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Check out a list of Fourth of July firework shows and other events around central Alabama beginning tonight!

Fourth of July Events/Firework Displays

BIRMINGHAM

Freedom Fest

Where: Hoover Metropolitan Stadium

Cost: Free

Firework show: 9 p.m.

Thunder on the Mountain

Where: Visit Vulcan, 1701 Valley View Drive, 35209

Cost: Free

Firework show: 9 p.m.

Homewood 4th of July Celebration

Where: Downtown Homewood

Cost:  Free admission; Unlimited ride attractions $10

Firework show:  9 p.m.

CLANTON

Independence Day Fireworks, July 5

Where:  Clanton City Park

Cost:  Free

Firework show:  9 p.m.

CULLMAN

4th of July Fireworks & Music Festival

Where: Smith Lake Park, County Rd. 385, 35057

Cost: Parking - $5; Pool - $3.50-$5; Putt-Putt Golf - $3

Firework show: 9 p.m.

Desperation Church's 4th of July Firework Festival

Where: 1705 Lee Ave. SW, 35055

HELENA

First Friday on Thursday, July 3

Where:  Old Town Helena

Cost:  Free

Firework show:  Around 9 p.m.

SHELBY COUNTY

The Big Kaboom, July 3

Where: Downtown Chelsea

Cost: Free

Firework show: 9 p.m.

Oak Mountain Fireworks Celebration, July 3

Where:  Oak Mountain State Park

Cost:  After 5 p.m., $3 per person or $5 per car

Firework show:  9 p.m.

TRUSSVILLE

Trussville Freedom Celebration

First Baptist Church Trussville, 225 Parkway Drive, 35173

Cost: Free

Firework show: 9 p.m.

MONTEVALLO

American Village Independence Day

Where: American Village Citizenship Trust, 3727 Hwy. 119, 35115

Cost: $5 admission; Free for military veterans and children under four

Firework show: 9 p.m.

TUSCALOOSA

Tuscaloosa Celebration on the River

Where: Tuscaloosa Amphitheater, 2710 Jack Warner Pkwy., 35401

Cost: $5 admission; Family 4-pack available for $15; Free for children under five

Firework show: 9 p.m.

GADSDEN

Independence Day Celebration

Where:  Banks of the Coosa River

Cost:  Free

Firework show:  9 p.m.

Gadsden First Friday

Where: Downtown Gadsden

Cost: Free

Firework show: 9 p.m.

GLENCOE

July Blowout at the Big Chief Drive-In

Where: Big Chief Drive-In, 600 Main St., 35905

ST. CLAIR COUNTY

Pell City Fireworks on the Lake

Where: Lakeside Park (Logan Martin Lake)

Cost: Free

Firework show: Shortly after sunset

ASHVILLE

Tunes Around Town Music Festival

Where: Court St., 35953

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