Organizations throughout Troy are offering a variety of events and entertainment this Independence Day! Details for the parade, concert at Treasure Island Park, and fireworks scheduled for July 4, 2021 are below.
PARADE: This year’s July 4th parade will start at 4:00 p.m. The parade will form in the Hobart Arena parking lot, and follow the route of:
- Staunton Road to North Market Street
- North Market Street to West Main Street
- West Main Street to Monroe Street
The City of Troy is grateful to the officers and volunteers of the Miami Valley Veterans Museum for all their efforts in organizing this parade.
CONCERT AND FOOD TRUCKS AT TREASURE ISLAND: At 7:30 p.m., a concert by Rick K. Road Trip, featuring high-energy rock songs from the 60s, 70s, 80s and today will be a part of the City’s July 4th event, presented by the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Troy.
Several local food trucks will be selling tacos, ice cream, shaved ice, burgers and more on-site at Treasure Island Park. Food service will start at 5:30 p.m.
The parking lot at Treasure Island will be open for handicap and boat parking only. Parking will be available at Hobart Arena and the north side of the Kettering Health parking lot. Look for posted signage.
FIREWORKS: The annual fireworks display will start at approximately 10:00 p.m. The City greatly appreciates the funding assistance of The Troy Foundation and the Concord Township Trustees.
North Market Street will be closed from Water Street to Staunton Road from 9:00 p.m. until the fireworks are over and the crowd has dispersed (approximately 10:45 p.m.). The bike path will be closed east from the Senior Citizens Center and at Rutherford Drive starting at noon on July 4.
The Market Street Bridge, both sides and the top of the levee, and the seating area at the North Market Street ballfield are all excellent locations to see the fireworks.