Orlando natives and visitors on vacation: you are invited to celebrate Independence Day in the City Beautiful! This 4th of July, which falls on a Tuesday in 2023, the city will host its 46th annual Fireworks at the Fountain celebration.
Fourth of July Fun for the Whole Family
Fireworks at the Fountain is a free, patriotic Orlando tradition. It takes place at Lake Eola Park in the heart of downtown Orlando.
Festivities begin at 4 p.m. with activities, treats, and fanfare all around the park. Orlando hosts games and live entertainment fun for kids and adults. Food and beverages will be available for purchase from a variety of vendors. And, as the night draws to a close, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will make an appearance.
The awe-inspiring firework display starts at 9:15 p.m. This grand finale will be set to patriotic music by the Orlando Concert Band.
Fireworks at the Fountain is certain to be a magical way to spend your Fourth of July in Orlando.
Road Closures near Lake Eola Park
There will be numerous street closures in the area on the day of the event, including:
Robinson Street from Rosalind to Summerlin, from 7 a.m. to midnight
Eola Drive from Robinson Street to Washington, from 7 a.m. to midnight
Central Boulevard from Rosalind Avenue to Eola Drive, from 2 p.m. to midnight
Rosalind Avenue from South Street to Robinson, from 2 p.m. to midnight
Parking & Transportation for Fireworks at the Fountain
There are several parking lots and garages near Lake Eola Park.
The city of Orlando has created a parking map so that you can plan before heading downtown. The closest garage to Lake Eola is the Library Garage on East Central Boulevard. Visitors parking in other garages can use the free LYMMO shuttle to get to the park.
Attendees can also travel to the event using a rideshare or a municipal LYNX bus.
Spend the Night After 4th of July Fireworks in Orlando
Choose to stay close to the fireworks by booking your room at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. Our International Drive hotel is a short drive away from Lake Eola Park.