Don’t know what to do this year for Independence Day or where to go?

Well, here are a few ideas where you can go this year.


1. Waterford Independence Day Celebration

Sun, July 3rd through Mon, July 4th
Waterford, VA

Waterford two day celebration includes fun for the whole family starting on Sunday at 4:30PM with live music, a potluck dinner, a pie contest, and ending with an amazing fireworks show. On Monday the celebration continues with a parade at 10AM and continues with Hot Dogs, Music, and Games at the Bond Street Tanyard ending at 1PM. To find out more about all the festivities, click here!


2. Where to celebrate the 4th of July in Fairfax County

Fri, July 1 – Tues, July 5th
Fairfax, VA

If you are looking for something to do for the entire 4th of July weekend starting with Friday, July 1st, then you need to take a look at Fairfax County. There are multiple parades and fireworks shows throughout the weekend and other festivities. Take a look at all the events here!


3. For the animal lovers, join Claude Moore Park’s Annual Good Ole’Fashioned 4th of July Festival

Mon, July 4th from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
21544 Old Vestals Gap Road, Sterling, VA 20164

Celebrate Independence Day at Claude Moore Park’s Annual Good Ole’Fashioned 4th of July Festival! This super fun event is very family-friendly with lots of parking, open space, music, and nature trails! The American Wildlife Puppet Show will be on the main stage from 12:30-1PM and 2-2:30PM. For more information, click here!


4. How to celebrate Independence Day in the Washington, D.C., area

Fri, July 1 – Mon, July 4th
Washington D.C.

For the first time since 2019, Independence Day in the nation’s capital will look almost normal. Parades, cookouts, fireworks — even the National Symphony Orchestra performing on the Capitol’s West Lawn. Whether you want a traditional Fourth of July, a community parade, or just colorful explosions in the sky, this is a weekend to celebrate. Click here to find all events!




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