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(WNCN) Fireworks will be plentiful across North Carolina as Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville and other area cities celebrate the Fourth of July.
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Bands playing in the area include Cheap Trick, the Band of Oz, the Embers, North Tower, Spare Change, Carolina Soul, Soul Psychedelique and the Attractions.
In Raleigh, thousands will gather in downtown Raleighfor fireworks.
If you in Durham, you can watchtheDurham Bullsand see theirwell known fireworks. If you closer to Zebulon, you can watch the Carolina Mudcats and see their popular fireworks.
Over in Cary, the Koka Booth Amphitheater always attracts a large crowd at its annual July Fourth festivities that last all day long and feature the North Carolina Symphony. Symphony performed at Garner celebration on July 3.
Those close to Fayetteville can take part in celebrations at Fort Bragg including music and thepopular flag ceremony.
Chapel Hill celebrates the holiday with fun activities, food, and more at the Kenan Stadium. The celebration during the day includes live music, beer/wine garden, kids rides and games, aerial performances, street performers, BMX demonstrations, eating contests, food and art vendors and more. For more information, click on the linkHERE.
Joel Lane Museum House Independence Day Open House at 728 W. Hargett St. The 25th annual celebration includes reenactments of Colonial Life Hands on activities including writing with a quill pen, making rag dolls and playing games. Free lemonade for all. For more information, click on the linkHERE. For more information, click on the linkHERE.
Independence Day Olde Time Celebration, July 4 at Fred G. there are family friendly competitions including donut eating, watermelon eating, Lake Side Olympics, watermelon seed spitting, water balloon toss and sidewalk decorating. For more information, click on the linkHERE. at Koka Booth Amphitheatre, there are kids related activities, including a Ferris Wheel. there are watermelon eating, ice cream eating and cornhole contests. and ending with a traditional fireworks display after the Symphony performance. For more information, click on the linkHERE. Festivities begin with a community reading of the Declaration of Independence, followed by live music from several local bands. Families can set up their picnic blankets and enjoy lunch from one of many food trucks. There will also be an abundance of kids activities and crafts including colonial style games and crafts with the Daughters of the American Revolution. For more information, click on the linkHERE. at the Rolesville Post Office and travels down Rogers Road onto Redford Place Dr. Following the parade, the festivities continue at the nearby town ballfields. The Sanford Creek Elementary School Chorus will sing our national anthem at the event, followed by live music from The Still Kick Band and Akia Victor, food vendors, kiddie games and entertainment. For more information, click on the linkHERE.
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