Celebrate the history of Williamson County and the history of our country on July 4 at the Fourth of July Fireworks and Frontier Days Celebration.
The festival will begin at 8 am with a Mayor's Council on Fitness Main Street Mile. Come out, walk Main Street and enjoy a health fair, and then stick around for the July 4 Frontier Days Parade- Frontier Games at 10 a.m. through downtown Round Rock. Join the festivities, salute a soldier, wave a flag, and watch downtown Round Rock transform into a flashback from the early 1900’s as horses, cowboys and cowgirls walk down historic Main Street.
Special guests include Round Rock City Council, Mayor Nyle Maxwell, KTBC FOX 7 with Hank Hill, and more!
Parade Route: Downtown Main Street from Round Rock Avenue and Lee Street to the Sam Bass Ball Fields.
Prizes Awarded for Best Marching Unit, Best Riding Unit (with at least 5 or more participants), Best Overall, Best Civic, Best Commercial, Most Spirited, Most Beautiful, Best related to theme.
After the parade, Old Settler’s Park will turn into the Wild West as we celebrate Round Rock's history with reenactments of the famous Sam Bass Shootout. Guests will browse vendor booths, arts and crafts and enjoy activities including moon bounces for the kids, picnicking, volleyball and horseshoes.
At 7 p.m. we will celebrate Independence Day. Guests will enjoy free watermelon at the Lakeview Pavilion at Old Settler’s Park (3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd). Next, skydivers will fly into the festivities, Mayor Maxwell will greet our guests and then the fireworks display will begin accompanied by music from the Austin Symphonic Band! (approx. 9:30 p.m. after dark)
No Pets Please: For the safety of your pet and others.