Charlotte Area July 4th Celebrations

Charlotte Area July 4th Celebrations

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Indian Trail Independence Day Celebration Parade- 07/03/2021
The Town of Indian Trail and Indian Trail Parks and Recreation are hosting a July 3rd Parade in Downtown Indian Trail. The parade will take place on Saturday, July 3rd, 2021, at 11:30 a.m. It will start at Post Office Drive, proceed down Indian Trail Road South, and end at Old Monroe Road.
Bring your chairs and blankets to set up along the parade route.

-Waxhaw Independence Day Celebration 12:00 pm
Join the Town of Waxhaw for an Independence Day celebration. We are excited to continue to host community events, although modified due to COVID-19. This years’ celebration will kick off at noon in the Waxhaw Community Corner. Gump Fiction (The Ultimate 90’s Experience) will play live music for those celebrating. A food truck rodeo will line up Church and McDonald Streets for all to enjoy. You can also check out all our Downtown businesses have to offer while there.

-Monroe Independence in the Park - Belk Tonowanda Park
Come out and celebrate our Nation's Independence in the park. There will be Band performances, Amusement Rides, and Fireworks.

-Matthews Independence Day Celebration- 5:00 PM
Come out and join us for our celebration of our Independence on Sunday July 4th, 2021 in Stumptown Park. Parade will start at Town Hall at 5:30 PM. "Too Much Sylvia" concert will begin at 7:00 PM.

-Charlotte Independence Day Celebration- Whitewater Center (9:00 AM - 9:30 PM)
Celebrate the holiday outside at the Whitewater Center. Festivities stretching over two days include live music, multiple yoga practices, and fireworks displays. As with all of Whitewater’s festivals, the Fourth of July Celebration is free to attend, open to the public, and does not require tickets. Pets must be on a leash at all times. Please ensure your dog is not afraid of loud music or fireworks or please leave the grounds before fireworks begin.

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Date: July 4, 2021




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      Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar.
      Monday & Tuesday - Buy one Sushi Roll - Get one FREE
      Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday - Half Price Sushi Rolls
      Sunday $1.99 Kids Hibachi

      2515 W. Roosevelt Blvd - Monroe
      704-289-1127

  • Visit Website
    Rest well at Fairfield Inn & Suites Monroe. Our new hotel offers everything you need!

    980-290-2190

  • Visit Website
    When it comes to tax preparation services, the H&R Block tax professionals located in Monroe, Indian Trail and Waxhaw, NC are here to meet all your tax needs.
    704-289-2487

  • Visit Website
    Flowers from MONROE FLORIST & GIFTS will satisfy all your flower needs. Order sympathy and funeral flowers directly from MONROE FLORIST & GIFTS to save time and money.


    704-283-2623

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