Celebrate America this Independence Day with one of the largest fireworks displays in Northern Virginia! It’s an all-American party in Historic Downtown Manassas, sponsored by the City of Manassas and Historic Manassas, Inc.!
The party surrounds the Historic Downtown train depot, the Harris Pavilion and the Manassas Museum. There will be great rides for the kids starting at 3 p.m. The rest of the fun, including food concessions and novelty vendors will begin at 4 p.m.
Be sure to bring your lawn chairs and blankets and come early to get the best seats on the Manassas Museum Lawn for the firework display at 9:15 p.m.!
Enjoy the fireworks from a bird’s eye view this 4th of July in historic downtown Manassas! The top deck of the parking garage will be transformed into a lively entertainment space fit for a high-end party. Enjoy an evening of games, delicious cuisine, drinks, the City’s best view of the fireworks, and more!
Each adult will receive 2 drink tickets, after which will be a cash bar.
There are a limited number of children tickets available. Please ensure you are selecting the correct ticket type when you purchase. Children’s General Admission tickets are available to those aged 3-13. Children 2 & under are free.
*ID’s will be checked prior to rooftop access*
Sign up for one or all of our contests! Bicycle decorating, watermelon eating, and apple pie baking contests will be held underneath the pavilion in the early to mid-afternoon!
Apple Pie Contest Rules and Regulations 2017
Kids Bike Rodeo at 3pm
Pie Baking Contest at 4pm
Watermelon Eating Contest at 5pm
The Parking Garage will not be available for parking for safety reasons. Parking will be available on the streets surrounding Historic Downtown and in the Commuter Parking lot, located on Prince William Street. Due to the heavy volume of pedestrians in the street surrounding the festival, cars would not be able to safely exit the garage.
This is a public, outdoor event. No alcohol or open grills. Though we love pets, with thousands of people expected to attend and the loud noise from the fireworks, it is best to leave your pets at home.