4th of July A’ Mountain Fireworks Postponed

Getty Images / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / Contributor

Getty Images / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / Contributor

LISTEN UP TUCSON! The City of Tucson is postponing the annual 'A' Mountain Fireworks this year.

The celebration was originally scheduled for Saturday, July 4.

The decision comes as the city tries to slow the spread of COVID-19 and crews battle the Bighorn Fire.

“The Mayor and Council and the City Management Team have taken significant measures to protect the community and our employees throughout the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. With the recent large spike in COVID cases and the current administrative order to postpone re-opening our City facilities to August 3, postponing the event at this time is the right decision to ensure that we stay on track slowing the spread and for our planned re-opening. It is our intent to hold the event sometime in the future, when we can all safely come together, to celebrate coming out of this time of crisis and our return to a new normal for our community.”
 - City Manager Michael Ortega.

More information to come! Stay tuned....

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