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Things To Do This Fourth Of July

Here are some locations in the Charlotte area to watch fireworks for the Fourth of July.

Fourth of July holiday travel has begun at Charlotte Douglas International airport as travelers pile up to start traveling.

As cases of Covid-19 surge, organizers have either canceled or altered their plans for celebrating the Fourth of July.  However, there are still some activities you can do with the family this holiday weekend.  Below are a few events you may want to check out. Disclaimer:  Due to increase cases of Covid-19, some events maybe […]

If you’re looking for something to do for the July 4th holiday, we have a list of things for you and the family to do in the Charlotte and metro areas. From parades, to fireworks, to other celebrations.  Click here to check out the list of activities near you!


While millennials will be jamming to Future, Fetty Wap and Desiigner at the family cookout this Fourth of July holiday, some of our favorite Generation X and Boomer aunties will be dancing to songs from back in the day. Our dancing aunties are family treasures. So in tribute to these special ladies, NewsOne has gathered a […]

Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the significance of the Fourth of July and its connection to Fredrick Douglas. “We’ve made more progress but we still have a long way to go when it comes to the disparities of jobs, healthcare and criminal justice system. We still have to continue to fight so that we are […]

Atlanta rapper Ludacris will celebrate the 4th of July at the infamous Guantanamo Bay. Ludacris will perform at the annual Freedom Festival at the Windward Ferry Landing.

Friday Events Charlotte Symphony Orchestra Summer Pops: Celebrate America: Prelude by Chuck Johnson and the Charlyhorse Band. You’ll hear your favorite patriotic songs: “America the Beautiful,” “God Bless America,” and more. Don’t forget to stay for the fireworks finale. 7 p.m., Symphony Park at SouthPark, 4400 Sharon Rd.  Tickets. Fifth Annual 4th of July Celebration: Starts today at […]


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