Fireworks and more in July in Burnet County
Burnet County celebrates American’s 244th birthday on July 4 with a series of fireworks shows both on and off the lakes. But that’s not all. Come for the rodeo, the concerts, open-air markets, and more all month in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County.
11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturdays through Aug. 29
Main Street between Fourth and Second
An outdoor market in Old Oak Square on Main Street in historic downtown Marble Falls with handmade and artisan goods.
Sunday, July 4
Fireworks over Lake Marble Falls
Lakeside Park, 305 Buena Vista Drive
Watch from the park’s hillside as the city sets off a spectacular fireworks display from a barge in the middle of the lake. Live music supplied before and after the show by Red Carpet Chaos, a cover band from Austin. It’s always a party for the Fourth in Marble Falls.
Bertram VFD Fireworks
Chief J.O. Wilson Sports Complex, 549 FM 243 East
Fireworks brighten the night sky over downtown Bertram just after dark. Bring chairs and blankets for a more comfortable and festive community experience.
424 CR 404, Spicewood
Visitors are welcome to view the fireworks at Krause Springs even if they aren’t camping. Guests must arrive at the property before the entry gates close at 8 p.m. You can also see the show from the parking lot of Spicewood Elementary School, 1005 Spur 191, or along County Road 412. No gates, no fees, plenty of celebration.
A private fireworks display for resort guests, it can be seen by whomever looks up. Best viewing from multiple locations on the east end of Lake LBJ. Everyone is welcome to watch and listen by tuning radios to KITY 102.9 FM for synchronized music.
Charley Taylor Arena, 3053 U.S. 281 South
Bulls, broncs, and buckaroos come together for a weekend of wild action followed by a concert both nights. Hear the Adam Fears Band on Friday and Wynn Williams on Saturday.
Friday, July 23
Johnson Park, 230 Avenue J South
Country artist Cody Hibbard plays a free concert in the park, the second of three free performances this summer. The third concert is Giovannie and the Hired Guns on Aug. 13. Hosted by the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.
Saturday, July 31
Haley-Nelson Park & Amphitheater, 1624 Buchanan Drive
The Burnet Concert Series opens BIG this summer with Randy Rogers Band, a Texas country music group that has been touring together for 20 years. In 2019, the San Marcos-based band’s latest album, “Hellbent,” was third on the Billboard Country chart, fourth on the American/Folk chart, and broke into the all-genre Top 40.