Celebrate the 4th of July in downtown Aspen. Stroll the Cooper and Hyman Ave. Pedestrian Malls and enjoy dazzling performers and lights aglow. Make your way to Wagner Park and top off Independence Day with a spectacular Laser Light Show.
Free to attend.
Open lawn seating. Please practice responsibility and respect.
8:30 – 10:30 p.m. – Dazzling Mall Performers
9:15 – 9:45 p.m. – Laser Show in Wagner Park
Food & beverage will not be provided in Wagner Park but we encourage you to support one of the many local restaurant's surrounding Aspen’s core before and after the show.
No alcohol is permitted.
What to bring: Picnic blankets are welcomed to sit on during the 30 minute long show in Wagner Park. We suggest a jacket or sweater for after the sun goes down.
Where to go: 4th of July evening festivities will take place on the Cooper and Hyman Ave. Pedestrian Malls and Wagner Park located at 350 E Durant Ave.
Roaring Fork Transit Authority (RFTA) provides free RFTA bus service from the Brush Creek Park n’ Ride to the Rubey Park Transit Center located just one block away from Wagner Park and the evening’s festivities.
(All passengers riding RFTA are required to wear masks, please visit RFTA for more information.)
Parking is very limited in downtown Aspen. If you are driving, parking is available on a first come first serve basis at the Rio Grande Parking Plaza located at 427 Rio Grande Place. For more information on the Rio Grande Parking Plaza, please click here.
Please practice responsibility and respect, and please do not attend 4th of July events if you feel sick.
For more information on Healthy Best Practices visit https://covid19.pitkincounty.com/healthy-best-practices/.
Reminder: Pitkin County is in Stage 2 Fire Restrictions, no sparklers, fireworks, or smoking allowed at events in Wagner Park or while enjoying the entertainment on the Pedestrian Malls.
For more information on Pitkin County Fire Restrictions visit https://www.pitkinwildfire.com/.