Fourth of July is right around the corner, so we decided to take a look at how the rest of the country likes to party to celebrate our independence. Take a look at why these cities have the best Fourth of July celebrations in the US.
Bristol, Rhode Island
Dating all the way back to 1785, the Fourth of July celebration in Bristol, Rhode Island actually starts on Flag Day, June 14th, and ends with a 2.5 mile parade. Throughout the two and a half weeks, Bristol hosts numerous concerts, parades, and dances to honor the United States.
What better way to celebrate our independence than a fireworks show at the nation’s capitol? With one of the biggest fireworks showcase in the entire United States, Washington D.C. is by far and away one of the coolest places to celebrate the Fourth of July. You can even book a boat cruise on the Potomac River for a spectacular view of the show.
Philly throws it down on the Fourth of July with the “Largest Free Concert In America,” which features acts including Philadelphia-born The Roots, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Hudson, and many more. People will pack inon the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to enjoy food, activities, and much more.
If you’re looking for some of the best American cookouts, look no further than Nashville, Tennessee. Home to some of the best BBQ, fireworks, and music in the United States, Nashville is also a host to one of the biggest fireworks display on the Fourth of July.
New York, New York
New York is obviously one of the coolest places to party in general, but the Fourth of July celebrations in New York take the celebrations to a whole new level. The fireworks display can be seen across the entire sky in the city and people party in the streets like there’s no tomorrow. ‘MERICA
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