kiwanis; and Wilson's.  At approximately 10pm, the fireworks display begins.  Please note that no sparklers, fireworks, alcohol, or smoking are allowed on school grounds.  We hope to see you for all of the fun July 4th activities in Noblesville!
Three Weeks Until the Big Day!
Posted on Jun 13th, 2014 Comments (0)
Are you ready for the 4th?  The Planning Committee continues to raise money and recruit volunteers to make this year's festivities a success.  We are especially in need of volunteers to work a 2 hour shift.  Please considering volunteering--you will receive a meal voucher and will be entered into a drawing for $300, $200, and $100.  To volunteer, contact Cindy at (317) 770-2007 or via email at  If you would like to donate to help pay for the entertainment, activities, and fireworks, then we still need financial assistance as well!  Click on the "Sponsorships" tab for more info.
Five Weeks Until the Big Day!
Posted on May 29th, 2014 Comments (0)
The Planning Committee is continuing to work hard to provide a great July 4th to the community!  Thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors and donors for your generosity in making these events possible for the community.  In particular, thank you to our long time Festival Sponsor—Industrial Dielectrics, Inc.!   Take a look at the Event Timeline to see what will be featured this year.  As always, the entertainment and activities at the festival are free for attendees.
Posted on May 29th, 2014 Comments (0)

NEW THIS YEAR:  The Planning Committee has partnered with Citizinvestor, a crowdfunding and civic engagement platform for local government projects, to debut a new online program which allows citizens or businesses to make secure, online credit card donations of any amount in order to help fund this year’s July 4th activities.  This program is designed to provide a city’s or town’s residents with a way to easily donate and support the community activities that residents believe are meaningful.  To make an online donation of $10, $25, or any amount, click here or go to and click on Noblesville Fireworks Festival.  Or, if you prefer to put pen to paper and donate with a check, that’s great too!  Please make checks payable to Noblesville Fireworks Festival and mail to:  Noblesville Fireworks Festival; c/o Noblesville City Hall; 16 S. 10th Street; Noblesville, IN  46060. 
Planning for the 2014 Festivities Has Begun!
Posted on Mar 18th, 2014 Comments (0)
It's been a long winter, but the Noblesville July 4th Planning Committee has already been at work to prepare for this year's parade, festival, and fireworks display.  Our event schedule will remain the same for this year, so be sure to mark your calendar for Friday, July 4th, 2014 and join us for the parade at 5pm, the festival on the grounds of Noblesville High School from 6pm - 10pm, and the fireworks display at approximately 10pm.  The number of free activities we offer at the festival depends on the amount of money we raise in sponsorships and donations.  Please take a look at the Sponsorships tab and consider helping make this year's festivities the best ever!
Thanks for a Great Event!
Posted on Jul 5th, 2013 Comments (0)
The July 4th Planning Committee would like to thank the many people who helped make this year's July 4th celebration in Noblesville such a big success!  Thank you to our generous sponsors whose financial support made this entire event possible.  Thank you to the City of Noblesville employees from the Street, Police, and Fire Departments who kept everything organized and everyone safe.  Thank you to the parade participants and the festival's food and entertainment vendors whose hard work made the event so enjoyable for all.  And thank you to all who attended the parade and festival and all who watched the fireworks.  We hope you had a fun and memorable July 4th!

~ Volunteers ~
The biggest challenge that the Noblesville Fourth of July Festival Planning Committee faces each year is finding enough volunteers to staff the festival and parade. Please consider donating two hours of your time to help make this event a success. Most volunteer shifts are from 3:30pm - 5:30pm, 6pm – 8pm, or 8pm – 10pm. Volunteers still have plenty of time to enjoy the Festival and the fireworks with their family and friends before or after their shift.
All volunteers receive a voucher for a free meal at the festival. Also, all volunteers receive a raffle ticket for a volunteers-only raffle with great prizes!  Many different opportunities are available—everything from setup assistance to monitoring the kids’ activities and more. For questions or to request more information about volunteering, contact Cindy at (317) 770-2007 or via email at

~ Event Timeline ~
Event Timeline for Friday, July 4th, 2015:
  • 4 pm - Parade check-in will begin at 16th and Harrison
  • 5 pm - Parade starts - the 2015 Grand Marshall and Parade Theme will be announced soon!
  • 6 pm - 10pm Free festival on the grounds of Noblesville High School (18111 Cumberland Road)
  • All games and activities at the festival are free, thanks to our event sponsors! As the event draws nearer, this section will be updated with the activities and games that will populate the festival area.
  • Food vendors will be at the festival or people may bring a picnic dinner.
  • Please:  No fireworks, sparklers, alcohol, or smoking are permitted on high school grounds.  Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash at all times and you must pick up after your dog.