It seems like everyday we get another piece of good news in regards to the pandemic and our way of life. There are so many things that we missed in the last year and with Idaho going back to stage 4 our lives are getting back to "normal". Concerts are coming back now that there is no limitations on large gatherings and big events are being announced daily. The latest is the City of Boise 4th of July Fireworks show at Ann Morrison Park.

“We have made huge strides in recent months in the fight against COVID-19 and I can’t imagine a better way to celebrate our citizens’ resiliency than with a state-of-the-art firework display for all to enjoy,” Mayor McLean said in a statement.

This year you will notice that there will be no food or beverage vendors at the park, however visitors are invited to pack their coolers and bring their own dinner or snacks.  Parking will not be allowed at Ann Morrison and the park will be closed to vehicles all day on the Fourth of July. Biking and walking are encouraged and even though the fireworks will go off at 10:15 everyone is encouraged to show up early and bring chairs or blankets to make their evening comfy. Since the park will be closed to vehicles here are some ideas on places to park.

  • Boise State University – Brady Street Garage
  • Eastman: 848 W. Main St.
  • Capitol Terrace: 770 W. Main St.
  • City Centre: 312 S. 9th St.
  • Grove Street: 234 S. 10th St.
  • Boulevard: 245 S. Capitol Blvd.
  • Myrtle Street: 789 W. Broad Street

 

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