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Fourth of July Fun Around Baltimore!

There are plenty of Fourth of July festivities in the Baltimore area to satisfy everyone. Independence Day celebrations begin as early as June 30th. Our team will be enjoying parades, food, live entertainment and exciting firework displays.

Here’s just a sampling of some of our local flavor.

Star-Spangled Spectacular

Celebrate Independence Day on July 3 with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Oregon Ridge in Cockeysvile! Enjoy great music, amazing fireworks and food trucks galore. BSO Associate Conductor Nicholas Hersh leads the orchestra in patriotic scores like Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever,” alongside family favorites from Bruce Springsteen, Beauty and the Beast and more! Gates open at 5 pm. Get more information here. 


Catonsville’s Independence Day Celebration

Since 1947, Catonsville has held this all-day, fun-filled tradition featuring children’s games, races, and concerts starting at 9:30 a.m.  The Annual Grand Parade is so popular, residents often set out chairs several days in advance along the route on Frederick Road. The Parade begins at 3 p.m. on July 4th. And the fireworks display begins at 9:15pm. Get more information here. 

Independence Day Fireworks Cruise

Do you like being out on the water? On July 4th, splash aboard Spirit Cruises and get front-row seats to Baltimore’s spectacular fireworks show. The Inner Harbor looks stunning beneath the illuminated night sky! Make a real event out of it, and opt for the premium bar package and festive buffets. Get more information here.

4th of July Watermelon Bash

Celebrate the 4th of July at Town Hall in La Plata, Maryland. They’ll have hot dogs, children’s games and lots and lots of watermelon. You won’t want to miss the 5 water slides on the lawn! This event runs 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., so you won’t miss your favorite fireworks show. Get more information here. 

Towson Fourth of July Parade

Close to home for us is the annual Towson Fourth parade on Towsontown Boulevard and Bosley Avenue. Towson has celebrated the lives of the men and women who have served our country for more than 120 years with its parade. It’s not to be missed! Get there by 9:30 a.m. for the best viewing spots. Get more information here. 

No matter where you spend Independence Day, we hope you have a safe and wonderful holiday!

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