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Boston 4th Of July Celebration
Boston is where the fight for American liberty began so you can be sure you'll find plenty of patriotic festivities taking place around the city in celebration of Independence Day!
Boston Harborfest is a week long Independence Day celebration that embraces Boston's history. Running from June 29th - July 4th, there are hundreds of events taking place in Boston's historic downtown and waterfront district. Each day is highlighted by a different main event: Opening Ceremonies take place in the West End of Fanueuil Hall Marketplace, Children's Day with entertaining and educational activities, Party on the Plaza on the North Stage, City Hall Plaza, with a funky 70's disco themed show, The Extreme Sailing Series at Fan Pier with up to eight races daily, the Redcoats are Coming is a reenactment of soldiers arriving by sea at Long Wharf and marching to the Boston Common. Chowderfest, where Boston restaurants vie for the title of best local chowder, is also a part of this event. Boston Harborfest full schedule of events.
The Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, July 3rd and 4th, is known as the premier Independence Day celebration in the nation. Each year hundreds of thousands of people come from all over the country to the banks of the Charles River to celebrate America’s birthday. Concerts on both days feature Conductor Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra along with special guests in the historic Hatch Shell. Come early for a chance to get into the oval or just find yourself a great spot on the Boston Esplanade or along the Cambridge side of the Charles River to view the firework display and hear the concert. Boston Pops Fireworks Specatacular schedule of events.
Plan to spend time here in Boston enjoying these special patriotic events!
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