Fourth of July in Pinetop, Arizona and the surrounding areas of the White Mountains has always been a great time for residents and visitors to the White Mountains of Arizona. If your visiting from the valleys of Arizona, consider this. Fourth of July weekend and the fourth itself, will be 20-30 degrees cooler than the valley. There’ll be a host and variety of 4th events, each unique to its community, all communities within (30) mins or less of each other. Each community’s 4th events are original and family oriented. Food is plentiful and not listed here, many different arts shows and music activities as well. Our night life will be extremely active with live music at many venues.
So, what are you waiting for? Book your motel reservations now for a great 4th of July week of fun and activities for everyone. Below I’ve listed just some of the evets for this 4th of July weekend and week ahead.
See you soon.
Events below can also be found at: http://azwhitemountains.net/fourth-of-july-weekend-in-the-white-mountains/. Also, check our local Chamber websites (Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Snowflake-Taylor, St. Johns, Heber-Overgaard, Alpine, Eagar, Springerville) for other activities and events.
FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND EVENTS IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS OF ARIZONA
July 3: Annual Show Low Deuce’s Wild Rodeo
7 p.m. at Village Arena. 4455 S. White Mountain Rd. For more information visit www.deuceswildrodeo.us.
July 3: Heber 4th of July Weekend Celebration
Noon – 3 p.m. at Tall Timbers Park. Arts and crafts, food, beer garden, live music, inflatables, and live entertainment by Siringo. Visit www.heberovergaard.org for more information.
July 3-5: Sunrise 3D Shootout
Participants can compete against other archers, enjoy 10 different fun courses, and shop a variety of vendors over the course of 3 days. For more information visit www.sunriseskiparkaz.com/3d-shootout/.
July 4: Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast
7 a.m. at Festival Marketplace. Fundraiser for the Show Low Historical Society Museum. Call 928-532-7115 for more information.
July 4: FreedomFest
Features a parade at 9 a.m. along the Deuce of Clubs from Owens to White Mountain Road in Show Low. Kid’s games and activities, live entertainment and food begin at 3 p.m. at the Show Low High School Football Field-followed by the largest fireworks show in the White Mountains at 9 p.m. Call 928-532-4140 or visit www.showlowaz.gov/recreation for more information.
July 4: Show Low Main Street Farmer’s Market & Art Walk
Festival Marketplace and Cooley Street between 9th & 11th St. From 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. Features local produce growers, food product producers, artisans and craft vendors. For more information contact 928-532-2680.
July 4: Taylor 61st Annual Night Rodeo
Taylor Independence Day celebration is held at the Taylor Rodeo Complex. There will be a flag raising ceremony, firing of the anvil, a barbecue, rodeo, dance, patriotic program, and fireworks, Taylor 10K & 2 mile run and softball tournament. Celebrations will be throughout the day and Rodeo at 7 p.m. For more information visit www.snowflaketaylorchamber.com.
July 4: Heber 4th of July Weekend Celebration
5 a.m. Anvil Firing. 6 a.m. Carissa’s run at Capps Middle School. 7 a.m. pancake breakfast and Flag Raising at Capps Middle School. 11 a.m. parade at HWY260. Noon – 6 p.m. arts and crafts, beer garden, and car show at Tall Timbers Park. 1 – 5 p.m. live entertainment by Siringo. 5 p.m. live entertainment by Mogollon at Mogollon H.S. 9 p.m. Fireworks Show. Visit www.heberovergaard.org for more information.
July 5: Heber 4th of July Weekend Celebration
10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Tall Timbers Park. Arts and crafts, beer garden, live entertainment by Siringo. Visit www.heberovergaard.org for more information.