The annual Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular returns to the skies over Landa Park this Independence Day...
The annual Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular returns to the skies over Landa Park this Independence Day, starting at approximately 9:15pm on Monday, July 4th, 2022, and longtime partner H-E-B is returning as a sponsor for this year’s event.
The fireworks are fired over Landa Lake and are viewable throughout Landa Park, the Landa Park Golf Course at Comal Springs, and the Fredericksburg Baseball Fields. (Please note that seating on the golf course begins at 6pm and the putting greens are off limits.) Additionally, the fireworks can be seen in several other places around the city, including Fischer Park.
“It’s always a thrill to plan this annual event,” said Stacey Dicke, Parks and Recreation Director. “There’s nothing better than seeing family and friends come together in Landa Park and across the city to watch the Fireworks Spectacular and celebrate our nation’s independence!”
Landa Park attractions like the Landa Park Aquatic Complex, the Mini Golf Course, Paddle Boats, and the Miniature Train will be open throughout the 4thof July weekend. Visit the Landa Park Attractions website for specifics. The Independence Day festivities in Landa Park begin at 7pm at the Dance Slab with the final Live at Landa concert featuring the J. Abram Band. And visitors to Landa Park will once again find the Remax Skydiving Team parachuting into the park ahead of the fireworks display.
“Remember, without a permit, the possession or use of any kind of firework is illegal inside the city limits of New Braunfels,” said Chief of Police Keith Lane. “So, leave the fireworks to the professionals and enjoy the show in Landa Park.”
Residents and visitors are encouraged to come early, expect large crowds, and be mindful of park rules. The fireworks will get underway at approximately 9:15pm and everyone is encouraged to tune in to KGNB 1420 AM to listen to the live broadcast of patriotic music timed to accompany the fireworks display.