• Tuesday, July 3    ArlingtonTX

    6:00-10:30 PM  •  Downtown Arlington
    Fireworks: 9:45 PM

Event Sponsors

A big thanks to all of last year’s event sponsors. Interested in becoming a sponsor in 2018? Get in touch.

Light Up Arlington is right around the corner! This year we are also selling Retail Vendor Spots at the event. if you are interested in obtaining an application, please contact Angie Dennehy at 817-459-6231.

Light Up Arlington Events Map

NOTE: Map updates will occur frequently as additional vendors have been confirmed and locations are finalized.

2018 Schedule of Events

General Schedule

This year’s celebration features activities and entertainment for all ages, right in the heart of Downtown Arlington!

  • KID ZONE  6:00-9:00 PM
  • TRAIN RIDES  6:00-10:00 PM
  • CARNIVAL CONCESSIONS  6:00-10:00 PM
  • FOOD TRUCKS  6:00-10:00 PM
  • FIREWORKS DISPLAY 9:45 PM
    Set to music from 95.9 The Ranch! NOTE: Fireworks will be launched from the Municipal Office Tower (101 S. Mesquite).

Entertainment Schedule

Multiple stages of FREE entertainment with some of the top acts in DFW.

LEVITT PAVILION

Live Music, Beverage Tent, Restrooms

The Roomsounds

7:00 PM

Chris Watson Band

8:30 PM


GREASE MONKEY

Live Music, Restrooms, Food Trucks, Glow Product Sales, Information Booth

TBD

6:30 PM

TBD

8:00 PM


MUNICIPAL OFFICE TOWER STAGE

Live Music, Food Trucks, Restrooms, Glow Product Sales, Information Booth

TBD

6:30 PM

TBD

8:00 PM

Kids Activities

Check out these three locations for fun and games for the kids before the fireworks.

BOOMTOWN – Presented by Rough Riders Remodeling
(Southeast corner of Center St. and South St.)

92.1 Hank FM live music stage, vendors, food trucks, trackless train, inflatable games, glow-in-the-dark items for sale and more! Site also includes first aid and restrooms. NOTE: Some activities require a fee.

Firecracker Alley
(Northwest corner of Abram St. and Pecan St.)

Texas Health Resources health fair tent, pony rides, petting zoo, vendors, carnival foods, food trucks, glow product sales, information booth, first aid and restrooms.

LUA Partner Events

Legal Draft Beer Co.

500 E Division St, Arlington, Texas 76011

Come watch the great Light Up Arlington fireworks show from our patio! We’ll open at 4PM and close after the fireworks are finished. Feel free to bring your own folding chairs to be sure you get a good seat outside. Enjoy live music from The Martin Brothers before the fireworks start (9:45PM) and great food for purchase from SmokingQue BBQ Catering.

J. Gilligan’s Bar & Grill

400 E Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010

Info to come.

Need Help?

If you are in need of assistance, please locate a City staff person (identified by Light Up Arlington event shirts) or police officer.

Stay in the loop of any last-minute event updates by texting Arlington_LUA to 86677 for our SMS service (standard carrier and data rates may apply).

If this is an emergency, please call 911 emergency services.

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What to Bring?
To make the most of your evening at Light Up Arlington, bring a fun attitude, a lawn chair or blanket for relaxing, snacks or a picnic dinner, and a cooler with beverages (but no glass containers, please). You might also want a hat, sunscreen, bug spray or other protection from Mother Nature. Strollers are permitted on site.

Parking
There is free parking at UTA. Attendees are also welcome to park in any public lot in Downtown Arlington. There is no dedicated lot for the event. Parking is available on side streets. Street signs will direct to legal parking spots.

What Not to Bring
No selling of food or merchandise without designated vendor pass. No glass containers. Due to the large crowds and loud noises, we do not encourage you to bring pets. Pets will be allowed to the events, but owners assume full responsibility for their actions.

If you have other questions, feel free to ask us by email at info@lightuparlington.com.

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Vision Statement
Arlington is a vibrant city that enjoys a high quality of life through great parks and exceptional recreational opportunities. These services provide a foundation for the physical, social, economic and environmental viability and well-being of the community.