Providence Set to Celebrate Fourth of July after 3 Year Hiatus
After three years of holding off on celebrating the Fourth of July due to COVID-19 restrictions, Providence is ready to give it their all this year and the celebration is expected to be bigger than ever.
Kicking off July 3 at 7 p.m. at 201 India Street, here’s a look at what to expect at this year’s July 4th celebration in Providence, Rhode Island.
Live Music Curated by Becky Bass
A two-time New England Urban Music Award winner, Becky Bass, a renowned vocalist, steel drummer and actor, has curated this show for the fourth. Featuring a showstopping performance by Blackout Drum Squad, the live music portion of the celebration is expected to be well worth watching.
Then at 9 p.m., the main event kicks off a fireworks extravaganza worthy of the three year wait, which is planned to last through 9:45 p.m. Residents that live near India Point Park will be able to see the bombastic fireworks right from their home.
Pawtucket Fireworks and Food Trucks
Of course, if you’re hoping to start celebrating just a little earlier, Pawtucket is hosting its own Fourth of July celebration, which kicks off at 5 p.m. with live music and over a dozen food trucks. Fireworks launch at the same time as the Providence celebration, 9 p.m., so you’ll have to choose which location is best for you but when you live at Emblem 125, there’s always something fun and exciting to do just minutes away.