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Posted on: July 3, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Prepare to celebrate America's independence in style!

July 4th

Prepare to celebrate America's independence in style as Pasco gears up for its annual Grand Old 4th of July Celebration. 

This year, the City has organized an incredible lineup of events and activities that promise to make this Independence Day one to remember. 

  • On Tuesday, July 4th, a jam-packed schedule awaits you, starting bright and early. The festivities kick off with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, a beloved tradition that will take place from 7 am to 11 am in Memorial Park. Savor a delicious breakfast while connecting with friends, family, and fellow community members. 
  • For those looking to get their blood pumping, the Camp Patriot Fun Run will begin at 8 am near Gesa Stadium. Lace up your running shoes and participate in this invigorating race that combines fitness and patriotism. 
  • The Pre-Parade Kids Street Dance will keep the excitement going at 9:15 am, captivating young participants with energetic moves at Memorial Park on 14th Avenue. Kids of all ages are welcome to join in on the fun! 
  • At 10 am, Pasco's Grand Old 4th of July Parade will take center stage, captivating onlookers with a dazzling display of floats, marching bands, and community spirit. Find a cozy spot along the parade route and witness the pride and creativity of Pasco's residents as they come together to celebrate the nation's birthday. 
  • Car enthusiasts won't want to miss the Camp Patriot Show and Shine Car Show, happening from 12 pm to 4 pm at Memorial Park. Marvel at the timeless beauty and craftsmanship of classic and custom cars on display, and engage in conversations with fellow aficionados. 
  • The Cardboard Regatta, a unique and thrilling event, will take place at 1 pm in Memorial Aquatic Park. Cheer on participants as they construct and navigate boats made entirely of cardboard, putting their creativity and engineering skills to the test. 
  • If you're seeking some refreshing water-based fun, head over to Memorial Park at 12 pm for the Fun Wet/Dry Inflatables. Enjoy an afternoon of exhilarating slides, bouncy castles, and water games, creating unforgettable memories with friends and family. 
  • Sports enthusiasts can also get their fix at the Tri-Cities Youth Soccer Association Sagebrush Shootout. For more information about this event, call (509) 544-0276 to learn about the exciting soccer action happening in the area. 
  • As the day draws to a close, prepare to be mesmerized by the FREE Grand Old 4th of July Fireworks show. The night sky will light up with a spectacular display of colors and patterns at 10 pm, at the Pasco Sporting Complex. Gates will open at 6:30 pm, allowing you to secure a great spot to witness this awe-inspiring pyrotechnic extravaganza.

Mark your calendars for the Grand Old 4th of July Celebration in Pasco, and immerse yourself in a day filled with fun, patriotism, and community spirit. Gather your loved ones, bring your patriotic spirit, and let's make this Independence Day an unforgettable one! 

For more information and updates about the event, visit the official website at