It’s time to celebrate Independence Day the Mansfield way with Mansfield Rocks.
The fun begins at 6 p.m. July 3 at Big League Dreams and Hawaiian Falls.
The family-favorite tradition features live music, children’s activities, games, swimming, a water slide, and the world-famous fireworks show.
Guests can play games and activities at Big League Dreams and beat the heat at Hawaiian Falls by jumping into the wave pool or riding the whirlpool water slide.
Food and drink will be on sale throughout the event. Please no coolers or grills.
Both parks will have jaw-dropping views of one of the best fireworks shows in North Texas. Attendees can bring lawn chairs and blankets.
This is the second year that tickets are required for admission. This change allows for a more curated, memory-making experience. Limited tickets are $20 and include parking and admission to both parks for everyone in your vehicle. Tickets are available at MansfieldRocks.com.
Big League Dreams will feature music from The Rich Girls, a Hall & Oates cover band that also plays the music of Prince and other '80s hits.
Real Country radio station Hank FM will be on-site playing tunes at Hawaiian Falls.
All ticket holders will park on site at the Big League Dreams/Hawaiian Falls lot, 500 Heritage Parkway. Mansfield Police Department will be on hand to direct traffic.
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