Independence Day, commonly referred to as Fourth of July is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. We celebrate July 4th in Charlotte North Carolina with fireworks, parades, backyard BBQ, fairs, baseball games, shopping for great deals, or enjoying a nice evening out with friends and family. However we choose to celebrate 4th of July 2019 in Charlotte NC, we do so by honoring the the founders of our great nation. Some things to do on 4th of July weekend in Charlotte North Carolina 2019 include camping, fishing and golfing. Want to do something at night in Charlotte for July 4th 2019? Check out the Charlotte Nightlife Guide or the Charlotte Restaurants Guide.
Things to Do for 4th of July Independence Day in Charlotte 2019
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2018 4th of July Independence Day
Goodguys 27th Speedway Motors Heartland Nationals
at Iowa State Fairgrounds
Join Goodguys for a red, white and blue weekend of celebration and fun at the 27th Speedway Motors Heartland Nationals Giant Car Show in Des Moines, IA celebrating Independence Day weekend, June 29-July 1!
Celebrate America! With Fireworks
at Symphony Park at SouthPark Mall
Join your Charlotte Symphony for a rousing salute to America with a night of patriotic favorites including Sousa marches, "America the Beautiful," the Armed Forces Medley ... all topped off by a spectacular fireworks finale.
RoofTop Party Pt2 Red, White or Blue 4th of July Day Party
at Rooftop 210
Part 1 was monumental. People traveled from as far as Conneticut for Sport E Odie's All White Bday party.
Lowe's YMCA July 3rd Summer Celebration
at Lowes YMCA
The Lowe's YMCA July 3rd Summer Celebration is a community staple, bringing together families from across the Lake Norman community to enjoy fellowship, local entertainment and food, kid-friendly activities, and spectacular fireworks.
American 4 Miler July 4th Run
at 1111 Metropolitan Ave
Kick off the holiday with a patriotic 4 mile run before the barbecues and fireworks! This event aims to encourage participants to support our country by shopping locally and to purchase products that are created in the United States.
Fourth of July Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony
at Charlotte Museum of History
The Charlotte Museum of History is proud to invite you to be a part of this tremendous experience as we welcome these new citizens into our Charlotte community. Join us for the Naturalization Ceremony, the third lecture in our Ron Hankins History Talks.