From fireworks to picnics to parties and more, here's how to celebrate the Fourth of July in Palm Beach for the perfect Independence Day.
4th on Flagler
The City of West Palm Beach’s 4th on Flagler Independence Day celebration will commence July 4 from 6-10PM over the Intracoastal Waterway. The people of West Palm can expect live music, tasty refreshments, patriotic presentations and, last but not least, an extravagant fireworks display. Between Banyan Blvd. and Fern St., West Palm Beach
Red, White & Blue with a Waterfront View
What better way to enjoy an eye-catching fireworks display than with a scenic waterfront view? The City of Boynton Beach holds its family-friendly Independence Day event, Red, White & Blue with a Waterfront View, July 4 6:30 to 9:30PM. Attendees can enjoy a Palm Beach Hydroflight show while snacking on bites from food trucks, including Guac Go, Troy’s Barbecue, The Boardwalk Italian Ice & Creamery and more. To conclude the festivities, participants can pull up some blankets and chairs to watch the Zambelli Fireworks show. 2240 N. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach
Red, White and Blue Pickleball Round Robin and July 4th FirecrackerTennis Mixed Doubles
This Independence Day, the Boca Raton Resort & Club celebrates with not one, but two great competitions. Spend the weekend on the course with the Red, White and Blue Pickleball Round Robin or meet us on the tennis court for the round robin July 4th Firecracker Tennis Mixed Doubles tournament. Whatever game you choose, don’t forget to wear your red, white and blue!
Independence Day Celebration
At Boca Raton Resort & Club, there will be two fun-filled experiences to fill up your roster of Independence Day celebrations. The resort will throw a patriotic bash consisting of an all-American dining experience, live music and a Stars & Stripes event. With an iced seafood station, Coney Island hot dogs and a grilled burger bar, Boca Raton’s July 4th dining experience will have guests’ tastebuds saying “God Bless America.” But the fun doesn’t stop there—At Stars & Stripes, attendees will enjoy all sorts of entertainment from water slides and bounce houses to balloon and airbrush artists. The party will go out with a bang as festivities conclude with a fireworks finale. 501 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton
Looking to celebrate the Fourth of July from the comfort of your car? Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department teams with the West Boca Community Council to host a free drive-in fireworks show. The display will take place at The Ben West Palm Beach from 6pm-10pm. There’s only room for 40 vehicles, so make sure to secure your spot now.
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