Party in the Park at Coppell’s Andrew Brown Park East
Saturday, June 29 from 6:00 – 10:30 pm
Coppell celebrates Independence Day with one of the biggest FREE family-friendly events in DFW! Enjoy live music, lawn games and delicious food at Coppell’s Party in the Park.
The 18-minute fireworks spectacular, choreographed to patriotic music, begins around 9:45 pm. Fireworks are launched from the east side of the park, across the lake from the event.
Party in the Park is a rain-or-shine event.
Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase from food trucks. Vendors accept cash and all major credit cards.
Free parking is located throughout the city. For those who are able, walking is encouraged. Attendees may access the event site via walking trail, from both Andrew Brown Central and Andrew Brown West, as well as Coppell High School to the west, and from the north across the Denton Creek Bridge. Passenger drop-off is located at The CORE, 234 E. Parkway Blvd. Accessible parking is available at Andrew Brown Park East, 260 E. Parkway Blvd.
- Strollers, wagons, wheelchairs, and other mobility aids
- Blankets and collapsible lawn chairs
- Bags and backpacks (may be subject to search by law enforcement)
- Sunscreen and bug spray
- Soft-sided coolers
- Large, hard-sided coolers
- Pop-up tents, and other large items that may inhibit views
- Personal golf carts and other unauthorized vehicles
Due to the nature of the event, it is recommended that you leave any non-service animals at home. High temperatures and loud fireworks cause high levels of anxiety and stress for dogs. If you decide to bring your dog, they must remain on a leash at all times, and owners are required to pick up pet waste.
Safety & Security
The City of Coppell Police Department provides on-site security and monitors the park grounds throughout the event. Please keep personal belongings with you at all times. Should you and your child become separated during the event, a Lost Child station will be located at the First Aid truck on the west side of the lawn.
Video surveillance cameras are used throughout Andrew Brown Park. The City of Coppell will have photographers on-site taking photos of the event. Attendees may appear in future event marketing.
Parade Down Parkway
Thursday, July 4, 2024 beginning at 9 am
If you aren’t partied out after Saturday’s Party in the Park, come back on the 4th for the Parade Down Parkway beginning at 9 am. The 1.5-mile parade route begins at Samuel Boulevard and Sandy Lake Road, north on Samuel to Parkway Boulevard, then west to Town Center.
Parking is available at Town Center and The CORE. Spectators are encouraged to walk along the City’s trails and sidewalks to find a viewing location.