Fantastic Fourth Celebration at Stone Mountain

Filed in Events by on June 23, 2016

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Don’t miss the 46th Annual Fantastic Fourth Celebration in Stone Mountain! The Atlanta Journal-Constitution readers have voted Stone Mountain Park as the best place in Atlanta to enjoy fireworks during the Fourth of July holiday. Don’t miss the BIGGEST Fireworks Finale EVER, July 1st-4th! Fantastic Fourth Celebration was voted a “Must-See Fireworks Show” by USA Today and one of Reader’s Digest’s picks for “America’s Most Spectacular Fourth of July Fireworks.”

Stone Mountain Park will be open from 10:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. on July 1st-4th and the Fantastic Fourth Celebration Lasershow and Fireworks will begin at 9:30 p.m.

Experience the Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision®, a not-to-be-missed Atlanta tradition that promises to wow your family with state-of-the-art digital graphics and awe-inspiring effects. The show includes a lighting feature at the base of the mountain shining up like fingers of light showcasing the 825 foot mountainside.

The Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision®, is newly updated with breath-taking fire effects.Three flame cannons add a punch to the show by sending a trio of flames nearly one-hundred feet into the air. Plus, special new fireworks spray multi-colored bursts and dance on the water at the base of the mountain.

The special patriotic fireworks finale will immediately follow the Lasershow every night July 1st-4th!

*Vehicle entry to the park is $15 for a one day permit or $40 for an annual permit. Note that there will be no free Park re-entry allowed. Guests who leave the Park on July 4th and then wish to return will have to re-pay the $15 Park entry fee.

Click here to get more information and purchase tickets to the 46th Annual Fantastic Fourth Celebration.

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Aaron Hofmann is the founder of AllAboutAtlantaHomes.com and also a Realtor with Atlanta Communities focused on the Atlanta real estate market. Aaron is a transplant from the Midwest (amazingly not a native Atlantan) and has lived in Atlanta for over 20 years and has developed a love for this city and desire to share with current and new Atlanta residents.

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