4th of July Celebrations in Palm Beach County

Ali Kane
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Here are the best 4th of July Celebrations happening this year in Palm Beach County.

The Fabulous Fourth Celebration in Boca Raton: The event starts at 6:30 pm with kid-friendly games, food, drinks, carnival rides, live music, entertainment, and activities on Thursday night at the Spanish River Athletics Complex. A massive firework display will end the night. The family friendly event is free and there will be a free shuttle service to and from the parking areas.

The 12th Annual 4th of July Celebration in Boca Raton: The West Boca Community Council and the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department have teamed up to present the 12th Annual 4th of July Celebration. The celebration will be held at the Sunset Cove Amphitheater in the Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park. The free family friendly event will feature an interactive kid’s zone, concessions stands, games and prizes, live music and of course fireworks to end the night. Gates open at 5:30 pm and all are welcomed to attend.

July 4th Celebration in Delray Beach: Delray Beach will host their celebration with their annual sand sculpting contest, beer garden, water activities, fireworks and family fun. Live music will begin at 5:30 pm and their will also be a flag raising and other flag related events during the night. Fireworks will begin at 9 pm.

4th of July Block Party in Downtown Abacoa: Downtown Abacoa will transform into the ultimate block party filled with family activities, a Kenny Chesney cover band, food, drinks and much more. The block party will end around 7pm and fireworks will follow.

4th of July Mega Bash at the Roger Dean Stadium: The Mega Bash is happening for two nights, July 3rd and July 4th at the Roger Dean Stadium. On Wednesday, come and see the Palm Beach Cardinals take on the Lakeland Flying Tigers at 6:30 pm. The game will be followed by fireworks. On Thursday, Come and watch the Jupiter Hammerheads take on the Charlotte Stone Crabs at 6:30 pm followed by a firework display after the game. Food and drinks will be available to purchase throughout the stadium and tickets can be purchased online.

Fourth on Flagler: The City of West Palm Beach hosts their 4th of July celebration on the waterfront on Flagler Drive. This is the largest free Independence Day celebration in all of South Florida. The popular event starts at 5 pm until 10 pm with fun activities, live music and entertainment, great food and drinks, and to finish off the night an 18 minutes firework extravaganza over the Intracoastal at 9 pm.

North Palm Beach Country Club: The Village’s Fourth of July Firework display is back this year after a year hiatus due to the North Palm Beach Country Club renovations. The construction is still ongoing at the Country Club but will be put on hold for the event. The event begins at 6 pm on Thursday and will include Food Trucks, live music and entertainment, games, races and of course a 25 minute firework show starting around 9 pm. For more information, click here.

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