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Sarasota has been celebrating the 4th of July since 1886, when the city was founded. Here are some of the best places to see fireworks in Sarasota in 2023:
About this Event
Head to North Sarasota to Nathan Benderson Park for a festive and patriotic celebration honoring America this July 3rd for the annual Fireworks on the Lake Driven by Lamborghini. Enjoy live music, family fun and, of course, a stunning fireworks display. Classic American fare and drinks available for purchase. Admission is free with paid parking.
About this event:
Enjoy delicious food from 75+ food trucks, plus a family fun zone & more.
Located in Parking Lot 4 (on the east side) of The Mall at University Town Center. Address is 140 University Town Center Dr, Sarasota, FL 34243.
July 1st (2pm-7pm)
July 2nd (12pm-6pm)
July 3rd (3pm-9pm)
$5 General Admission! Proceeds benefit 3 charities (Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, Breast Cancer Foundation of Central Florida, and Sarasota Manatee Association for Riding Therapy, Inc.)
Crescent Beach in Siesta Key (go LEFT on Midnight Pass Rd. after going over the Stickney Point Bridge. This beach is located on Siesta Key and is a great alternative to Siesta Key Beach if you’re looking for a less crowded spot. The fireworks can be seen from the beach, or from the neighboring restaurants and bars. Public parking #11 has parking and you can walk a short distance to the beach.
Bayfront Park: This park is located in downtown Sarasota and is a great place to watch the fireworks. There are a variety of food trucks and vendors at the park, so you can grab a bite to eat before or after the show.
Edison Park: This park is located in South Sarasota and is a great place to watch the fireworks. There is a playground and a splash pad at the park, so it’s a great option for families with children.