Looking for Independence Day activities near you? Find our city guide to events around the South Shore.
Let us know in the comments if there are any events we missed!
Stars and Stripes Parade at 11:45 am
The parade begins in the parking lot of the Registry of Motor Vehicles/Bayshore Athletic Club (14 Plain Street) and ends at the Hollis School (482 Washington Street).
Best views for performances for the various acts will be in front of Braintree Town Hall and The Thayer Public Library located on Washington St.
Foodtruck Festival at 2 pm at Braintree High School
Fireworks Display at 10pm
There will also be live entertainment from 3pm up until the Fireworks Display.
Find more details at: http://www.braintrees4th.org/
Parade Downtown at 10am
Arts & Music Festival at Bridgewater State University at 10am -2pm
Fireworks, Legion Field 9:30pm
Find more details at: http://www.bridgewaterma4th.com/index.html
The Brockton Fair, June 29th– July 9th, Fireworks on July 4th at 10:45pm
Family fun at one of the nation’s oldest fairs. Live bands, rides, games, demolition derbys, and fireworks on the Fourth of July.
Find more details at: http://brocktonfair.net/index.html
Irish Cultural Center, 200 New Boston Drive, Canton, MA
Inflatables, Face Painting, airbrush tattoos starting at 6PM. Live concert featuring Classic Trax at 7PM, with fireworks at 9PM.
DEF Roadrace 8:30 AM
Duxbury Fourth of July Parade starts at 2PM in Duxbury’s Halls Corner, goes down Washington Street, ends at Duxbury High School
Find more details at: http://www.duxbury4thofjuly.com/july-events
Food, Music, T-shirts, and novelties from 6-9PM, ending the night with a fireworks display across the street from Town Hall
Find more details at: http://bit.ly/2tXM8ud
The Hingham Lions will host the annual, American classic July 4th Community Celebration on Saturday, July 1 at picturesque Hingham Harbor. Enjoy an afternoon of family activities, an evening with live music, lots of summer fare and a wonderful fireworks extravaganza.
Find more details at: http://bit.ly/2tYeCUM
Carnival June 30th – July 4th
July 4th 1pm – 5pm, 5pm – 9pm
Rides, games, and fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July!
Find more details at: https://www.middlebororec.com/activities/carnival
Fireworks at 9PM off the barge in New Bedford Harbor, 7 Fish Island
Fireworks at 9PM at Patriots Place
Find more details at: http://bit.ly/2tYdCA5
Parade beginning at 9:30 am at Mayflower Business Park
Fireworks beginning at 9-9:15 PM depending on the night sky at Plymouth Waterfront
Find more details at: http://july4plymouth.com/
Parade starts at 7pm
Fireworks finish off the parade behind Randolph High School around 9:30 pm
Find more details at: https://www.facebook.com/RandolphNightBeforeTheFourth/
Bicycle and Doll Carriage Parade down Beach Street to the bandstand 4:00PM
Lakeside Celebration from 4:30PM to 9:30, activities such as facepainting, pie eating contests, food trucks, bands, train rides, and fireworks as the finale!
Find more details at: http://www.sharonjuly4.org/schedule.htm
Fireworks 9:30 PM at O’Donnell Middle School
Parade at 10 AM featuring marching bands, antique cars and more! Starts at Park and Prospect Street, ends at Phillips Ave.
Find more details at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1954280741514463
Family Fun, Entertainment, and Games starts at 5PM at George Lane- Wessagusset Beach
Fireworks at 9:30PM
Find more details at: http://www.weymouth.ma.us/home/news/weymouth-4th-of-july-celebration