Fantastic Fourth Celebration
Don't miss the BIGGEST Fireworks Finale EVER, July 1-4!
Attraction Hours: 10:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Lasershow and Fireworks: 9:30 p.m.
Fantastic Fourth Celebration was voted the “Best Place to see Fireworks in Atlanta” by Atlanta Journal-Constitution readers, a “Must-See Fireworks Show” by USA Today and one of Reader’s Digest’s picks for “America’s Most Spectacular Fourth of July Fireworks.”
Experience the Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision®, a not-to-be-missed Atlanta tradition that promises to wow your family with state-of-the-art digital graphics and awe-inspiring effects.The Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision®, features a NEW! Drone Wars segment with iconic music, epic fireworks and jaw-dropping fire effects. Three flame cannons add a punch to the show by sending a trio of flames nearly one-hundred feet into the air. Plus, special fireworks spray multi-colored bursts and dance on the water at the base of the mountain.
The special patriotic fireworks finale will immediately follow the Lasershow every night July 1-4!
*Vehicle entry to the park is $15 for a one day permit or $40 for an annual permit. Note that there will be no free Park re-entry allowed. Guests who leave the Park on July 4 and then wish to return will have to re-pay the $15 Park entry fee.
Fantastic Fourth Celebration Frequently Asked Questions
When is the Fantastic Fourth Lasershow and fireworks?
The Lasershow and fireworks are July 1-4. The Lasershow begins at 9:30 p.m. and the fireworks immediately follow. The show is the same all four nights.
How much is the Lasershow?
The Lasershow is free with $15 daily parking or a $40 annual pass. Parking may be purchased online here or at the park on the day of your visit.
Where do I enter the Park?
- Cars - Enter through the East gate (main entrance on Highway 78) or West gate (James B Rivers Memorial Drive and East Mountain Street).
- Pedestrians - Enter through the West gate (James B Rivers Memorial Drive and East Mountain Street) ONLY.
Are there designated smoking areas?
Lower Lawn (below train tracks): On the left side near the Cherokee Trail below the South Carolina terrace. Upper Lawn: Outside of the east and west side restrooms. All other areas on the laser lawn are restricted. Please be courteous of non-smoking guests.
Can I bring alcohol to the park?
Alcohol can be brought to the Park, but is not permitted on streets, in parking lots, or other posted areas. Those other areas include, but are not limited to, attractions, the Lasershow, Pavilions, the Special Events Meadow and the Walk-Up Trail. No glass containers are allowed.
Can I bring my own food to the Lasershow?
Yes. You can bring your own food to the Lasershow and picnic on Memorial Lawn prior to the show. Do not bring glass containers, alcohol, or grills, as they are not allowed on the Lawn.
Can I use the Adventure Pass or Adventure Pass Meal Deal to access the attractions during Fantastic Fourth Celebration?
Can I purchase a Lasershow Snack or Dinner terrace seat?
Yes, you can purchase a Lasershow Snack Holiday terrace seat for July 2, 3, & 5. The Lasershow Dinner terrace seat can be purchased for July 3 & 5. There are no terraces available on July 4th as it is a first come first serve basis. Reserve Terrace
July 4th Specific Frequently Asked Questions
Can I leave the Park and come back on July 4?
Guests who leave the Park on July 4 and then wish to return will have to re-pay the $15.00 Park entry fee.
Is high attendance expected on July 4?
Please be advised that the Park typically experiences large crowds on July 4 and it is best to arrive early. The Park will close the gates to traffic once parking capacity is reached.
Can I reserve a pavilion on July 4th?
Due to the heavy traffic and large crowds associated with the 4th of July weekend and holiday, we do not rent any of our Private Picnic Facilities, including the covered pavilions. They cannot be reserved over the July 4th weekend or on July 4th itself and we will not give anyone permission to use these facilities on these dates. While many of these covered pavilions may have been occupied on those dates in prior years, those guests did not have the facility reserved and did not have permission to use the facility.