Free fireworks with the philharmonic at the fountain on the Fourth.
Sounds fun? You bet. But watch for traffic as well as road closures, detour signs, police and parking assistants.
The city's Fireworks at the Fountain in downtown's Lake Eola Park draws more than 100,000 people each year, so traffic will be a problem on Friday in Orlando.
Check here for details about today's parking and traffic issue for the popular event.
On Friday, roads around Lake Eola will be closed.
The road closures start as early as 7 a.m. Friday.
Entertainment begins at 4 p.m.
The Orlando Concert Band begins playing at 7:30 p.m.
And, for the first time, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra will provide accompaniment to the city's fireworks show.
Fireworks are at 9:10 p.m.
Admission is free; food and drinks are available for purchase.
Joining with the Orlando Concert Band — who provide extra brass and percussion oomph — means there will be 91 musicians onstage.
Among the selections: Rodgers and Hammerstein favorites, patriotic staples such as "God Bless America" and the famed War of 1812 overture.
Marina Jurica of WFTV-Channel 9 will sing the national anthem, and vocalists Natalie Cordone and Shawn Kilgore will also perform.
Cordone will sing "Let it Go" from Disney's "Frozen."
The City of Orlando is urging downtown residents to use the free Lymmo circulator.
Handicapped parking will be available on Rosalind Avenue between Jackson Street and Central Boulevard. Show police at the road closure your handicapped designation for parking.
Don't bring tents, grills, alcohol and sparklers, and any other kind of fireworks. They are prohibited.
Pedicab pickup will be in two designated areas: Eola Drive and Robinson Street, and Palmetto Avenue and Washington Street.
Orlando's show is one of the largest in the region. Check out a list of other events in Central Florida here.