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Granbury's Hometown 4th of July Festival features a morning parade beginning at Granbury High School and ending around the downtown square. The parade stretches over two miles long, allowing for plenty of viewing opportunities.

During the day, there will be artisan vendors around the courthouse in the historic downtown.

Around 9:45 pm that night, the fireworks are shot off over the lake, directly behind the Pearl Street Bridge and can be seen all over Granbury.

Granbury's Hometown 4th of July Festival features a morning parade beginning at Granbury High School and ending around the downtown square. The parade stretches over two miles long, allowing for plenty of viewing opportunities.

During the day, there will be artisan vendors around the courthouse in the historic downtown.

Around 9:45 pm that night, the fireworks are shot off over the lake, directly behind the Pearl Street Bridge and can be seen all over Granbury.

Granbury's Hometown 4th of July Festival features a morning parade beginning at Granbury High School and ending around the downtown square. The parade stretches over two miles long, allowing for plenty of viewing opportunities.

During the day, there will be artisan vendors around the courthouse in the historic downtown.

Around 9:45 pm that night, the fireworks are shot off over the lake, directly behind the Pearl Street Bridge and can be seen all over Granbury.

WHEN

WHERE

Granbury Square
100 E. Pearl St.
Granbury, TX 76048
https://granburychamber.com/1634-2/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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