4th of July in Southwest Florida 2021
The annual Sanibel 4th of July Parade and the Sanibel 4th of July Fireworks have been canceled for 2021 due to Covid.
South Seas will be hosting their annual golf cart parade as well as 4th of July Fireworks. The South Seas Fireworks Show begins at 9pm. You must be a registered guest to be able to enter South Seas property but if you are on a boat nearby, you will be able to view the water.
Fort Myers Beach
The Fort Myers Beach Fourth of July fireworks show begins at approximately 9 P.M. at Times Square. You can bring a beach chair and and enjoy the show as the beautiful fireworks light up the night sky!
Closing time for the Matanzas Pass bridge is 9pm-11:30pm to oncoming traffic. Big Carlos Pass Bridge on the south end of the Island will remain open.
Downtown Fort Myers Freedom Fest
The downtown Fort Myers block party returns with fireworks, food trucks, vendors and the Thunder Beach Band. The fireworks will be launched off Lofton Island in the Caloosahatchee River. 6 -10 p.m. Sunday, July 4. Fireworks start at about 9 p.m.
Cape Coral's Red White and Boom is back for 2021 after being canceled in 2020 due to Covid.
Registration - 6:00am
Race Start - 7:00am
The start line is at the foot of the Cape Coral Bridge. Sign-ups are welcome on the event day!
American Fireworks Spectacular
The American Fireworks Spectacular is a musically synchronized display. The music can be heard at the stage, on Cat Country 107.1, or download the IHeart app. and log into Cat Country 107.1 and listen on your phone. Watch as over 4,000 shells explode in the sky of Cape Coral to celebrate the birth of our great nation. Listen to fireworks music on your phone. Click for information
9:30 pm - The American Fireworks Spectacular
Cape Coral Bridge Closing at 3:00 AM. The Cape Coral Bridge, as well as Cape Coral Parkway from Del Prado Boulevard to the bridge, will be closing at 3:00am on July 4. Please plan your day accordingly and arrange for an alternate route during your travels. Vehicles attempting to turn east or west on Cape Coral Parkway from Del Prado Boulevard will be directed to make a u-turn and head north.