Fourth of July information

Schedule of events for the Fourth of July 2021: 

  • June 29 – Big Band & Jazz patriotic concert 
    Featuring the Lexington Summer Concert Band
    Moondance Amphitheater
    7 – 8:30 p.m.
    Free
  • July 2 – Big Band & Jazz patriotic concert 
    Featuring The Metrognomes
    Moondance Amphitheater
    7 – 8:30 p.m.
    Free
  • July 3 – Bluegrass 10,000
    Downtown Lexington
    8 a.m.
  • July 3 – Fireworks 
    Downtown Lexington
    10 p.m.
    Park for free in the Central Bank Center parking lot off High Street, bring a chair and enjoy the show. 
     

Fayette County fireworks rules

The number one thing to remember about fireworks law is if it goes up or blows up, it is illegal in Fayette County.

Allowed
The only fireworks allowed to be sold or used in Fayette County are ground and hand-held sparkling devices, such as sparklers, ground spinners and fountains.

Prohibited
All aerial and audible ground devices, such as bottle rockets and firecrackers, are prohibited in Fayette County.

LFUCG's fireworks ordinance provides complete information on local fireworks law. State law KRS 227.702 provides detailed definitions on all types of consumer fireworks.  

Anyone found in violation of the local fireworks ordinance will be cited by the Lexington Police Department.

 

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