This year's Fireworks Spectacular is set for Friday, July 3, at Wake Forest High School, 420 W. Stadium Dr. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and admission is $5 per person. Children ages six and under are admitted free.
- No alcoholic beverages, smoking, or pets are permitted on the Wake Forest High School campus.
- Cash is the only form of payment accepted at the gate and concession stand.
- Lawn chairs may be set up in designated lawn and concrete areas inside the stadium. Although blankets are allowed on the track, lawn chairs are not due to the damage they can cause to the track's rubberized surface.
- Following the fireworks, no vehicles will be permitted to enter the school grounds until all the traffic exiting the stadium is clear.
An event map will be provided in the coming days that highlights important points of interest during this year's Fireworks Spectacular, including parking, restrooms, concessions and more.
Tickets cost $5 each, but as a special offer - purchase five tickets for $20 (applies to tickets purchased in advance only). Advance tickets will go on sale in June.
Tickets can also be purchased at the gate, but cash is the only form of payment accepted.
Handicap parking (by identification only) and regular parking are available on the school campus.
Food & Concessions
Concessions, including hamburgers, hot dogs, popcorn, Chick-Fil-A sandwiches, and snow cones will be available at the Fireworks Spectacular, but cash is the only form of payment that will be accepted.
Picnic baskets and/or coolers are allowed but will be inspected by the Wake Forest Police Department before being permitted inside the stadium.
Alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited on the Wake Forest High School campus.
Families are welcome to tailgate in the parking lot, but everyone that comes onto the school campus must be a paying spectator.
Jupiter Jones will headline this year’s celebration. The band will take the stage at 6:30 p.m. Jim Dyer is back this year to serve as the evening's emcee.
But what about the fireworks? Not to worry! This year’s fireworks will be bigger and better than ever and are sure to provide a thrilling end to an unforgettable evening.