Start the Independence Day celebration at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 3 with a parade. The parade route starts at Plano Senior High School (W Park Blvd.) and stretches north along Independence Parkway to Spring Creek Parkway, ending at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church.
Walk with the Texas Democratic Women of Collin County and other fellow Democrats in the Plano Independence Day Parade. Dress for the weather and expect a leisurely 2 mile walk up to Spring Creek Parkway. Wear red, white, and blue — Especially blue! Click here for more information, if you are interested in walking in the parade with the Texas Democratic Women of Collin County.
The free Plano Community Band Patriotic Concert begins at 7 p.m. on July 3rd in Haggard Park at 901 E. 15th Street. Bring a blanket or chairs and enjoy the patriotic music.
On Sunday, July 4, enjoy another concert and close the evening with the annual All-American Fourth community fireworks display.
At 3 p.m. on July 4, join the Plano Symphony Orchestra and the Patriotic Pops Chorus for Patriotic Pops at the Eisemann Center. Ticket information is available at
The All-American Fourth fireworks begin at 9:30 p.m. This colorful, professional fireworks display will light up Plano’s sky over Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve, east of U.S. 75 on Spring Creek Parkway. Bring a blanket and picnic basket, and enjoy the FREE show. Parking will be available at Plano Centre, Collin College and First United Methodist Church Plano. Listen to simulcast music for the fireworks display on KLAK 97.5 FM.