Celebrate Independence Day in Lincoln City. Catch TWO professional firework displays and grab a front-row seat for the parade in Gleneden Beach.
- 8-11am: Pancake Breakfast (Gleneden Beach)
- 10am-3pm: Street Fair & Kids Fun Zone (Gleneden Beach)
- 1 pm: Parade (Gleneden Beach)
- 1-9pm: Live Music (Taft, Lincoln City)
- Dusk: Fireworks over Siletz Bay (Taft, Lincoln City)
Gleneden Beach Community Club (110 Azela Street)
Menu: Ham/sausage, eggs and all the pancakes one can eat.
Adults – $6 each, Children (4-10) – $3 each, Children under 4 – free
Street Fair & Kids Fun Zone
Eden Hall (6675 Gleneden Beach Loop Road)
Fun for the whole family! Arts, crafts, vendors, food, and music.
See the parade route map to find your spot to watch!
*Please do not park along the parade route. Limited parking is available at Gleneden Beach State Park, located at the end of Wesler Rd and the Salishan Golf Club/Market Place lot. There will be a free shuttle to the parade bandstand.
Join us for this year’s lineup of live music in the Taft Pavilion (west end of SW 51st Street) in Lincoln City. The music starts at 12pm and goes right up until the fireworks show over the bay. Family friendly and it’s FREE. This year’s acts include:
- Ty Curtis
- Mike Branch Band
- Blaze & Kelly
Devils Lake – July 3rd
The evening boat parade and professional firework display over Devils Lake beginning at dusk.
Siletz Bay – July 4th
Free fireworks display over Siletz Bay in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City beginning at dusk, approximately 10:00/10:30pm.
Limited free shuttle service will be offered for this year’s fireworks viewing. Parking for the shuttle is available on July 4th at Oregon Coast Community College and Taft High School in Lincoln City with a shuttle drop off point near Siletz Bay. The shuttle will operate on a continuous loop from 6pm until midnight.
Parking is permitted in the public parking lots and on the street throughout the Taft District. This area of Lincoln City becomes very busy during this event. Please be patient, exercise caution and plan early!
While we have two awesome professional shows to enjoy, if you plan to bring your own fireworks to celebrate, remember not all fireworks are legal in Oregon. For more information about personal firework use in Lincoln City visit the City’s fireworks page. Keep it legal and keep it safe.