The celebration will be broadcasted by local ABC affiliate WSB-TV, who won an Emmy for the broadcast in 2012 and was the third most-watched program in all over Atlanta across 200 channels in 2016.
Gates Open: 6:00pm
This year’s entertainment lineup includes:
Atlanta favorite JFly and Friends
Grammy-award winning artist Bobby Brown
Two-time Grammy award winning artist Ann Nesby
Billboard 100 Top Dance Club Artists of All Time artist CeCe Peniston
R&B singer and songwriter Algebra Blessett
Creative Loafing’s Best of Atlanta 2016: Best Local Mainstream Act Chelsea Shag
Gospel singer, songwriter, and radio host Darlene McCoy
Pop artist Jordan Bolch
Member of Grammy Award-winning country duo Sugarland, Kristian Bush
Transportation: Attendees are encouraged to park in the Red Deck located on Andrew Young International Boulevard, next to the Georgia World Congress Center and Georgia Dome, or ride MARTA, which the Park is accessible from both the Peachtree Center Station as well as the Dome/Phillips/GWCC Station.
No bags or backpacks larger than 11×17. Attendees and their belongings are subject to search.
No glass containers of any kind
No outside food may be brought into the event. Sealed beverages are permitted.
No large umbrellas or tents
No skateboards, scooters, or bicycles inside the event
No illegal drugs of any kind
Alcohol may not be brought into the Park
Centennial Olympic Park reserves the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason
Park visitors under 17 years of age are required to be accompanied by a parent or guardian 25 years of age or older at all times
Frequently Asked Questions:
What time do the fireworks begin?
The fireworks are scheduled to begin at 9:45pm.
Will there be live music?
Yes, J-Fly and other musical guests will be performing.
Can I bring water for me and my friends and family?
Yes, we allow sealed plastic bottles into the Park.
Where should I park?
Parking will available at the Red Deck Parking Garage, which is located on Andrew Young International Blvd. across from the Georgia Dome and the Georgia World Congress Center.
Are umbrellas/chairs allowed?
Small, personal umbrellas will be allowed, but large umbrellas and tents are not. Lawn chairs, preferably soft-back or low-backed, are allowed.
Is there a specific viewing area for guests in wheelchairs?
Since the view of the fireworks is overhead, and the stage can be seen from anywhere in the Park, there will not be a designated spot for wheelchairs. However, all of Centennial Olympic Park is ADA compliant.
The 4th of July celebration is presented by