July 4th in Baltimore

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This will be my first 4th of July in Baltimore even though I’ve lived here for three summers. I usually go home to the beach to celebrate America’s birthday but this year I’m opting to save a little money and celebrate in Charm City. I started researching what events were happening because I want to celebrate in style and I’m honestly most excited about watching the fireworks over the harbor. It feels like just yesterday I watched the NYE fireworks from a rooftop in Canton and it’s now six months later and I’ll be watching them again from a rooftop in Canton. Life needs to slow down!


In case you are celebrating in the city and need something to do here are a few of the events happening in town:



Nothing says America like hot dogs, baseball and beer. The Orioles have a home game on July 3rd just in time to kick off the long holiday weekend. The game starts at 7:05 and there will be postgame fireworks. More information: http://baltimore.orioles.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=bal


Harbor Cruise:

The Spirit of Baltimore will be hosting a cruise around the harbor from 7:30-11pm with prime viewing for the fireworks. More information: http://www.spiritcruises.com/baltimore/cruises/specialty/july-4th


Food & Drinks:

Wit & Wisdom is hosting a 4th of July bash from 6pm-9:30pm. Adult tickets are $75 in advance and get you unlimited food, live entertainment and one complimentary alcoholic beverage. More information: http://www.witandwisdombaltimore.com/promotions/


Fun in the Harbor:

Live music and vendors will begin at 7pm at the intersection of Pratt & Light street. Fireworks will begin at 9:30. More information: http://visitmaryland.org/Events/Pages/4thofjuly.aspx


Day Drinking:

Put on your best red, white and blue outfit and head to Federal Hill for the Lindy Promotions Bars and Stripes bar crawl! More information: http://www.lindypromo.com/event/federal-hill-bars-stripes/

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  • Laura Powell

    Ugh I wish we were going to be in town for some of these! Seems like so much fun!

  • http://www.haleyspace.blogspot.ca/ Haley Junks

    I say this again and again.. it would be really cool to live in the U.S. just for all of the events that always seem to be going on. I should correct myself and say that it would be great to live in a major city .. even here in Canada because there always seems to be something going on for the holidays.