Every year, the City of Florence hosts a multiple-day festival in honor of Independence Day. Activities include a drive-in movie, a craft fair, 5k Run, and our famous Wet & Dry Parade. Please join us in this grand celebration!
2021 Fourth of July Festival
The 2021 Florence Fourth of July Festival dates are July 2-4.
Vendor Applications for Fourth of July Festival 2021:
Please join us at Pioneer Park on Saturday, July 3rd and Sunday, July 4th.
NO LATE FEES will be charged please disregard Craft Vendors and Food Vendors.
1. Craft Vendor Application (please download all three documents):
2. Food Vendor Application (please download all three documents):
Food Vendors, for more information about Fremont County Health Department, click below:
For further information about Fremont County Health Department's protocol please contact The Environmental Health and County Sanitarian, Amy Jamison.
Please be sure to have and read all documents. Spots are a first come, first served, basis (this means a complete application). For any questions or concerns that come up, please do not hesitate to call 719-784-3411 Opt. 0 and request to speak with Aubrey or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Also, we reserve the right to deny any applications.
2020 Fourth of July Festival
Due to COVID-19, the City of Florence was unable to hold its traditional Fourth of July Festival. Despite social distancing requirements, Florence was still able to celebrate in a memorable way with a socially-distanced wet & dry parade, two outdoor movie nights, sidewalk chalk art and patriotic yard decorating contests, and a fireworks display!
Florence Outdoor Movie Nights
On Thursday, July 2nd and Friday, July 3rd, the City of Florence and the Gordon Family were able to host a drive-in style movie night for families to enjoy while following social distancing guidelines.
Social Distancing Wet & Dry Parade
The City of Florence and several community organizations participated in the wet & dry parade, social-distancing style! Rather than having the community gather on Main Street, the parade route went into the residential neighborhoods so families could still join in on the fun from their yards. This event received positive feedback and will definitely be remembered for years to come!