Bombs will still burst in the air on July 4 in Burnet County and the Highland Lakes, although many of the parades and other holiday activities have been canceled because of concerns about the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.

Only one place to watch July 4 fireworks in Burnet County this year

The fireworks shows will not go on in the Highland Lakes in Burnet County as originally planned this Fourth of July.  Aquaboom in Kingsland has been postponed until Labor Day, and the Marble Falls, Krause Springs, and LBJ displays have all been canceled due to renewed concerns over the spread of COVID-19.

One show remains that can be watched from just about any roadway in the City of Burnet.

A private display hosted by Kathy and Fred Cramm of Burnet will begin at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, July 4. The Cramms traditionally set off their fireworks on the Saturday closest to the Fourth. This year, the Fourth of July IS on a Saturday. Read all about it at 101HighlandLakes.com.

The show can be viewed from the Perissos Vineyard and Winery parking lot, 7214 Park Road 4 West in Burnet. Another good place to park is off of County Road 2342 or on Park Road 4 up to the first hill. You can also see the fireworks from a boat near the Colorado River arm of Lake LBJ. Tune in to 99.9 FM to listen to music set to the display.

For those of you sitting off your own fireworks, click here for safety tips

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