If you're in town early and just can't wait to celebrate, Oklahoma City's famous Boathouse District will ignite the fun with the SandRidge Energy Stars and Stripes River Festival on Saturday, June 27. The event is the perfect opportunity for all ages to enjoy everything the Boathouse District has to offer. RIVERSPORT Adventures will be open for a full day of fun in the sun and races on the river are sure to leave everyone breathless. Live music, food vendors and fireworks are to be enjoyed by anyone and everyone. It's sure to be a blast.

You can hear freedom ring on Friday, July 3 as the Oklahoma City Philharmonic presents Patriotic Pops for the 8th annualRed, White & Boom. This free event will take place out at the State Fair Park with the music starting at 8:30 p.m. and fireworks starting at approximately 10 p.m. Lawn chairs are encouraged and concessions will be available.

Another American favorite, The Charlie Daniels Band, is tuning in on Friday, as well, with an evening performance at Frontier City. Come early and enjoy a fun day of rides and attractions with fireworks to light the night sky following the concert. The concert is free with park admission. Frontier City will also have a fireworks show at sundown on Saturday, July 4.

Oklahoma City's newest kids on the block, the Oklahoma City Dodgers, will keep old traditions popping this year with a fireworks show at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark following their game against Omaha on the Fourth. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m.

If you're not going to the game, bring the family out to Lower Bricktown on the evening of July Fourth for a live, free show from NICNOS starting at 8 p.m. and lasting until 10 p.m. You can even catch all of the fireworks from the game when the sun goes down.

Make sure you get to experience all of OKC's fun festivities in celebration of the Fourth of July.