Fourth of July: What’s canceled?

Highland Lakes community fireworks displays have been postponed or canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Monday, June 29, Marble Falls officials decided to postpone the city’s July 4 show, following recent similar decisions by Kingsland AquaBoom and Llano Rock’N Riverfest organizers, the Bertram Volunteer Fire Department, and Krause Springs in Spicewood. The Johnson City Fourth of July event was canceled earlier.

As of June 30, some AquaBoom activities were still planned, including the boat parade.

Event details may change due to COVID-19 restrictions.

UPDATE: Marble Falls fireworks postponed

The city’s Lake Marble Falls fireworks show has been postponed. Check back with DailyTrib.com for details.

UPDATE: AquaBoom fireworks and music festival postponed

The AquaBoom fireworks show, music festival, and washer tournament have been postponed until Labor Day weekend. The boat parade (July 3), golf tournament (July 3), and poker run (July 4) are still scheduled. Visit the AquaBoom website for more.

UPDATE: Krause Springs fireworks canceled

Krause Springs in Spicewood has canceled its Fourth of July fireworks display.

UPDATE: Rock’N Riverfest postponed

The annual Llano Rock’N Riverfest scheduled for July 3-5 has been postponed due to COVID-19, organizers recently announced. The event is being rescheduled for Labor Day weekend. Check the website for updates.

UPDATE: Bertram fireworks canceled

The Bertram Volunteer Fire Department fireworks show has been canceled.

UPDATE: Spicewood Fourth of July parade

The Spicewood & Highland Lakes Lions Club’s annual July 4 parade has been canceled.

REMINDER

Activities could change due to the tightening or loosening of COVID-19 restrictions. Check with DailyTrib.com or 101HighlandLakes.com as July 4 approaches for more updates and information. 

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