Do you love fireworks? You don't want to miss Lubbock's biggest and best show happening this weekend.

Buffalo Springs Lake's show has gotten bigger and bigger each year...and this year promises to be the best yet!

Here is a list of all the events happening in Lubbock for the July 4th celebration weekend.

Here's what they had to say on their official website:

"Buffalo Springs Lake invites you to our annual fireworks show on July 6, 2024, Lubbock’s most anticipated summer event. Renowned as the largest and longest fireworks display in the area, this year’s celebration promises an additional auditory delight. Set against the backdrop of our canyon, the natural acoustics amplify the crackle and boom of the fireworks, creating a mesmerizing echo that dances through the landscape. This unique sonic experience, coupled with the dazzling reflections on the lake’s surface, offers an unparalleled evening of visual and auditory spectacle. Gather your loved ones and join us at Buffalo Springs Lake for an unforgettable night where nature’s grandeur meets the thrill of the city’s most magnificent fireworks show. Don’t forget about our wristband pre-sale. If you’re a Lubbock County resident we are giving back to you. As a resident, you can buy a wristband in advance and skip the lines with immediate entrance to the lake! That sale starts June 24!"

Lonestar 99.5 will be doing the music for the big fireworks show. You can tune into your radio or show up to the show to hear patriotic country music to go along with the fireworks. The show will be from around 9:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Remember, there are a few rules and important things to know before you head to the lake for the show:

  • Absolutely NO GLASS
  • All golf cats and ATVs MUST have a license plate, headlights and tail lights
  • You MUST have a valid driver's license to drive any golf cart, ATV or vehicle
  • Pets must be on a leash

Find out more HERE!

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Gallery Credit: Kelsee Pitman

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