Philly’s the birthplace of our country, so naturally we like to go hard to celebrate Independence Day. From a free Pitbull concert on the Parkway to parties down the shore, there are plenty of opportunities to show your patriotism (and the fact that you like to have a good time).
The Independence Day festivities kick off with a launch party featuring music curated by Philly’s Chill Moody, carnival performers, interactive games, giveaways, food, and a beer garden.
Nothing says "America" like beer. This beer fest takes place in the open-air restaurant at the casino and features local brews, performances from a stunt team, and Philly's own Chill Moody.
Philly rapper PnB Rock closes out the year at the all-new Met Philly with an evening full of hazy trap vibes.
Celebrate 4th of July with this patriotic block party featuring live music, food, beer garden, kids zone, and a preview of The Bourse, an all-new, upscale food hall.
The museum is open late, welcoming evening guests and a beer garden including specialty beers and sangrias. Peep a special Historical Medical Library Pop-up Exhibit.
Celebrate America's independence in the city where it all began. Bands, dancers, circus performers, and Civil War reenactors will parade throughout Old City rain or shine.
Have your dessert and fireworks, too. Gorge on a waffle and ice cream bar, chocolate fountain, milk and cookies, and/or pastries before the Atlantic City fireworks show at this rooftop bar.
Celebrate Independence Day with moody pop from across the pond courtesy of British singer Sam Smith.
Headlined by Pitbull, this annual free 4th of July concert - also featuring performances by Heather Headley and the Philly POPs Big Band - culminates with a huge fireworks show.