Have you been scrolling through the internet and wondering about the buzz created on 4th of July?
Well, if you have, you have come to the right place to gather information about Fourth of July.
Fourth of July is the day when America celebrated its independence day with stunning fireworks displays around the city.
On 4th of July, lots of hometowns around the U.S. put impressive presentations for America’s big day to next level.
Similarly, Fourth of July is the largest Independence Day events, focusing on family-friendly celebrations, and uniting them.
Usually, 4th of July fireworks events happens in major cities around the U.S. , and yesterday was definitely massive.
From pie contests to orchestral concerts, some cities really flex their entertainment skills on the Fourth of July.
So, next time, when you have some time off work, do not miss the fireworks in Fourth of July.
Hence, in this article, we’ve put together a list of some major cities that add little extra on Fourth of July every year:
Boston is one of the nation’s oldest public Fourth of July celebrating cities in America.
The city’s celebration lasts a week and attracts nearly 3 million visitors every year.
Boston pays tribute to the founding father with a 20 minutes fireworks show. Therefore, music from the Boston pops accompanies the show.
Additionally, to kick of the celebration, there are traditional fighter jet military flyover choreographed to the tune of the “Star Spangled Banner”.
The Nation’s Capital is of course going to have an epic fireworks display, every year on 4th of July.
This year, celebration of America’s Independence Day began with a noontime parade with floats, fife and crops.
Also, military personal and VIPs were marching and rolling along 10 block of Constitution Avenue.
Later, as a prelude to the evening’s more traditional celebration, the federal government sponsored “Salute to America”.
It was held at the Lincoln Memorial which was addressed by the President, Donald Trump.
The Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It’s only natural that America’s first capital is also an epicenter for Fourth of July.
As part of the Wawa Welcome America festival, the city hosts dozens of free events.
The events includes concerts and discounted admissions to more than 20 of the city’s famous museums every year.
Additionally, the city displays around 14 minute, with more than 4,000 shell fireworks which more than 500,000 gawkers views every year.
This year, there were fireworks over the Delaware River on June 29, and another show on July 1.
The live music lineup included: Pitbull and Health Headley on Fourth of July this year.
The epic fireworks takes place at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on America’s Independence Day every year.
Atlanta city and neighboring communities celebrate 4th of July, with several fireworks every year.
There are range of free concerts, exhibitions, family activities and parties taking place in the community parks and other venues.
But what sets Atlanta apart on the 4th of July is the annual AJC Peachtree Road Race which takes place every year.
No America city brings the party quite like New Orleans, and America’s Independence Day celebration.
The highlight of the weekend is the Go 4th on the River extravaganza, where steamboats cruising down the Mighty Mississippi displays fireworks lights up the Big Easy.
New Orleans flaunts its musical DNA at Louis Armstrong Park with a nine-hour free 4th of July concert.
Billed as Essence in the Park, there are impressive list of featured acts performing from two stages.
The celebration includes vendors, a New Orleans style parade and activities for all ages, like it does every year.
Los Angles has more than its share of opportunities for party over the celebration if Fourth of July as America’s Independence Day.
The city celebrates America’s Independence Day with beach parties, parades, and performances throughout the city and nearby venues.
Like always, events ranges from a day-long block party and free fireworks in downtown L.A., to sky-drivers and a parade in Pacific Palisades, to a bodybuilding pageant in Venice Beach.
You might have guessed, Nashville has free music all day on the Fourth of July.
As part of their annual Let Freedom Sing! Celebration, Music City brings out all the instruments of a sonic celebration including performances from dozens of Nashville musicians.
This year, there were performances by Brett Eldredge, Mac McAnally, Jessy Wilson, Dylan Scott, Creature Comfort, and many other bands.
The fireworks display over the Cumberland River to celebrate Independence Day of the U.S.
Though the Fourth is the main event, the entire city celebrates it all weekend long with music and dances.
There are plenty of opportunities to celebrate the Fourth of July in Miami Beach every year.
With pyrotechnics firing from a number of locations like: Key Biscayne, Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove and Ocean Drive, Miami is fun during the Independence Day.
The most popular Fire on the Fourth Festival is celebrated at the North Miami Beach bandshell.
The fireworks is launched over the Atlantic Ocean, following the ultimate family beach day.
Activities are particularly geared toward children and families like bungee jumping, games, food trucks, rock-climbing and crafts like every year on Fourth of July.
In Santa Fe, New Mexico, Fourth of July kicks off with Pancakes on the Plaza, a non-profit event every year.
This event features pancakes, car shows, live music, and local crafts fair along with all the fireworks.
Also, every year, International Folk Art market (IFAM), is held in Santa Fe, which is the world’s largest folk art festival.
The market features over 150 artists from 50 countries showcasing handmade, artisan goods, made traditionally.
The St. Louis Arch is one of America’s most famous landmarks, making it an especially beautiful option for taking in fireworks at Fourth of July.
Each year the city throws a major celebration billed as “America’s Biggest Birthday Party” under the ironic arch.
The event opens all Fourth of July weekend which takes place at Forest Park, the same place where the original World’s Fair took place in 1904.
Fair St. Louis will be releasing 15,000 pounds of fireworks over three nights (July 4, 6, and 7) along with concerts and exhibitions over the festival.