Draper, along with the cities of Herriman, Riverton and South Jordan will be hosting the Frontline Salute, a multi-city firework show on Saturday, May 30 at 10 p.m. to salute those who are serving on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents are encouraged to stay home to watch the fireworks. #StayHomeLookUp
Possible High Winds Affecting Fireworks Show
The city is closely watching the weather forecast for Saturday, which may have a chance of high winds that would affect the safety of this event. If there are bad weather conditions, Draper City will either delay or cancel shooting off fireworks from their location. Check draper.ut.us and Draper City’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram on the day of the event for the latest updates. More info: https://frontlinesalute.com/
Draper City Park Closed All Day May 30
The Draper City Park will be closed all day on Saturday, May 30, to prepare for the Frontline Salute fireworks show that evening. Viewing is NOT permitted at the park.