Do you know how you will be spending your 4th of July holiday? If you’re still looking for ideas, here’s my 2019 guide to all the best celebrations taking place across Metro Atlanta in honor of our nation’s birthday.
Happy 4th of July!
Alpharetta – Wills Park (July 4th): The city of Alpharetta’s Independence Day celebration will begin at 6 pm on the 4th, with a fireworks display at dusk. Three events in one, this celebration includes entertainment, music, and food trucks.
Atlanta Braves – (July 4th): The Atlanta Braves host the Philadelphia Phillies at 7:20 pm on the 4th of July. Stick around after the game for a spectacular fireworks show.
Centennial Olympic Park – (July 4th): Gates open at 7 pm, festivities kickoff at 7:30 pm, and fireworks begin at 9:45 pm.
Chamblee – Keswick Park (July 4th): With live music, food, and family activities, Chamblee’s annual 4th of July celebration is always a favorite. The fun begins at 5 pm, followed by fireworks at dusk.
Cumming Fairgrounds (July 4th): Celebrations start at 10 am on the 4th with the Annual Steam-Engine Parade and continue throughout the day with plenty of music, food, and family fun. The firework finale starts at 9:30 pm.
Decatur – Decatur Square (July 4th): The Pied Piper Parade makes its way through downtown Decatur at 6 pm on the 4th, followed by an evening of live music and fireworks at dusk.
Duluth Town Green (July 3rd): Duluth’s celebration will take place on Wednesday, July 3rd from 5:30 pm until 10 pm.
Dunwoody (July 4): The annual Dunwoody 4th of July Parade will kick off at 9 a.m. on the Thursday morning, followed by a post-parade festival with food and live music.
Gwinnett Stripers – Coolray Field (July 4th): The Gwinnett Stripers will be hosting Durham at 7:05 pm, with a festive fireworks display taking place after the game.
Lilburn – City Park (July 4th): Lilburn’s family friendly ‘Sparkle in the Park’ will begin at 5:30 pm on the 4th, ending with a 9:30 pm fireworks show.
Mall of Georgia (July 4th): The mall’s 17th annual 4th of July celebration kicks off at 3 pm and ends with Gwinnett’s largest fireworks display at 9:30 pm. The event will include, food, live music, and family activities and games.
Marietta Square (July 4th): Celebrations start early in Marietta with a 10 am Let Freedom Ring parade. Concerts, food vendors, games, and an arts and craft show continue through the day with a fireworks display at dusk.
Norcross – Lillian Webb Park (July 3rd): Norcross’s Red, White and Boom event will take place on Wednesday, July 3rd from 5 pm – 10 pm. In addition to the food, live music, and family activities, a fireworks show will close out the evening at 9:45 pm.
Roswell – Roswell High School (July 4th): Roswell’s fireworks show will start at dusk on the 4th. Family activities, food, and music will all be a part of Roswell’s 4th of July celebration, starting at 5:30 pm.
Sandy Springs (July 4th): The Sandy Springs display will take place at 9:45 pm on Thursday, July 4th at the Concourse Corporate Center lawn.
Stone Mountain Park (July 1st – 7th): A full fireworks display will take place after every lasershow from July 1st through the 7th.