Photo courtesy of Folsom Pro Rodeo.
It’s time to party like it is 1776, or better yet, like we missed 2020. Whether you’re looking to red, white and BBQ or red, white and brew, Sacramento365 has rounded up some events that are sure to help you celebrate the U.S. of Yay!
Folsom Pro Rodeo
Dan Russell Arena
July 2-4 | Fri-Sun 7:30pm
It’s the 60th anniversary of the Folsom Pro Rodeo! In addition to wild rodeo action, the Folsom Pro Rodeo offers high-flying motocross, colorful Painted Ladies horse team showing off their skills to music, a silver dollar dig for those under Age 8 to hit the jackpot and much, much more.
The Rodeo is a family-friendly event designed to celebrate our heritage and our nation’s birthday!
Junior – Adult Stars and Stripes Scramble
William Land Golf Course
July 3 | Sat 11:30am
Join the William Land Golf Course for a nine-hole Stars and Stripes Scramble. Enjoy a two-person, nine-hole scramble in two division — Juniors Age 14-17 and Youth under Age 13. Entry fee includes team green fees, tee prize, prize fund, and BBQ dinner.
Sacramento Seafood and Soul Food Festival – SOLD OUT
July 3 | Sat Noon
Enjoy a day by the beautiful Sacramento River, eating seafood and listening to Jazz, Blues and R&B performances by Howard Hewett, Michel’le, and Paris Escovedo. The Seafood and Soul Fest is the place for fun, food and entertainment.
4th of July Bike Parade and Festival
July 4 | Sun 10am
Be a part of the 4th of July Bike Parade and Festival as it returns this year. If you are interested in having your vehicle in the parade, registration is free. 20 vehicles max and must be street legal with a license plate. Walkers and those on bicycles do not need to register. Enjoy live music from the Funk Shui Band, a kid zone, raffle, and hamburgers and hot dogs after the parade!
4th of July Party
Delta King Riverboat
July 4 | Sun 4pm
Join Delta King Landing in celebrating Independence Day. Featuring a live performance by Pinkie Rideau and Cordon Blues, Delta King is excited to offer its second in a series of live music events on the boat.
Elk Grove Salutes the Red, White, and Blue
Elk Grove Regional Park
July 4 | Sun 6pm-10pm
The boom is back. The City of Elk Grove is excited for the return of its traditional 4th of July celebration that so many of residents look forward to each year. Fireworks, food, music, and fun await as we celebrate our nation and our city at this 25th annual event!
Red, White and Brew
Drake’s: The Barn
July 4 | Sun 6:30pm
Oh, my stars! Drake’s: The Barn will be booming with spectacular fun this 4th of July! Get ready to Red, White & Brew with fireworks, unlimited tacos, and a Silent Disco on the lawn! Sorry kiddos: grown-ups only for this one (Age 21+)!
The party starts at 6:30pm, with a dueling-DJ silent disco running from 9pm through midnight. Each ticket includes one beer, unlimited tacos, one silent disco headset, and exclusive access to our lawn for a night of shenanigans. Drake’s: The Barn’s location provides a front-row seat to the City’s Independence Day pyrotechnics, so indulge in fantastic food, groovy tunes, and cold bevies! After all, the only thing that tastes better than a cold beer is freedom.
Fourth on the Field Remix
Sutter Health Park
July 4 | Sun 7pm
Sacramento certainly knows how to celebrate the 4th of July! See the skies light up at Sutter Health Park with your Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera, led by Stuart Chafetz. Where else can you watch fireworks choreographed with a live orchestra? Nowhere!
All guests will have access to a mid-summer classics inspired menu as well as some of Sacramento’s favorite local craft brews.
For even more ways to celebrate the Fourth of July, check out Sacramento365’s Holiday Events page here.
Blog author: Rachael Durling, Destination Partnerships & Community Engagement Specialist.