Time: 9:00 PM
Head down to the Grand Lagoon Bridge (near Captain Anderson’s and Treasure Island) for the first official fireworks show of the holiday! Bring your chairs to the bridge or towels for the lawn at Treasure Island to watch the display.
Pro Tip: For a unique experience, check out Capt. Anderson’s Fireworks Cruise! Prices: Adult-$20.50, Senior/Military-$18.50, Child-$10.50
Time: 9:00 PM
In order to make sure everyone has an excellent view of the fireworks, Panama City Beach launches two simultaneous displays at both the M.B. Miller County Pier (near Chateau and Beach Tower) and the city pier across from Pier Park (close to Beachcomber, Legacy and Beachbreak). Kick off your flip flops and head down to the sand for the best view!
Time: 8:30 PM
The last fireworks show of the holiday is put on in front of Boardwalk Beach Resort, which is located on Thomas Drive!
Pro Tip: For the July 3rd and July 4th fireworks, use the Kickin 103.5 app to listen to a choreographed music simulcast with the shows!
Looking for fun family-friendly activities for the daytime? Check out list of suggestions below!
-Check out Gulf World Marine Park! By The Sea Resorts’ guests receive 20% admission by showing room key at ticket office or using promo code bythesea2019 online.
-Shop at Pier Park
-Spend the day at Shipwreck Island Water Park
-Picnic at St. Andrews State Park
-Witness 360 degree views of Panama City Beach in the SkyWheel