The Noblesville Fourth of July Fireworks Festival and Parade is a family-friendly tradition that dates back to 1997. The day begins with the annual Fourth of July Parade with the honorary grand marshal, Mayor John Ditslear, state representatives, community businesses and organizations, local youth sports teams, public safety vehicles and others traveling through downtown Noblesville. Afterwards, the fun continues at the Fireworks Festival at Noblesville High School with live music, games, inflatables, food and other entertainment and activities. The holiday concludes with the fireworks show lighting up the nighttime sky that guests can view right from the festival.
The entire event is geared around the family - making memories, spending time together and celebrating our great country's history and heritage. Thanks to all of our sponsors and donations from local businesses and individuals that fund 100% of the costs, the event free of charge to all attendees.
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. Residents are asked to please consider donating a couple of hours of their time to help make this event a success. Volunteer shifts are from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., 5:30 to 8 p.m. and 7:30 to 10 p.m. with opportunities to assist in setup, monitoring the kids’ activities and more. Volunteers still have plenty of time to enjoy the festival and fireworks with their family and friends before or after their shift.
All volunteers receive a voucher for a free meal at the festival. Some organizations can earn in-kind trade of discounted rates for facility rentals. Organizations volunteering with at least 10 volunteers and reaching 20 hours of service can earn a free 4-hour court or shelter rental. To volunteer or for more information, contact email@example.com or call (317) 770-5750.