Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA
Celebrate your independence at one of the country’s favorite musical landmarks… The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California! Not only will you be mesmerized by one of the most visually impressive pyrotechnic performances in the world, but you will be blasted by the hits of The Go-Go’s and taken over by classics performed by the world-renowned L.A. Philharmonic!
Circle Line Fourth of July Evening Cruise –New York, NY
Enjoy an open bar and an all-you-can-eat buffet on the Circle Line Fourth of July Evening Cruise on the Hudson River. The stunning vistas of ‘The Big Apple’ will take your breath way, and the live DJ will keep your heart pumping. This 5-hour cruise is topped off with an incomparable view of the famous Macy’s Fireworks Show over the Statue of Liberty!
River Street Fourth of July Celebration – Savannah, GA
Bring the entire family out for games, activities, BBQ, and some of the best southern-style seafood in the country. Arrive early with your chairs and blanket, and set up shop for an impressive fireworks show on the banks of the Savannah River!
Freedom Over Texas – Houston, TX
Don’t miss the country’s largest land-based fireworks show. The annual Freedom Over Texas: Fourth of July celebration boasts an incredible lineup featuring live music from Chris Young, The Mavericks, Cupid, and many more!
Party On The Parkway – Philadelphia, PA
Why not celebrate your independence where it all started? Party on the Parkway all day with fun activities for the entire family! Top it off with a free performance from multi-platinum artist Pitbull before the city really shifts into overdrive with a fireworks display of epic proportions at 9PM!
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