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4th of July Celebrations in South Florida 2020

Palm Beach County

Independence Rock FestivalSaturday, July 4, 12pm-11pm – The Fish Depot Bar & Grille, 511 NE 4th St, Boynton Beach

Join the best Fourth of July event in the Palm Beaches! Enjoy free music, free American BBQ, and free fireworks! Featuring: The Mason Pace Band, Twisted Roots, Beautiful Disaster, Relentless Band, 59ShopBand , Ticket to Ryde, School of Rock, Nico Avella, Prosthetic Minds, Mentalist Mike Mooney, Sista Marybeth, DJ Jitta, The Summit, Tales from the Hive, Jason Ross & more to be announced!

Broward County

Saturday, July 4, 9am – City of Plantation Neighborhoods

The City of Plantation presents, Plantation Strong, an Independence Day celebration where families can celebrate from the safety of their home and work together as a community to fight the pandemic. At 9 p.m., the city will hold a virtual livestreamed fireworks show from an undisclosed location. Fireworks will be enhanced to improve viewing from home. Residents can also watch on the city’s Facebook page.


Coral Springs 4th of July Parade

Saturday, July 4, 10am-2pm – Coral Springs Neighborhoods

The City of Coral Springs invites its residents and businesses to enjoy our Fourth of July Parade from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in honor of our country’s independence. This year due to COVID-19, we will not be hosting a Fourth of July Celebration at Mullins Park. Instead, festively decorated city vehicles representing each department will visit Coral Springs communities. Remember to wave your flags and practice social distancing.

Fort Lauderdale’s July 4th Celebration to Feature Fireworks Around the CitySaturday, July 4, 9pm, Fort Lauderdale Neighborhoods

Get ready for fireworks shows that neighbors can enjoy from the comfort of home as the City of Fort Lauderdale presents its annual 4th of July Spectacular! This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, Fort Lauderdale’s Independence Day Celebration will feature fireworks shows in four areas of the City:  Holiday Park, U.S. 1 and Sunrise Boulevard (18-minute show); City Hall, Andrews Avenue and NE 1 Street (18-minute show); Carter Park, Sunrise Boulevard and NW 16 Avenue (18-minute show); and the Beach Community Center, A1A and Oakland Park Boulevard (10-minute close proximity show).

Neighbors are encouraged to enjoy the fireworks shows beginning at 9:00 p.m. from their backyards, front porches, patios, balconies or virtually on YouTube and FLTV. The shows will not be open to spectators and no pedestrians or vehicles will be allowed access to the areas where the shows are located.

Miami-Dade County

City of Miami Gardens Drive-In Firework 4th of July CelebrationSaturday, July 4, 7:45pm-10pm – Hard Rock Stadium, 347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens

City of Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert and Vice Mayor Rodney Harris will host a Fourth of July drive-in at Hard Rock Stadium. Attendees must remain in their cars for the duration of the event. The gates open at 7:45 p.m. and fireworks start at 9:15 p.m.


Saturday, July 4, 9pm-9:30pm – Online

The Town of Miami Lakes and its Cultural Affairs Committee will be hosting its 16th annual Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration. They will launch fireworks from two locations, including Graham Dairy Lake and Miami Lakes Optimist Park, for residents to watch from home. They can also watch the live-stream on the city’s Facebook page.


City of Doral ‎Independence Day Fireworks DisplaySaturday, July 4, 9:20pm-10pm – Online

City of Doral will have a fireworks display for the public to see virtually or by viewing the fireworks from their yard or balcony. Tune in for a 20-minute live streamed display on the city’s Facebook page. This year, there will be an additional 10-minute firework display at 9:20PM near the Midtown Doral area that will not be live streamed.


Miami Beach Virtual Fourth of JulySaturday, July 4, 9pm-9:30pm – Online

Miami Beach will have a virtual fireworks display paired with music by the New World Symphony. People can tune in starting at 9 p.m. on the city’s Facebook page.


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