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Every year families across the country gather together to watch fireworks light up the night sky in honor of our nation’s birth. North Carolina has an incredible fireworks selection throughout the state, complimented by fun family festivities to enjoy before the show. LawnAmerica has picked out some of the best places to go and celebrate Independence Day!


Bryson City Freedom Fest

When: July 4, 2017

Where: Downtown Bryson City, NC

Start celebrating Independence Day with a 5k run in downtown Bryson City at Freedom Fest. Afterwards, enjoy live music, food, crafts and a watermelon eating contest. The best fireworks show in the Smokies starts at 10PM.


July 4th Freedom Festival

When: July 4, 2017

Where: Forest City Owls Stadium, Forest City, NC

Celebrate the 4th during Forest City Freedom Festival. Watch the parade, compete in the pie eating contest, sack races and of course watch the fireworks light up the Forest City sky!


Red White and Boom  

When: July 3, 2017

Where: Old Town Rock Hill, SC

Looking to celebrate the 4th of July a day early? Look no further than Old Town Rock Hill’s Red White and Boom. Starting at 5:30PM watch live performances from RadioJacks and The Legacy Motown Revue, enjoy food trucks and an ice cream eating contest. After a day of fun activities, gather around and watch the fireworks blast off at 10PM.


SkyShow 2017

When: July 4, 2017

Where: BB&T Ballpark, Charlotte, NC

Get the family together and head to SkyShow 2017 at BB&T Ballpark to watch Team USA play against Team Cuba. Before the game, stop by the SkyShow Street party so you can listen to live music from 3-9PM. If you want to see the fireworks, but don’t plan on going to the game, you’re in luck! Just head to Romare Bearden Park, directly across from Mint street.


Birkdale Village’s 4th of July Celebration

When: July 4, 2017

Where: Birkdale Village, Huntersville, NC

Birkdale Village’s 4th of July Celebration with entertainment for all, a bike parade, and a water fight courtesy of the fire department. Admission is free and takes place from 10AM to 1PM.


Gather the family and celebrate our independence!

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