Brian Head cancels 4th of July fireworks show

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BRIAN HEAD (News4Utah)- For many, the 4th of July fireworks at Brian Head are tradition, but unfortunately spectators will have to look elsewhere this year.

The Brian Head Town Council unanimously accepted the recommendation of the Fire Marshal to cancel the town’s 4th of July fireworks for 2018 due to extreme fire conditions and near record low moisture.

All other town celebrations will continue as planned, including live music at Brian Head Resort and the Arts & Crafts Fair in the town center. 

In addition to canceling the fireworks show, the town continues to be under fire restrictions which include a ban on all fireworks and campfires outside of an approved campfire ring with a running source. 

Visit www.brianhead.com/summer/events/ for more on the 4th of July events at Brian Head.

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