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Frequently Asked Questions
Parade Down Parkway
Event Time & Route
Monday, July 4
The Celebrate Coppell: Parade Down Parkway begins at Samuel Blvd. and Sandy Lake Rd., travels north on Samuel to Parkway Blvd., then heads west to Town Center. Intersections along the parade route will be closed prior to the approaching parade and remain closed until all entries have passed.
Parking is available at Town Center and The CORE. Spectators are encouraged to walk along our trails and sidewalks to find a viewing location.
Parade spectators may find a spot to watch the parade anywhere along the 1.5-mile route. To ensure a safe and enjoyable parade experience for all, spectators are asked to avoid standing/sitting in medians along the route.
Pets are welcome to join families to enjoy the parade. All pet owners are asked to keep pets leashed at all times and to pick up after their pets.
Party in the Park
Event Hours & Admission
Saturday, July 2
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Celebrate Coppell is a free event; no admission ticket is required.
Celebrate Coppell takes place outside during the summer. Take precautions to keep you and your family hydrated and safe from the sun. This is a rain or shine event. Music acts may be postponed due to inclement weather but will not be rescheduled for another day.
Free parking is located throughout the city. Accessible parking is available at Andrew Brown Park East, 260 E. Parkway Blvd. Guest drop-off is available at The CORE, 234 E. Parkway Blvd.
The fireworks show will start at dusk (around 9:30 pm).
Fireworks are launched from the east side of the park, across the lake from the event.
- Strollers, wagons, wheelchairs, and other mobility aids
- Blankets and collapsible lawn chairs
- Bags and backpacks (may be subject to search by law enforcement)
- Sunscreen and bug spray
- Soft-sided coolers
- Large, hard-sided coolers
- Pop-up tents, and other large items that may inhibit views
- Personal golf carts and other unauthorized vehicles
All event attendees must also comply with posted park rules.
Due to the nature of the event, it is recommended that you leave any non-service animal at home. High temperatures and loud fireworks cause high levels of anxiety and stress for dogs. If you decide to bring your dog, they must remain on a leash at all times, and owners are required to pick up pet waste.
Food and Beverage
A variety of food and beverages will be available for purchase from food trucks. Vendors accept cash and all major credit cards.
Safety & Security
The City of Coppell Police Department will provide on-site security and monitor the park grounds throughout the event. Please keep personal belongings with you at all times.
Should you and your child become separated during the event, our Lost Child station will be located at the First Aid truck on the west side of the lawn.
Video surveillance cameras are used throughout Andrew Brown Park. Celebrate Coppell will have photographers on-site taking photos of the event. Attendees may appear in future event marketing.