Coastal Mississippi is the perfect backdrop for your Independence Day festivities! Plan your trip to the region by choosing from a wonderful lineup of experiences dotting our 62 miles of coastline.
Billed as the largest family-friendly fishing rodeo in the world, this event includes fun for young and old. Contestants fish the Gulf waters for days, competing for cash and prizes in 30 categories of both saltwater and freshwater fish. In previous years, records for tuna, shark and flounder have been broken at the Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo.
Our Lady of the Gulf Crab Festival
Featuring local cuisine, live music, hundreds of arts vendors, rides, raffles, crab races, and much more! Food items include boiled crab and shrimp, shrimp and catfish po-boys, gumbo, crab stuffed potatoes and biscuits, and plenty of other mouth-watering delights.
Biloxi Shuckers Fireworks Display
The scheduled game against the Mobile Baybears begins at 6:35, and the postgame fireworks show promises to be epic. It's also bring your pup to the ballpark night! Purchase a $7 Berm ticket to bring your dog out to the game and participate in a pregame dog parade.
Hop on a historic Biloxi Schooner, named the White-Winged Queens for their beauty, to watch fireworks over the Mississippi Sound!
Destination Waveland Independence Day Celebration
Festivities begin at 8 a.m. and include a sand-sculpting contest, live music and delectable food choices throughout the day, with a fireworks show to end the evening!
Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort and IP Casino Resort Joint Fireworks Spectacular
For its fourth consecutive year, the Scarlet Pearl and IP Casinos will present a fireworks display over Biloxi's Back Bay on July 6. The 9:00 pm show will be free and can be seen from both casino properties. The community is encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets!
From Pascagoula to Waveland and everywhere in between, view fireworks along sweeping views of the Mississippi Sound.