4th On Flagler Celebrations Returning to West Palm Beach This Year
One of South Florida’s most popular Independence Day celebrations, the 4th on Flagler is returning to in person celebrations after last year’s celebrations were held virtually. West Palm Beach City officials announced yesterday the popular Palm Beach County event is returning and fireworks will light up the sky to celebrate Independence Day on Sunday, July 4th.
This 4th of July head down to downtown West Palm Beach for a grand firework display and the holiday celebrations. The 4th on Flagler will feature refreshments, live entertainment, the inaugural Bill Bone 5K, a patriotic salute, a car show, and a spectacular fireworks display over the intracoastal just after 9 pm to finish the night.
South Florida is not the only place that is getting ready to light off the fireworks to celebrate. As restrictions around the country are being lifted, several other large gatherings and events will be taking place in person this year. The White House recently announced that The National Mall in Washington, DC will continue their tradition and will be open for everyone to attend the spectacular 4th of July celebrations. Walt Disney World in Orlando announced yesterday that their nightly fireworks display ‘Happily Ever After’ will resume July 1st, just in time to celebrate America’s birthday.
Other 4th of July Events Happening in our area include:
Independence Day Celebration “Ignite the Night”: Greenacres
Fourth of July Festival: Stuart
Independence Day Picnic: Hobe Sound
Baseball and Fireworks at the Roger Dean Stadium: Jupiter
Fabulous Fourth: Boca Raton
Red, White, and Blue with a Waterfront View: Boynton Beach
4th of July Celebrations at the North Palm Beach Country Club: North Palm Beach
Wellington’s 4th of July Celebrations: Wellington