Looking for Something Fun to Do this Fourth of July?
Join Philadelphia in “Welcoming America” for their Fourth of July Festival
Independence National Historical Park will have a screening of “Rocky” this Wednesday Evening just outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art. WaWa will Be Providing a 4 ½ ton Hoagie.
A Chinatown block party and open-air market of food and crafts — followed by the second of the festival’s fireworks shows on the Delaware River — will take place Saturday, and Peter Nero and the Philly Pops perform a free concert at Independence Hall on July 3.
Fourth of July events begin with a ceremony at Independence Hall, featuring music and a reading of excerpts from the Declaration of Independence. After the ceremony, stick around for the HUGE Parade with more than 4,000 participants.
A daylong party on Benjamin Franklin Parkway starts at noon with live music. Hometown favorites The Roots, four-time Grammy winners, will headline the July 4 concert on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway with a fireworks show over the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Also Playing, Earth Wind and Fire, Michael McDonald, Sara Bareilles, Estelle and DJ Jazzy Jeff.
This is a Free Event You WON’T Want to Miss.