Granbury's Hometown 4th of July Festival

JULY 2ND - 4TH | HISTORIC GRANBURY SQUARE

Presented by the Granbury Chamber of Commerce, H-E-B, Visit Granbury, and the City of Granbury, Granbury’s Hometown 4th of July Event draws people from all over the world. The Festival includes vendors on the Historic Granbury Square, a Hometown Parade, and Fireworks over the lake.

The 4th of July Parade

“WITH LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL”

The Granbury 4th of July parade is one of the most anticipated events over the course of the festival. Drawing over 15,000 viewers this is a sure way to get your business or organization in front of a large crowd. Interested in participating? Use the button below to access this year’s parade application. 

Video by Story Factory Media

4th of July Festival Schedule

July 2nd
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

Visit Granbury’s Historic downtown with artisan vendors around the courthouse.

July 3rd
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Visit Granbury’s Historic downtown with artisan vendors around the courthouse.

July 4th
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Visit Granbury’s Historic downtown with artisan vendors around the courthouse.

10:00 am

Start your day off with Granbury’s famous parade. Beginning at Granbury High School and ending around the downtown square, the parade stretches over 2 miles long, allowing for plenty of viewing opportunities.

Around 9:45 pm

Keep your eyes on the sky for the Granbury Fireworks, beginning at dusk (typically around 9:45 pm). The fireworks are shot off over the lake, directly behind the Pearl Street Bridge and can be seen all over the Historic Small Town.

4th of July Festival Schedule

July 2nd
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

Visit Granbury’s Historic downtown with artisan vendors around the courthouse.

July 3rd
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Visit Granbury’s Historic downtown with artisan vendors around the courthouse.

July 4th
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Visit Granbury’s Historic downtown with artisan vendors around the courthouse.

10:00 am

Start your day off with Granbury’s famous parade. Beginning at Granbury High School and ending around the downtown square, the parade stretches over 2 miles long, allowing for plenty of viewing opportunities.

Around 9:45 pm

Keep your eyes on the sky for the Granbury Fireworks, beginning at dusk (typically around 9:45 pm). The fireworks are shot off over the lake, directly behind the Pearl Street Bridge and can be seen all over the Historic Small Town.

Vendors

 See these vendors and more on the Granbury Square!

Pioneer Kettle Korn
Pioneer Kettle Korn

Kettle Korn like you have never had before!

The Savvy Sunflower
The Savvy Sunflower

A women's and children's boutique with up-to-date fashion.

Zou Lous
Zou Lous

Plus size clothing, purses, and shoes!

Salt Soothers
Salt Soothers

Pacific Sea spa salts, bath bombs, and dead sea salt strubs.

Want to see a full list of vendors coming to the event this year?
Whiskey Morning Coffee
Whiskey Morning Coffee

Proudly roasted in Tolar, TX

Open Hearts Yoga Sanctuary & Crystal Boutique
Open Hearts Yoga Sanctuary & Crystal Boutique

Handmade natural crystal jewelry, collector rocks, and Art Deco pieces.

Become a Vendor

4th of July Parade Route Map

Get in Touch

Have questions about Granbury’s Hometown 4th of July? Whether it be about being a vendor on the square, participating in the parade, or general event details, we would love to hear from you! Fill out the contact form to get in touch with us today!

Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors for making this event FREE to attend