Pop Goes the Fort
Celebrate Fourth of July at Fort Bliss!
This annual event is held each year with live entertainment, food trucks, glow merch and of course a spectacular fireworks display sponsored by USAA!
This year's entertainment is performed by the 1st Armored Division Band and the El Paso Symphony Orchestra!
Patrons are able to bring their own canopies to stay cool, but will be set up in a designated area, so that it does not disrupt the view for others.
**When the area is filled, canopies will no longer be allowed into the park.**
Coolers, picnic blankets and chairs are welcome!
**Please remember outside alcoholic beverages, glass containers or pets are prohibited at the park.**
Community Access Pass:
If you have Family visiting from out of town who want to attend the 4th of July celebration at Fort Bliss and need a pass to get on post — Go get your Community Access Pass!! But this isn’t just for Military Families, it’s for all families to enjoy! Don’t wait, get them as soon as you can! Lines could be long, the day of the event. To find out more, click here.
Parents, children ages 10 and younger need a wrist bracelet to enter Biggs Park.
The wrist bracelet is for the safety of a child who may become lost at the Pop Goes the Fort event. Biggs Park is a huge area and can easily be overwhelming for young kids who can’t remember where they left their parents. This bracelet will help them find their lost parent.
Special Events will be handing out wrist bracelets:
- Saturday, June 17 from 11AM - 2PM at Aquapalooza!
- Thursday, June 29 from 11AM - 1PM // Freedom Crossing
- Friday, June 30 from 4 - 6PM // Freedom Crossing
Wrist Bracelet can also be picked up at Biggs Park during regular business hours. Bracelets will be handed out the day of the event as well.
Free to attend!
Hours:Monday10:00am-8:00pmTuesday10:00am-8:00pmWednesday10:00am-8:00pmThursday10:00am-8:00pmFriday10:00am-8:00pmSaturday10:00am-8:00pmSunday10:00am-8:00pmThanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's DayClosed