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Fun Spot America’s July 3 fireworks show will be ‘HUGE!’

by Susan and Simon Veness

Fun Spot America’s July 3 fireworks show trades in on their famous tagline, “It’s HUGE!” And, in celebration of Independence Day, it’s also free!

Fun Spot America fireworks

Fun Spot America parks in Kissimmee, Orlando, and Atlanta will launch spectacular fireworks displays on July 3, in honor of the Fourth of July, along with new dining options and retro-inspired photo-ops. CEO John Arie Jr. says, “We’re excited to offer a free fireworks show at each of our three park locations this holiday weekend, at 9 p.m. on Saturday, July 3rd.”

Prior to the dazzling night-time displays, visitors can enjoy Fun Spot’s rides and attractions with the purchase of a wristband, while indulging in specialty foods and beverages to celebrate the holiday. The Kissimmee location will offer a throwback Double Layered Funnel Cake filled with cheesecake spread and strawberries, while the Orlando venue serves up Sbarro Pizza and newcomer to the park Johnny Rocket’s all-time classic burger and shake combo.

Fun Spot has teamed up with neighboring Old Town to present the Kissimmee event. Thearon Scurlock, vice president and general manager of Old Town, says, “We’re excited to partner with Fun Spot America Kissimmee for the third of July celebration. Providing family friendly entertainment that can be enjoyed by the entire family is what makes Old Town and Fun Spot the area’s premier entertainment parks, and this year’s celebration will be bigger and better than ever before.”

The festivities begin at 2 p.m. in Old Town, and guests in both Kissimmee parks can view Fun Spot’s fireworks starting at 9 p.m.

Orlando and Atlanta’s parks will also launch their 3rd of July fireworks spectaculars at 9 p.m.

All three parks will open at 10 a,m. on July 3. Old Town opens at 11 a.m., featuring its weekly Saturday Classic Car Show & Cruise, plus live music, all included in admission.

For more information, visit Fun-Spot.com.

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