City of Fishers is pleased to announce plans for fireworks shows on the 4th of July. We will feature 3 fireworks shows throughout Fishers to give residents options to view within their neighborhood. All shows will take place at approximately 10 pm.
Nickel Plate District
Viewing (fireworks launched from Holland Park) also featuring Glamerica from 8-10pm at Nickel Plate District Amphitheater
Geist Waterfront Park
HSE and Geist neighborhood viewing including school parking lots along Olio Rd (fireworks launched from Geist Waterfront Park)
Viewing (fireworks launched just south of the Marina).
NOTE: The Fall Creek Road bridge will be open all evening for vehicular traffic. No pedestrians will be allowed on the bridge during the fireworks, sidewalk will be closed on the bridge. See details below.
The following are the contributors who donated the money to support Geist’s 4th of July Fireworks Display. Thank you for your contributions!
- Dan & Trish Church
- Renn & Heather Crichlow
- Donna Dellen
- Steven & Lauri Fehribach
- Joe & Laurie Ford
- Brian & Jill Hall
- Hal, Doug & Hugh Harlan
- Mark & Kathy Harrison
- Craig & Kathryn May
- Allen & Leslie Myers
- Greg & Cami O’Herren
- Greg & Amy Nowling
- Steve & Debbie Rice
- Jim & Kathy Sunday
- Kathy Stuart
- Teresa Towriss
Geist Marina Fireworks Details
While the annual Blast on the Bridge event has been a popular viewing area for the fireworks, the City of Fishers is not continuing with the event except for the fireworks show. Fall Creek Bridge will not be available for viewing. Additionally, the following modifications to the event space will take place to ensure the businesses in the Marina are able to operate and safety is maintained for all Geist residents.
• Fall Creek Bridge will remain open to vehicular traffic leading up to and during the fireworks show
• Fall Creek Bridge sidewalk will close at 9 pm. Security personnel will roam the bridge ahead of the closure to ensure there is no placement of chairs or pedestrians stationed on the bridge.
• Parking passes will be distributed to neighborhoods that may be affected by non-residents looking for somewhere to park.