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Philadelphia 4th July Fireworks 2010

WHAT: Independence Day Fireworks
WHERE: Philadephia Museum of Art
WHEN: 4th July 2010
WHAT TIME: 10:30pm
The City of Brotherly Love celebrates America's independence with a stunning fireworks display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

With a fantastic concert and the 4th of July parade to add to the daytime fun and the patriotic fireworks in the night to light up the skies above Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The whole city of Philadelphia has something to enjoy this Independence Day.

There are loads of great places to watch the fireworks for the 4th of July.
• Benjamin Franklin Parkway
• Boathouse Row
• Lemon Hill
• Martin Luther King Drive
• Kelly Drive

But we recommend the Benjamin Franklin Parkway where there will be huge TV screens and speakers all around to bring the fun to the masses.

Philadelphia fireworks at Swann Fountain #2

As always at such large events, it is wise to arrive nice and early to secure a good spot for viewing the fireworks. We suggest bringing garden chairs, blankets, and even a picnic to enjoy the full day. If you are there early enough you might even be able to see the parade, concert and fireworks without even having to move. God bless America.

The concert begins at 8:30pm with songs and performances from Philadelphia’s finest. The all-important 4th July parade starts at 11am and kicks off the family-friendly day of entertainment and fun in the city of Philadelphia.

Of course, the main event will be the fireworks which will fill the sky from about half-past ten onwards. Find a good spot, stare up into the 4th July sky and enjoy!

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