Celebrating the 4th of July Around Florida
Independence Day is the perfect occasion to get together with friends and family to make amazing memories. Check out some of the fun celebrations that will be going on in your area! Fort Myers
best seats in the house for the City of Cape Coral Fireworks Spectacular! The location is on the right side of the stage in a special family area. So have your spot reserved, and enjoy the show from the best seats in the house. Only 500 tickets available. Call 239- 573-3124 for more information. Naples
Bridge. Festivities include live music and dancing, kids’ crafts, treats, face painting, and Hula-Hoop contests. The fireworks display over Charlotte Harbor begins at 9 p.m. Admission and parking are free! Tampa
Fort Myers Beach Independence Day Parade and Fireworks Display: Festivities kick off with a 10 a.m. parade up Estero Blvd. Then, 15 minutes after sunset, one of the region’s most spectacular fireworks shows shoots off from the Fort Myers Beach Fishing Pier. That’s the main event, but restaurants, lounges, and other businesses step up the festivities with music and activity in the Times Square area and the length of the beach. All- day fun with free admission! Cape Coral
Naples 4th of July Parade: Bring the family and enjoy the annual Naples Fourth of July parade. The parade route goes from Broad Avenue S. to 3rd Street S., up to 5th Avenue S., then east on 5th Avenue S., turning south on 8th Street S. past City Hall, ending at 8th Avenue S. and 8th Street S. Free admission! Stay for the fireworks after the parade. The show goes from 9:00 p.m.–9:45p.m. Watch the spectacular fireworks display over the Gulf of Mexico from the beach near the Naples Pier. Port Charlotte
Tampa Red, White, and Blue Festival: Celebrate Independence Day with live music on the Riverwalk, Uncle Sam on stilts, face painting, stuffed animal rides, patriotic greyhound petting, “most patriotic dressed” competition, watermelon-eating contest, photo booth, food court, arts and crafts exhibits, and fireworks from Channelside. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. at Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park, 601 Old Water St., Tampa. Admission is free. Orlando
Cape Coral Red, White, and Boom: The City of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department is proud to bring you the largest single-day event in Southwest Florida. Join them for the 2018 Red, White, and Boom. Over 30,000 people come to the heart of Cape Coral and see southwest Florida’s best fireworks display. The event takes place on Cape Coral Parkway at the foot of Cape Coral Bridge.
Fireworks at the Fountain: Celebrate the United States’ independence at the free fireworks display and laser show around Lake Eola in downtown Orlando. Pack picnic baskets and comfy blankets for an old- fashioned summertime picnic at downtown Orlando’s Lake Eola from 4–10 p.m. Admission is free.
Annual 4th of July Celebration at Fishermen’s Village: The celebration kicks off with the annual Freedom Swim on Charlotte Harbor which begins at 11 a.m. from the north-bound end of the Peace River
You can also purchase a “Boom Pass” that includes food, drinks, kid-ride tickets, and the
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