BOOM! Just like that 4th of July celebrations are back. Parades, festivals, and fireworks lighting up the night sky are just some of the amazing aspects of how Indy celebrates Independence Day. Here\u2019s all the intel you\u2019ll need on where to see fireworks in Indianapolis. All events are on Sunday, July 4th unless otherwise noted. Downtown Indy 4th of July Fireworks Downtown Indianapolis Fireworks begin at 10 pm Central Indiana residents and visitors will be able to enjoy a massive firework display once again in the heart of Downtown Indianapolis this Independence Day. Launched from atop the 500 North Meridian office building, the 21-minute show will be synced to popular patriotic and themed music aired on local Emmis Communications radio stations B105.7 and 97.1 Hank FM. Military Park offers a great view of the fireworks and plenty of space for a socially-distanced picnic. Westfield Rocks the 4th Grand Park, Westfield The festival takes place nightly from June 28 - July 4; Fireworks begin at 10 pm on July 4th. Celebrate our country's independence all week long during Westfield Rocks the 4th. Activities include, Kids Zone Attractions, Pony Rides, entertainment stages, and more. Find the full schedule here. The firework display will take place on July 4, at 10 pm. Symphony on the Prairie: Star-Spangled Symphony | July 2-4 Conner Prairie, Fisher Gates open at 6 pm, concert starts at 8 pm, fireworks begin around 9:45 pm Pack your picnic and wear your red, white, and blue for the ISO\u2019s annual celebration of America. The ISO will salute all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces each night. Our summertime tradition features symphony favorites including Tchaikovsky\u2019s 1812 Overture, complete with spectacular fireworks to cap off each concert. CLICK HERE for ticket information. Related Article: 2021 Symphony on the Prairie Lineup Noblesville Fourth of July Parade and Fireworks Festival Forest Park, Noblesville The Festival begins at 6 pm; Fireworks begin at 10 pm The free Fireworks Festival presented by IDI Composites International will take place at Forest Park from 6 to 10 p.m. The event will include traditional park amenities such as playgrounds, shelters and shade; along with festival items like a mobile zipline, an axe throwing trailer, flying trapeze, inflatables, trackless train and a kids area. An adult area will include a beer garden and games. Hairbangers Ball will perform on the Republic Services Main Stage from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The day will end with the annual fireworks show, presented by T-Mobile and Midwest Paving, which will begin at 10 p.m. Parking: Parking will be extremely limited at Forest Park on July 4th. Only handicap parking will be available on marked spaces along Cicero Road. Guests are encouraged to utilize the numerous downtown parking lots and on street parking and walk to the festival using the pedestrian bridge across the White River or State Road 19. Zionsville Lion Club Fourth of July Mulberry Fields, Zionsville The Festival begins at 5 pm; Fireworks begin at 10 pm The Zionsville Lions Club is happy to announce that the 4th of July Celebration will take place again this year at Mulberry Fields! Zionsville. DJ Music in the gazebo, bounce houses, and festival food begins at 5 pm. Presentation of Colors and the singing of the National Anthem at 7 pm. Parking: Parking lots at Zionsville Lions Park and the old Citgo lot located at Main and Sycamore Street opens up at 5 pm, $8 per vehicle. Photo by Roger David Manning CarmelFest Fireworks | July 4-5 Three Carmel locations: \tWest Side \u2013 West Park, 2700 W. 116th Street \tCentral Carmel \u2013 Chase Court cul-de-sac, Chase Court is between Range Line Road and Guilford Ave. \tEast Side \u2013 Badger Field, 5459 E. Main Street Fireworks begin at 9:45 pm CarmelFest is celebrating its 33rd year\u2014offering games and rides, your favorite festival food, fantastic entertainment, an outdoor marketplace featuring local artisan creations, spectacular fireworks and a patriotic parade. The two-day celebration includes the city\u2019s biggest fireworks display on both nights synchronized to music on WHJE 91.3, so don\u2019t forget your radio! CLICK HERE for more info on CarmelFest Festival. Lights Over Morse Lake Festival Morse Lake, Cicero Fireworks begin around 10 pm Fireworks will begin over Morse Reservoir at dark around 10:00 pm. The best viewing location is near the intersection of Main St \/ Buckeye St. Tune in to Mix105 for a live broadcast during the fireworks display. Brownsburg Fireworks Display Downtown Brownsburg Fireworks begin at 10 pm View the fireworks from downtown Brownsburg starting at 10 PM. Fireworks will be shot from Lincolnwood Park. Public will not be allowed on site. Boone County Fireworks Lebanon Middle School, Lebanon 4th of July fireworks will begin at the traditional time of 10 pm., launching from Lebanon Middle School. More information is forthcoming. Keep an eye on the Boone County 4th of July Facebook page for updates.