top of page
  • Writer's pictureGotta Go Orlando

Lake Eola 4th of July Fireworks at the Fountain, all you need to know!

Happy Independence Day! Celebrate tonight with the city of Orlando at the biggest fireworks spectacular in Central Florida, Fireworks at the Fountain is a much loved local tradition here in Orlando, find out all the details here.

Orlando Fireworks at the Fountain

Thousands are expected to flock to downtown Orlando today for the annual Fourth of July celebration at Lake Eola Park, where residents and visitors can enjoy live music, family-friendly activities and a spectacular 20 minute fireworks finale.

Festivities at this years Fireworks at the Fountain begin at 4 pm, and spectators are encouraged to arrive early to find their viewing spot and enjoy family-friendly activities, including live music, a petting zoo and a kids play zone.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase from more than a dozen food vendors throughout the event.

The evening will conclude at 9.10 pm when the sky will illuminate with a spectacular patriotic firework spectacular, set to a live patriotic performance by the Orlando Concert Band.

The entertainment schedule for the Walt Disney Amphitheater is as follows:

4:20 p.m. – Hello Sister Band

8 p.m. – Orlando Concert Band

9 p.m. – Fireworks Countdown Pre-Show

9:10 p.m. – Fireworks Show

Following last years incident at the Fourth of July celebration, that saw hundreds of people running from Lake Eola after mistaking fireworks for gunfire, which resulting in 12 people being injured, Orlando Police have issued a statement assuring the public that they are committed to ensuring the safety & security of the community during tonight's 4th of July celebrations.

In a video posted on social media, Chief Smith commented "While our officers will be actively working to keep our community safe, we encourage you to be proactive as well by keeping yourself, your loved ones, and your neighbors safe."

Orlando Fireworks at the Fountain

Watch Live

Can't make it? Not yet comfortable attending in-person events? Watch the festivities live on News 6 WKMG starting at 8 pm, or stream online at

Parking and Transportation

Parking is available in downtown surface lots and garages. Click here for an interactive map of options.

Downtown residents and those parking in a location other than the Library Garage on Central Boulevard are encouraged to use the free downtown LYMMO circulator. Click here to view the LYMMO map.

Event attendees are encouraged to use alternative methods of transportation to visit Fireworks at the Fountain, including ride share services, carpooling, buses, and bicycles.

Orlando Fireworks at the Fountain

July 4 Road Closure Information

Robinson Street from Rosalind Avenue to Summerlin Avenue (closed 7 a.m. to midnight)

Eola Drive from Robinson Street to Washington Street (closed 7 a.m. to midnight)

Rosalind Avenue from South Street to Robinson Street (closed 2 p.m. to midnight)

Central Boulevard from Rosalind Avenue to Eola Drive (closed 2 p.m. to midnight)

Lake Eola 4th of July Fireworks at the Fountain Road Closure Map

Event Rules and Regulations

You may not stake anything into the ground (umbrellas, tents, etc.)

No outside alcohol (outside food and non-alcoholic beverages OK)

No personal fireworks

No unauthorized vending or soliciting

Click here for Park rules and other prohibited items

You may bring:

Coolers (no outside alcohol permitted)

Umbrellas (do not stake anything into the park grass)

Chairs and picnic blankets/beach towels

Leashed, well-behaved pets

Orlando Fireworks at the Fountain

For the very latest news and information from Orlando and Central Florida, check back often here at Gotta Go Orlando as we keep you informed throughout the day, every day.

You can also keep up to date on our socials, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

Plus, subscribe to the Gotta Go Orlando YouTube Channel, your free guide to Orlando.

Please Note:

Gotta Go Orlando is your free guide to all the amazing happenings in Orlando. Every day we offer the most up to date news and information on the best of Orlando and Central Florida.

We are supported by our advertisers via digital ads, sponsored content, and affiliate links, articles may be paid for, or contain affiliate links where we could earn money if you purchase products or services via a link our site.


bottom of page