The City of Brighton is set to host the Fourth of July Fireworks: 2020 Home Edition on July 4 at dusk. Due to COVID-19-related health and safety concerns surrounding large gatherings, the event will only consist of the fireworks display and will not include the live concert and community gathering at Carmichael Park.
The community is encouraged to watch the fireworks from the comfort of their front/backyards looking towards East Brighton for the fireworks show (this year’s display won’t be located at Carmichael Park). The show will also be broadcast on the City’s KBRI-8 channel (Comcast 8 and 881), the City’s website, and on the City’s Facebook page.
If you have any questions, contact City of Brighton Events & Downtown Initiative Manager, Gary Montoya at email@example.com or 303-655-2217.
Thank you to the sponsors of this year’s event: City of Brighton, Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, Brighton Cultural Arts Commission, Tri-State Fireworks, Inc. and Brighton Fire Rescue District.