On the 4th of July, Dublin trades in green and shamrocks for the stars and stripes! Check out everything you need to know about celebrating Independence Day in Dublin.
8:00 a.m. - Annual Sherm Sheldon Fishing Derby
Bring your fishing pole to Avery Park for some good ol’ fishin’ fun.
11 a.m. - Independence Day Parade presented by the City of Dublin, Historic Dublin, 1 W. Bridge St
Look for giant inflatables, stilt walkers, dancers, marching bands and more during the Independence Day parade. Bring your chair and blanket to get the best spots early in the day.
4:30 p.m. - Evening Celebration Gates Open & Live music and entertainment, Dublin Coffman High School Stadium, 6780 Coffman Rd.
Live music and entertainment leading up to the headliner performance from Ann Wilson of Heart and Tripsitter.
- 5 p.m.: The Floorwalkers
- 6:30 p.m.: North to Nashville
- 8:10 p.m.: Ann Wilson of Heart and Tripsitter
9:50 p.m. - Fireworks Show presented by The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Cap off the night with the ultimate 4th of July tradition!
-Residents can purchase general admission stadium wristbands for $5 at the Dublin Community Recreation Center or online.
-Any remaining wristbands will be made available to the general public starting June 30, and the price increases to $10 each.
-Dublin residents and Dublin School District residents may continue to purchase wristbands after June 30 in-person only at the DCRC for $5 until July 4 at noon with proof of residency. All wristbands sold at the event will be $10 regardless of residency.
-The Kids Zone, located just outside the stadium gates, offers a variety of inflatable activities for children (recommended for ages 2 to 12). Tickets may be purchased in advance online and at the DCRC for $7 each or at the event for $10 each. Sales end on July 4 at 8:45 p.m. You do not need a stadium or reserved table ticket to access the Kids Zone area. Any Kids Zone tickets purchased online must be exchanged for a wristband onsite.
-Coming into town early? Check out some other ways to have fun in Dublin before the festivities.
Independence Day at the Ohio History Center
For more information about the 4th of July in Dublin, click here.