The annual fireworks show in Bellevue Downtown Park is happening once again. This will be the first public event in the city since March 2020.
The Bellevue 4th of July Fireworks will not include entertainment, live music, or other activities before or after the show. The park will be open as a viewing area for the fireworks.
Parking will be available at The Bellevue Collection after 7 p.m. A livestream show of the fireworks will also be available from BellevueDowntown.com/fireworks.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the 4th of July with fireworks this year and I want to thank
our partners, the BDA, The Bellevue Collection, Amazon, Microsoft, PACCAR and
Puget Sound Energy for making it happen,” said Mayor Lynne Robinson. “As a city, it is
important that we find opportunities to safely celebrate the diversity and resiliency of our
community. This year’s Independence Day event is a great example and I am really
looking forward to it.”
Fireworks will be going off at 10:05 p.m. on Sunday, July 4.
To keep people safe and minimize delays, several downtown streets will be closed to
vehicle traffic before, during and after the event. A full list of street closures before and
after the event is available at BellevueWA.gov/traffic-advisories.