The City of Airdrie's fireworks display will be launched from Chinook Winds Regional Park on the traditional territory of Treaty 7. We acknowledge this land as the traditional home of the Blackfoot Nations, including the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainnai, the Tsuut’ina Nation and Stoney-Nakoda Nations, and the People of Metis Region 3.
We are lighting up the Airdrie sky with Canada Day Fireworks.
July 1, 2021
10:45 p.m. (dusk)
View the fireworks from various points around Airdrie!
The fireworks will be stationed at a high point in Chinook Winds Park making them visible in the sky from many places around Airdrie.
Use the viewing area map to plan your spot with a view of the fireworks (your own backyard, along our pathways, or a spot in one of our public parks).
*In the event of severe weather, including high winds, rain, hail, thunder, lightning or snow - the event will be cancelled. Fireworks viewing is also dependent on specific locations for viewing including higher or lower spots and/or placement to tall buildings in your line of sight.
Partial Chinook Winds Park Closures on July 1, 2021
Chinook Winds Skate Park, spray park and upper parking lot will close at 7 p.m. These areas fall within the fireworks fallout zone and are closed to ensure public safety.
The beach volleyball courts will be closed for the duration of the day to accommodate fireworks set up.
Chinook Winds Drive will have limited access to local traffic starting at 8:30 p.m.
Public health restrictions
The Province announced on June 18, 2021 that beginning July 1, 2021 Alberta would enter Stage 3 of the Alberta’s Open for Summer Plan. As there may still be restrictions in effect, residents are encouraged to stay up-to-date on public health measures at alberta.ca.
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