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Fourth of July Activities in Atlanta

Posted 06-27-17

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Celebrate America’s birthday with lots of food, fun and fireworks! Atlanta will be host to Fourth of July events for families across the city. There’s a lot to do so start planning your holiday weekend now! All activities below are on the Fourth of July. 

 

1. Gwinnett Stripers Game

Head to Coolray Field and watch the Gwinnett Stripers play the Norfolk Tides on July 4th! The game starts at 7:05 PM, but be sure to get there early! The first 5,000 fans will get an American Flag rally towel. And don’t leave early! After the game, there will be a fireworks show that you can watch from your seat! View seating and purchase tickets online.  Use special discount code, GBPART, to get your tickets!

 

2. Fourth in the Park

This is in the heart of Marietta – Coolray’s home! It kicks off with a parade at 10 a.m. followed by concerts, museum tours and of course - fireworks! Fourth in the Park will be held in the Historic Marietta Square and is free for everyone.

 

3. Star Spangled Fourth at Mall of Georgia

This event is for the whole family! Starting at 5 p.m., you can catch live music at the mall and end your evening with fireworks at 9:35 p.m. followed by a screening of “The LEGO Batman” movie.

 

4. Coca-Cola July 4th Fest

Wanna ride roller coasters before anyone else? Head to Six Flags Atlanta and celebrate with Coca-Cola! Here’s what you need to do: arrive at the park an hour before it opens with a can of Coke in your hand - and you’ll be eligible to ride roller coasters for one hour before everyone else! You’ll also get $13 taken off your admission price! End your day in the Cotton States Exposition district watching the fireworks show with your friends and family. This event runs from July 2nd through the 4th.

 

5. 4th of July Celebration

This kicks off in Centennial Park at 6 p.m. This fireworks show will be synchronized with music – making it a little different from other park celebrations around the city. Be sure to get there early. The gates close once it has reached capacity.

 

These are not the only 4th of July celebrations happening in Atlanta! There are plenty of activities around the city starting July 1st including the Red, White and Brew beer festival at the Georgia Aquarium. For a full calendar of events, click here.

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