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Firecracker Fandango

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Event# 432-335-4682

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Independence Day Parade, sponsored by the Odessa Jaycees, Parade starts 10 a.m. from Odessa College parking lot. Fandango at 4th & Lee Streets, 6 p.m.-midnight with games, food, family fun, culminating at 10:00 pm in the biggest aerial fireworks display in West Texas. Sponsored by Main Street Odessa.

Firecracker Fandango


Phone : 432-335-4682   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $4 per person, Children under 5 free

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