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(KSL News) The Fourth of July means parades, concerts and fireworks displays. For some it also means camping.
An Independence Day favorite is the annual "Stadium of Fire." Tickets cost from $25 to $120. Brooks and Dunn are the musical main event! The annual event kicks off at 8:00 p.m. at LaVell Edwards Stadium.
There are other Fourth of July festivities around the state. For a list, go to the related links on the right. Campgrounds on the six National Forests throughout Utah are expected to be very busy over the 4th of July. You can make reservations for a Forest Service campground unit by calling toll free 1-877-444-6777. Most campgrounds do have first-come-first serve areas, but they fill up quickly on holidays.
Special precautions must be taken when using campfires in the National Forests in Utah. For more information on that, go to the link on the right.