July 4th Activities

Firework displays and other festive events are taking place all over the city to celebrate the independence of the United States. A few that I came across include:

Presbyterian Hospital July 4th Spectacular
Presbyterian hosts the Center City’s July 4th festivities at Memorial Stadium. You’ll find games, activities, giveaways, health information and a fireworks show. Mascots to appear include: Dr. Getwell, mascot of Presbyterian Hemby Children’s Hospital, Chubby, the Checkers mascot and Rufus, the Bobcats mascot. Entry is free. Activities begin at 6 p.m. Details.

Birkdale Village Celebration and Parade
The Town of Huntersville will have several activities at their celebration to include face painting, a parade and an awards presentation from Mayor Jill Swain. 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Details.

Imperial Session Parade
Bands, floats, patrols, clowns and more in the Imperial Sesssion Parade in Uptown at 2:30p. North Tyron & 9th Streets and will travel south on Tyron, ending at Stonewall St. Details.

Carowinds “Nights of Fire”
The amusement park will put on a fireworks display on July 4 and continue a nightly show through August 12 – weather permitting. Details.

Lake Wylie fireworks display
Catch a Fantastic Fireworks Display at Lake Wylie at approximately 9:45 p.m. by the Buster Boyd Bridge. You can view the show at the The Buster Boyd Bridge Boat Landing, T-Bones on the Lake – outside deck, Rey Azteca deck at Lake Wylie Plaza and Lake Wylie Pizza and Italian Restaurant – on patio at Lake Wylie Plaza. Details.

U.S. National Whitewater Center Coca-Cola Fourth of July Festival (July 3-4)
The Whitewater Center is putting on a two-day July 4th event with live bands and fireworks on each night. As they so considerably do, the event is free! Performances begin at 4 p.m. and fireworks hit the sky when the sun falls. Details.

Town of Harrisburg 4th of July Celebration
Harrisburg will celebrate this event over the course of a few days with a pageant, music, parade, Battle of the Bands and firework displays. Details.

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