Lawton’s “Freedom Festival”, Fort Sill returns in 2022!

The 2022 Lawton, Fort Sill “Freedom Day” has been announced! This year it will be a 2 day Independence Day celebration at Elmer Thomas Park 501 NW Ferris Ave. on friday july 1st and Saturday July 2 (04-01-22 & 04-02-22). It’s going to be an all-American, red, white and blue, star-studded good time guaranteed!

Here’s the best part IT’S FREE! That’s right, it’s completely free, there’s no charge to enter or park, just step out and enjoy two full days of 4th of July activities at the park. Complete with food trucks, vendors, bouncy houses, zip line, fun family games, street performers, the “Let Freedom Ring” parade, live music, and of course it wouldn’t be the fourth without FIREWORKS! Get ready to celebrate your independence with a BANG!

The fireworks at Lawton, Fort Sill’s “Freedom Day” will be one of the greatest in Southwest Oklahoma and choreographed to music! Looking forward to this and the concerts planned for Saturday (04-02-22). We will see the Band of the 77th Army live and Emilie Faith will headline the Amphitheater Stage that night. – Lawton Fort Sill Freedom Festival – Lawton Fort Sill Freedom Festival

For all the details and the list of daily activities visit the official Lawton Freedom Festival Facebook page, Fort Sill. You can bring garden chairs, blankets, umbrellas and pop-up tents. Don’t forget sunscreen and insects repellent and you can also take out your picnic baskets. Alcohol, drones, pets, or personal fireworks are not permitted. The retractable tents must be dismantled before the fireworks around 8:00 p.m.

A BIG THANK YOU to the Freedom Festival Committee, Lawton City Council, the City of Lawton Arts and Humanities Division and all of the City of Lawton staff and volunteers who make it all possible. ALSO A BIG THANK YOU to all of this year’s sponsors: Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce Convention and Visitors Bureau, Arvest Bank, Great Plains AMBUCS, Pam & Barry’s Team at RE/MAX, BancFirst, Fort Sill Credit Union and Liberty National Bank. Thank you to all the organizers, sponsors and volunteers.

If you would like to get involved or volunteer at this year’s festival contact City of Lawton Neighborhood Services Supervisor Corey Bowen at [email protected] or by phone (580)-581-3592. For more information about the 2022 Lawton, Fort Sill ‘Freedom Festival’, contact the City of Lawton Arts and Humanities Division at (580)-581-3470 Where (580)-581-3471 or visit the City of Lawton website at

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