Auburn, Washington’s fireworks season is once again right around the corner!
Here are four important dates for you to mark on your calendar for all your Fourth of July fun:
Tribal fireworks sales begin next to Muckleshoot Casino on Friday, May 25. If you’re looking to be the star of your own fireworks show (and you can do it within the confines of your local laws), this is where you go. From artillery and fountains to sparklers, you’ll find what you need at the Muckleshoot Tribal Fireworks Stands located just off the west side of the casino.
If you are purchasing your own fireworks, be sure to follow fireworks safety guidelines as well as (again) local laws. Click here for King County fireworks regulations, here for Pierce County, and here for the City of Auburn. Laws for other counties and cities can be found via a quick Google search.
On Saturday, June 30, Muckleshoot Casino is the place to be (just like always!) for fireworks action.
A little worried about lighting off fireworks yourself or just need even more fireworks in your life? Come down and watch the Muckleshoot Casino-sponsored fireworks show starting at 10:15 p.m. (give or take a few minutes) on June 30.
Plan it right and start your night with the comedic stylings of Paul Rodriguez at Club Galaxy starting at 8 p.m. Free tickets will be distributed beginning June 12. For more details, visit muckleshootcasino.com.
Another annual fireworks tradition will also return when Emerald Downs hosts its Fireworks Spectacular on Tuesday, July 3.
Get to the track early for family friendly excitement with live horse races starting at 5 p.m. Fireworks will follow at approximately 10 p.m.
Also catch performances by The Retros before and after the show. For more information, visit emeralddowns.com.
The annual Auburn Fourth of July Festival returns on Wednesday, July 4.
Head on down to Les Gove Park from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a day filled with fun activities. Admission is free, but you can purchase a wristband for $5 for unlimited activities beginning at 10 a.m.
Events at the festival include a bike parade at noon, arts and crafts, entertainment acts on two stages, 17 inflatable rides, bingo, food concessions and much more. Leashed pets are welcome!
For more information, visit the community events page on exploreauburn.com.