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Come to Round Rock and see the Best Fire Works in Central Texas.


A parade, fireworks, carnival rides, jalapeno pepper eating contest, Swifty Swine Pig Races, children’s games, Sam Bass Shootout, Movies in the Park and skydivers are all part of the City of Round Rock’s July Fourth Frontier Days Celebration.

This event is free for the entire family.

Independence Day festivities will begin with free watermelon at the Lakeview Pavilion in Old Settlers Park and include music from the Austin Symphonic Band.

The event also features a pepper eating contest, vendor booths, Sertoma Rubber Duck Races and full-scale carnival rides! Your family will also enjoy the Swifty Swine Pig Races.

The parade begins at 10am on Main Street and Frontier Days begins at Old Settlers Park starting at 12 noon. Fireworks begin at dark at Old Settlers Park.

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