Let freedom ring—and the fireworks bang!
The 4th of July (also known as Independence Day) falls on a Sunday this year, which means it will be observed on Monday, July 5th—giving many a three-day holiday weekend! Celebrations and fireworks are long-standing tradition for the 4th of July.
- Military communities will hold on-base firework shows for those with Department of Defense ID cards, along with their guests. The public may view these shows from afar.
- Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam is hosting a number of events starting on July 1. Among these events will be a fireworks show on July 4 at 8:30 p.m. Click here for more information.
- Kaneohe Bay is planning a 20-minute choreographed show alongside music beginning at 8:30 p.m. To learn more, click here.
- The show at Schofield Barracks will begin at 8:40 p.m.
- The popular show at Ala Moana Beach Park however has been canceled for a second year. Instead, a Drive-In Concert Series is being offered on July 3 and July 4 at Ala Moana Center. Tickets are required for entry. For more information and to request tickets, click here.
While you're enjoying the 4th of July weekend with family and friends, please take a moment to remember our brave men and women serving overseas who are unable to spend Independence Day with their family and friends!