Marysville cooking up fun, fireworks for July 4th

MARYSVILLE, Wash. – The spectacular 4th of the July event in Marysville is back with a professional fireworks show and a new mix of fun. Food trucks, anyone? 

“As Americans we have so much to celebrate,” Mayor Jon Nehring said. “Community celebrations are more important than ever. I hope you will join my family as we honor our nation’s independence with food, fun and fireworks.”

Beginning at 7 p.m. on Sunday, July 4, visit Asbery Field and Ebey Waterfront Park in Marysville to buy pre-fireworks dinner and snacks. There will also be free festive photo stations for your holiday selfies.  

  • Asbery Field will host Big Red Truck at the corner of 7th and Alder and Delfino’s Chicago Pizza at the corner of 7th and Quinn. 
  • At Ebey Waterfront Park, you’ll find Sugar + Spoon just outside the park on 1st Street and kettle corn offered by the Irish Chefs inside the park. 

The fireworks show beginning at 10 p.m. will be launched from the south end of town over the water treatment facility, the same location as last year.

In addition to Asbery Field and Ebey Waterfront Park, other viewing locations are the south end of the Marysville Town Center Mall parking lot and street parking along 1st, 2nd and 3rd streets. South end residents can also watch from their local neighborhood parks.

Come and enjoy a great 4th of the July event in Marysville!

Mario Lotmore

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