Let the 4th of July Festivities BEGIN!

Tara Boucher  |  June 29, 2023


Let the 4th of July Festivities BEGIN!

So much to explore in our great city of Charlotte, NC!  4th of July is a great way to celebrate our country's freedom and time with family and friends.  There are celebrations not only on the 4th of July, but also a couple days prior to.  So get out, be safe and enjoy yourselves!


Charlotte Knights Game

SkyShow, the biggest fireworks display in the southeast, is set to illuminate Charlotte’s skyline once again after a live game between the Charlotte Knights and the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp at Truist Field.

On Tuesday, July 4th, 2023, the first pitch is thrown at 6:35 p.m., and the fireworks will follow the end of the game.


White Water Center

Celebrate Independence Day in the great outdoors.

The Fourth of July Celebration arrives July 3rd & 4th, bringing fireworks both nights, two Whitewater Race Series offerings, SUP Yoga, performances by Pigeons Playing Ping PongHayes CarllDangermuffin, & Chatham Rabbits and more.


Charlotte Football Club

The Confederation of North, Central America, and Caribbean Associated Football (Concacaf) will be playing a rare double header this weekend in uptown Charlotte.

The matches are slated for Sunday, July 2, at the Bank of America Stadium. The game between the United States and Trinidad & Tobago is set to commence at 7:00 pm, followed by the Honduras versus Haiti match at 9:00 pm.

This will be the first time ever the US Men’s National Team (USMNT) will play in Charlotte.

Find out more information or get your tickets here.



Come to Carowinds this coming Friday through Monday to experience how the world kicks up its heels at our day-to-night, larger-than-life international celebration. Enjoy high energy live music, delicious international food, lively games, unique crafts, and traditions from nations spanning the globe.

Find out the more info here.


City of Kannapolis

Kannapolis will be going all out for to celebrate Independence Day this summer with live music from the Charlotte Symphony, food trucks, and an epic firework show.
This will be free to the public and food and drinks will be sold during the events. Coolers are allowed with no outside alcohol.
Find out more info here.


SouthPark’s biggest Independence Day celebration is returning this year at Symphony Park. Join the official Charlotte Symphony for a rousing salute to America with a night of patriotic favorites and tunes that celebrate America’s unique musical traditions — all topped off with a spectacular fireworks finale.
Christopher James Lees, conductor

You can find out more information or buy your tickets here.


(Source: charlottestories.com)

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