Enjoy the upcoming holiday and holiday weekend with our top picks for Charlotte July 4th fun and festivities.
words by John Mugabe
Celebrate America Concert
June 22, 8:30pm
Head down to Truist Field for the annual Celebrate America concert. Led by composer Christopher James Lees, experience the sounds of revolution and America’s pastimes and cap off your evening with a on-site fireworks display. charlottesymphony.org
Charlotte Whitewater Center Fourth of July Celebration
Enjoy live music, yoga practices, and all of the activities that the center has to offer all day at the Whitewater Center. Participate or watch The Tread, White and Blue Race and the Revolutionary Duathlon. Spots are limited so sign up soon!
Carowinds Fireworks Show
July 2–4, 9:30pm
Take a break from the rides and look up as the night sky booms with colors and lights from Carowinds fireworks shows. There will be one each night from Saturday through Monday of Independence Day weekend.
Team USA Baseball Game & Fireworks Show
July 4th, 6:05pm
Is there anything more American than its official baseball team? See the team in action at Truist Field and end your weekend with WBT’s Skyshow: the largest fireworks show in the Southeast.
Red, White and Boom Festival, Rock Hill, SC
July 3rd, 5-10pm
Enjoy a evening at the Old Town District in Rock Hill by taking in the live music, inflatables, food trucks, drinks and more. Do all this and more before the fireworks show later that night at 9:30 pm.
Ingles Independence Day Celebration, Asheville, NC
July 4 (All Day)
Take in the spirit of the revolution and the backdrop of the mountains at Asheville’s annual celebration at Pack Square Park with events for the family starting at 1pm that day!
July 4th Parade, Indian Trail, NC
July 4th, 11:30- 1pm
Witness the Indian Trail’s display of American Pride at their city parade with floats, groups, and more on July 4th.