Georgetown 4th of JulyGeorgetown’s 4th of July Celebration at San Gabriel Park

Bring the family to San Gabriel Park in Georgetown this July 4th to celebrate our country’s founding with the whole community. This year, Georgetown’s 4th of July celebration features a parade, over 60 artisan and craft vendors, 20 food vendors, rides, a petting zoo, live music, and a spectacular fireworks show for the grand finale. There is no entry charge for the festivities.


It’s a perfect way for the whole family to get out of the house and into the park to celebrate with the community and have some fun. Below is an events schedule and a few highlights to look out for when you arrive at San Gabriel Park on Monday, July 4th.

July 4th Celebration Schedule

11 AM

  • Vendor Booths and Food Court open
  • Hometown Parade starts
  • Petting Zoo opens

12 PM

  • Live Entertainment kicks off (Headliner around 9 PM)
  • Kids Activities and Giveaways start

Around 9:30 PM

  • Fabulous Fireworks Finale



Hometown Parade

The Hometown Parade starts at 11 AM, but parade participants need to be ready at the start at 10:30 AM. The starting point is located at the low-water crossing near the College Street bridge. Kids are encouraged to decorate their wagons or bicycles for the parade!

Live Music

  1. Cole and the Austin Party Band are playing before and after the fireworks show at dusk. They’ll be playing your favorites and putting on a show worthy of the title “headliner.”


The fireworks start at about 9:30 p.m. Good places to catch the fireworks are from San Gabriel Park and VFW Park. 

Due to the fireworks fall zone, North College Street will be closed from about 9 to 11 PM Monday, July 4th, between the traffic circle and Holly Street. Parking, standing, or sitting along that segment of North College Street is not permitted

And just a friendly reminder, by City of Georgetown ordinance, fireworks are not allowed in the city limits of Georgetown or within 5,000 feet of the city limits unless they are used in a permitted display authorized by the Georgetown Fire Department. Let’s leave the fireworks to the professionals this 4th of July!


Community Traditions in Georgetown

Georgetown is proud to honor our country’s heritage and celebrate as a community every 4th of July. The festivities in San Gabriel Park help keep our community strong, and the crowds that gather for the 4th are getting bigger every year as our city grows.


In the year 2000, there were less than 30k people living in Georgetown. Today, there are an estimated 95k people living in our city. The population explosion we’re experiencing didn’t happen by accident… 


Georgetown grew so quickly because families started to discover that Georgetown is a perfect place to live. You get the elbow room of Texas Hill Country, but it’s also close to Austin. You can be in a meeting in Austin in the morning and fishing in the North Fork San Gabriel River in the early afternoon. It’s beautiful, convenient, close to the city, and is a great community for kids to grow up in.


If you’re among the many looking for a new home that’s close to Austin but away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Parmer Ranch in Georgetown is worth your attention. Our community features great schools, amenities, new homes, and is conveniently located in the Texas Hill Country.


For more info, stop by for a visit or reach out and contact us for more info about new homes and building options. Happy Independence Day!