The Fourth of July holiday is packed with exciting activities in the community to enjoy.
Some modifications have been made to the event.
This year, Fourth on Flagler is back on the West Palm Beach Waterfront.
Last year, the coronavirus put a damper on the traditional celebration and concession were made to fire off two separate fireworks shows from undisclosed locations in order to keep people from gathering together.
“Just so excited to be back in this great venue with our patriotic celebration on one of our country’s most important days,” said Mary Pinak Community Events manager for the City of West Palm Beach.
The city is making sure that everyone is spread out in a safe distance from each other, there will be food, and drinks available for purchase, live music and more.
Supercar Week will host “Drive-In 4th,” an all makes and car show along Flagler.
“Fourth on Flagler” is a free event.
It’s a super fun time for the kids and family.
Sunday, July 4 from 7 p.m.-10 p.m.
Fireworks start around 9:10pm.
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