June 2023 … 

Olde Glory Days will be a patriotic spectacle with fireworks, parade


Missouri’s largest downtown square will be the destination for a fun-filled Fourth of July when Olde Glory Days returns to Clinton.
The celebration, slated for June 27-July 2, has taken place in Clinton since 1994. A display of pomp and pageantry, the event promises to feature plenty of family fun.

The festivities kick off with a dinner for veterans June 27 at the Elks Lodge; most of the events take place on June 30 and July 1, with live music throughout the day, children’s activities, a carnival complete with rides, and drawings for money and prizes. A parade will weave its way through the downtown area on July 1, too.

Olde Glory Days wraps up with an ice cream social and Gospelfest – a celebration of faith and community through gospel music – on July 2. That evening, celebrate the arrival of July with a bang at a free fireworks show, which begins at 9:30 p.m.

For more information, visit www.clintonmo.com.


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The downtown square of Clinton will be lit up with carnival rides, fireworks, and smiles during the city’s annual Olde Glory Days, June 27-July 2. (Photo courtesy of the City of Clinton)