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South Jersey 4th of July Guide

South Jersey 4th of July Guide
South Jersey Independence Day events are here for you and the whole family!

Audubon 4th of July Celebration
Wednesday July 4: Downtown Audubon, 9 am
The parade will begin at 8:30 am, followed by athletic events at the high school football field. The Audubon Fire Department will hold an open house from 12-2 pm, offering refreshments and hot dogs. Live music by Roadhouse will begin at 7:30 pm back at the football stadium.

Barrington Independence Day Parade and Fireworks
Tuesday July 3: Clements Bridge Road, 6-10 pm
The parade will start at the railroad tracks up Clements Bridge Road and ends at the Municipal Building. From 7-8 pm, the Barrington Band will provide music prior to the fireworks, which begin at dusk. The rain date for the parade and fireworks is Friday July 6.

Bordentown Concert
Tuesday July 3: Bordentown Regional High School, 7-9 pm
Enjoy the performance by the NJ Army National Guard 63rd Army Band.

Bordentown Township’s Fish Derby
Wednesday July 4: Northern Community Park, 9 am
The derby will take place from 10 am-12 pm . Contest participants must be ages 2-13, accompanied by an adult and have their own bait and rods. Registration for the event takes place at 9 am and the presentation and stocking of the pond will begin at 9:30 am.

Camden County Freedom Festival
Wednesday July 4: Wiggins Waterfront Park, 5-10 pm
The Independence Day festivities begin with a salute to America and to the country’s veterans at 5 pm. The fun starts at 6:30 pm with Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, a ska rock band. WAR takes the stage at 8 pm, followed by a fireworks show over the Delaware River at 9:30 pm.

Collingswood Fun on the 4th
Wednesday July 4: Collingswood, 10 am
Fireworks, festivities, live music by To the Max, the annual bike parade, and a house decorating contest.
 
Evesham’s Independence Day
Wednesday July 4:
 Main Street, 8:30 am-10 pm
Marlton Mayor’s Cup 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk will begin at the Evesham Fire Main Street Station, followed by the Kid’s Bike Parade at 10:30 am. Children up to 5th grade are all welcome to participate, helmets must be worn. The Independence Day parade will start at 11:30 am and includes live music, community groups, and refreshments. The doors of Cherokee High School will open at 7 pm to prepare for the fireworks beginning at 9:30 pm.
 
Haddonfield Yankee Doodle Do
Tuesday July 3: Downtown Haddonfield, 3-6 pm
Haddonfield Celebrations Association is hosting their annual July 3rd fireworks and celebration. There will be live music, food trucks, and bounce houses. Fireworks will be set off from HMS to be viewed from Kings Highway.
 
Haddonfield Declaration of Independence Reading and Parade
Wednesday July 4:
 Indian King Tavern, 9:30-10 am
Hear the powerful words which led to our formal separation from Great Britain. This free event begins at 9:30 am, just prior to the community parade.

Haddon Township Independence Day Celebrations
Tuesday July 3: Haddon Township High School, 7 pm
Come join the “Happy Birthday America” Celebration with fireworks at the Haddon Township High School football stadium.
 
Haddon Township Independence Day Parade
Wednesday July 4: Haddon Township, 11:30 am
The parade will start from the Municipal Building and end at the Crystal Lake Pool. Registration begins at 10 am in the Municipal Building parking lot. There will be free hot dogs, water, and land games at the pool to enjoy before and afterwards.
 
Hammonton Independence Day Parade
Wednesday July 4:
 Downtown Hammonton, 11 am-1 pm
The parade will run along Bellevue Avenue from Egg Harbor Road to Third Street. Participants will line up along the railroad tracks on N. Egg Harbor Road at 11 am. Children are invited to decorate their favorite bike, scooter, or wagon in red, white, and blue and join the parade. Patriotic pets are welcome.
 
Gloucester County Sounds of Summer Concert Series, Big Bleu Band
Monday July 2: Veteran’s Park, Clementon, 7-10 pm
The Big Bleu Band is a 5-8 piece dance, rock, and party band playing songs from the 60s to today.

Lakehurst 4th of July Fireworks
Tuesday July 3: Lake Horicon, 8 pm
The fireworks display will be held at dusk at Lake Horicon. The rain date for the fireworks will be Friday, July 6.

Lakehurst Independence Day Events
Wednesday July 4: Lakehurst Elementary School, 8 am
Taking place from 8 am-4 pm, The 25th annual Antique Car Show draws over one hundred antique cars vying for trophies. The parade down Union Avenue will begin at 11 am.
 
Medford Independence Day Fireworks Extravaganza
Tuesday July 3: Medford Freedom Park, 6-10 pm
Join the Medford Celebrates Board in family fun, live music, food, and a kid’s zone. Fireworks will begin at dusk. The rain date is July 5th.

Millville July 4th Festival and Fireworks
Wednesday July 4: New Jersey Motorsports Park, 5-9:30 pm
There will be live music, entertainment, food trucks, and craft vendors to kick off the festival at 5 pm. Fireworks to follow at 9 pm.
 
Moorestown 4th of July Parade
Wednesday July 4:
 Main Street, 12-1 pm
Neighborhoods, civic groups, non-profits, and enthusiast groups will gather at the corner of Chester and Central Avenues to parade their pride and patriotism for all to see.
 
Paulsboro Chamber 4th of July Parade
Wednesday July 4:
 Paulsboro Plaza, 9 am-12 pm
The parade begins at the Paulsboro Plaza parking lot on Broad Street and marches to Paulsboro High School on Delaware Street, where trophies will be awarded during the Closing Ceremonies.

Riverton 4th of July Children’s Parade
Wednesday July 4:
 Main Street, 9 am-12 pm
The parade lineup includes: bikes, strollers, kiddie cars, floats, classic automobiles, fire companies, marching bands, and musical groups. No registration required to participate. 


To see our extensive listing of South Jersey events, including local community events, programs at your local libraries, nightlife, fairs and festivals, plays, and many more, check out our Events Calendar 
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