The Duck Creek Fireworks is the longest running tradition on Grand Lake and it’s the single largest spectator event. The tradition of shooting off fireworks on the fourth of July in Duck Creek is somewhere in the range of a 72 year tradition. Initiated sometime after the end of the Second World War it has grown to what it is today, the largest fireworks show in the state of Oklahoma.
Through the years many additions have been made to the show. The Oklahoma Air National Guard has been participating for over 20 years, honoring us with a tremendous flyby to open the show. The Sea Eagle, with Watson Moyer (deceased) portraying King Cracker, also became a part of our Duck Creek Fireworks fabric.
We now have the participation of the WW II War Birds that provide even more excitement to this tremendous event.
For 2021, we are adding a more extensive Air Show as part of the event with some great aerobatic performers prior to the Fireworks Display.
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