While your July 4th holiday may be different this year than ever before, there is no reason you can’t celebrate at home with some fun or socially distance at a local celebration. Since we are staying home more than ever before, get the whole family involved and plan the perfect Independence Day Celebration. If you aren’t sure where to start, take a look at our Pinterest board for fun and festive recipes, crafts, activities and decorations. There is something for everyone with sweet treats, beverages, appetizers and much more along with fun ways to spend the day. Staying home can still be lots of fun.
If you can’t give up the fireworks and patriotic music, tune in to ABC13 for a virtual Shell Freedom over Texas celebration featuring the Houston Symphony along with some guests. The city still plans their firework display so you can watch it on ABC13 or near downtown. The evening’s festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m.
City Centre Houston will offer an Independence Day Concert Series beginning at 12:30 on the 4th. The fireworks show will not take place but you can enjoy music all day from a variety of bands.
The annual 4th of July Parade hosted by the City of Bellaire has a new route so more people can see it from home. It will begin at 9:30.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown will reopen to the public on July 3rd so if you want to make reservations in advance, you can enjoy a day at the waterpark. Crowds will be limited so you must make a reservation to guarantee your spot.
The Woodlands will not host the festival portion of 2020 Red, Hot & Blue but will still have fireworks. They will be staged from Lone Star College – Montgomery beginning at 9:30 p.m. Watch the fireworks from where ever you can see them while maintaining social distancing.
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