SEGUIN, Texas - The countdown is on for celebrating Independence Day in Seguin and you don’t want to miss all the traditional events that are planned! Here’s a guide to all the 4th of July festivities!
Schedule of Events
Saturday, July 1
The fun begins on Saturday, July 1st with Freedom Fiesta hosted by local radio station, KWED 1580. The celebration is from 6 pm to 11 pm in downtown Central Park and includes a live performance by Jesse Raub, Jr., great food, cold beer and time to connect with the whole community.
Sunday, July 2
PATRIOTIC CONCERT IN THE PARK
Join us for the final concert Sunday, July 2 in the 2023 Central Park Concert Series. The San Antonio Symphonic Band will play a medley of patriotic tunes in Central Park. The concert begins at 7 pm. Bring your lawn chairs and beverages of choice.
Monday, July 3
On Saturday, July 3, catch the best views of the fireworks near Max Starcke Golf Course and the surrounding area. Fireworks will blast off starting at 9:30 pm. The fireworks show is sponsored by H-E-B, Perdue Brandon, LLP, Attorneys at Law, Niagara Bottling and Caterpillar.
Tuesday, July 4
FLAG RAISING CEREMONY
On Tuesday, July 4, the day begins with a flag raising ceremony at 9 am in Central Park. Music, speakers, pomp and circumstance will remind attendees of the significance of the day.
THE BIGGEST-SMALL TOWN FOURTH OF JULY PARADE IN TEXAS
Crowds of flag-waving people will line Austin Street for the annual parade. The floats roll at 10 am along Austin Street through downtown Seguin. Past crowd estimates have exceeded 10,000. There will be more than 100 parade entries including floats from local businesses, elected officials, churches, schools, military representatives, and more.
The City of Seguin asks parade attendees to not block parade route sidewalks with chairs and other items until the morning of the event. To allow for the best parade viewing experience, please DO NOT PARK along the parade route, which includes Austin Street from East College to Nelda Street.
If you plan to save a spot to watch the parade, we ask that you don't put chairs or other placeholders on any sidewalks or streets. Items blocking sidewalks prior to the morning of the parade could be removed by city staff.
For more details, including maps for event parking and best viewing spots for the fireworks, visit our interactive online app: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/914da2149dde4a17a4ec8b88e2c1fc55