July 4, 2018

8:00 – 10:00am

Silverton, Colorado 4th of July Fun Run

Memorial Park – Silverton, Colorado

2K, 5K, and 10K Fun Run to benefit the Silverton Youth Center.

July 4, 2018

10:30am – 12:00pm

4th of July Parade 

 Greene and Blaire Streets

The Silverton, Colorado 4th of July parade is an awesome way to get out and enjoy the celebrations.  Dozens of floats, motorcycles, ATVs and more will make their way from Memorial Park, over to Blair Street where it travels 6 blocks before making a right on 9th and then heading back up to the park via Greene St.   The parade culminates in a giant water fight between the fire department and the local kids.  P.S. The S.V.F.D. usually wins.


July 4, 2018

12:00 – 4:00pm

Carnival in the Park 

Memorial Park – Silverton, Colorado

Silverton 4th of July Carnival in the Park and the Silverton Brass Band Concert!

There will be a Bouncy House, Human Hamster Balls, Last Frontier Wild West Village Carnival, Food Drinks, and more.


July 4, 2018

2:00 – 3:00pm

Duck Derby! 

Cement Creek – Silverton, Colorado

Get Ready For The BIG Race!   We drop 100s of little rubber duckies into Cement Creek and if yours finishes first you win a prize, fame, and serious bragging rights!  Sponsored by the Silverton Chamber of Commerce.


July 4, 2018

6:00 – 10:00pm

Greene Street 4th of July Block Party 

 Greene st and 12th, Silverton

There will be food, drink, live music and other stage acts.

July 4, 2018

Fireworks are postponed due to fire risk.  They will be shot off when the conditions are right so follow us on Facebook for more information.  

S.V.F.D. Fireworks!!! 

 Anvil Mountain

The Fireworks are back under the management of the Silverton Volunteer Fire Department and we’re expecting another fantastic show this year.   The fireworks are set off near the Shrine of the Mines on Anvil Mountain.   This display is widely considered one of the Best in the West.  The highlight of the day!


    • The fireworks have been postponed. Silverton is currently under stage 2 fire restrictions in response to the 35,000 acre 416 fire north of Durango. All other events are planned as scheduled but the fireworks will be postponed until the rains come.


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