This 4th of July in West Palm Beach, celebrate with an Independence Day extravaganza of activities for all ages along the waterfront with the City’s annual 4th on Flagler celebration. Nearly 100,000 guests of all ages are expected to show up – many dressed in red, white and blue – and all looking forward to the time when the fireworks go ‘boom.’
The celebrations will feature a Military Honor Ceremony, free live music, plenty of food and drink options – including a craft beer garden, larger-than-life games, children’s activities, and an 18-minute fireworks show igniting over the Intracoastal Waterway at 9 p.m.
The event will take place Saturday, July 4 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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What to expect on 4th on Flagler
Schedule of events for 2020
4th on Flagler programming and activities span west to the Great Lawn, Lake Pavilion, Meyer Amphitheatre and Post Park. The event features two stages of back-to-back music..
Military Honor Ceremony
Featuring a tribute to all branches of the military, the unfurling of a five-story American flag, and– for the seventh consecutive year– the Hometown Hero award, the ceremony begins at the Meyer Amphitheatre at 8:30 p.m.
Post Park will include tons of kid-friendly activities and entertainment.
Additionally, families can play large and small games throughout the festivities for an all-inclusive fee of $10 per person. JetRide will bring back the over-the-top water stunts for two shows.
This is one of the largest free Independence Day events in South Florida.