Celebrate Independence Day All Around the Main Line, 2021
Festive parades, parties, and fireworks displays to help you and your family celebrate Independence Day.
July 3, Sutcliffe Park, West 9th Avenue and Freedley Street, Conshohocken
This year’s fireworks display will be larger than previous years so that fireworks may be visible from as many vantage points as possible throughout the Borough. Due to this larger size in fireworks, a wider safety perimeter surrounding the discharge zone is required. As such, Sutcliffe Park and surrounding areas will be closed to the public during the event. Fireworks begin at dusk approximately around 9:30pm.
July 3, Parade
The 4th of July Committee is once again inviting all children and families to decorate bikes and floats to ride in the parade on July 3, 2021.We hope to see your RED, WHITE, and BLUE. Registration is at Rosemont Business Campus at 9:30 am and Judging begins at 10 AM. activities in Clem Macrone Park after the parade has ended. This year’s parade will begin and end at the Rosemont Business Campus and will follow the previously used route through our community. Thanks to our fundraising efforts and your generous donations, we are once again able to include some of the traditional favorites in the parade lineup. Please remember to wear your masks and maintain social distancing whether you are enjoying the parade from your yard or other areas along the parade route.
July, 4 9: 30 – 10: 30 Penn Wynne Park, 1214 E. Manoa Road, Wynnewood
Meet in the Penn Wynne Elementary School parking lot, in your decorated car, at 9:30 am. The parade will begin at 10:00 am
July 4, Bala Cynwyd Fire House, 149 Montgomery Avenue
So many ways to celebrate! Assemble at the Union Fire Association at 8:45am and depart as 9:30am to march in the parade. Join in a brief patriotic ceremony around 10:30am at the Bala Cynwyd Playground. Enjoy music, pony rides, petting zoo, exotic animals, rock wallm and refreshments.
2021 PARADE ROUTE: The parade will begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Bala Cynwyd Fire House and 149 Montgomery Avenue. After leaving the Fire House, the parade will travel East on Montgomery Ave to Bryn Mawr Ave; South on Bryn Mawr Ave to Union Ave; East on Union Ave to Bala Ave; North on Bala Ave to Montgomery Ave; East on Montgomery Ave to Llandrillo Road; East on Llandrillo Road to Bala Cynwyd Playground.
July 4, Sesame Place, 100 Sesame Road, Langhorne
Rock out with Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Cookie Monster and Count von Count, as their music fills the air and the sky is covered with colorful bursts of brilliance. Be sure to watch us paint the sky red (and green and blue) from inside the park. This impressive display will certainly give you something to celebrate this Fourth of July!
Fireworks will begin at 9:00PM.
Fireworks Viewing Areas: Sesame Plaza, Carousel Area, Lower Neighborhood, Cookie’s Monster Land, Elmo’s World
Time subject to change.
July 4, 1325 Harding Blvd, Norristown
After COVID-19 canceled out July 4th events in 2020, Norristown is back and ready to party at Elmwood Park! The day will start at 1 pm with a whole bunch of fun leading up to a fireworks display at night. All events are free and open to the community.
July 4, Wilson Farm Park, 500 Lee Road, Wayne
Park opens at 7:15 pm.
Fireworks begin at dusk.
July 5, St. Alban’s Circle, Newtown Square
2021 Parade will step off at 10 am on Monday July 5th from St. Albans Circle and end at the Broomall Fire House. You can register online now!
Special note: Radnor High School and the Narberth 4th of July Committee have discontinued their traditional fireworks displays.