Looking for a memorable way to spend your Fourth of July holiday in or around Brockton, MA? From town fair festivities to fabulous fireworks and more, here are five local spots near Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton that are hosting Independence Day events this year.
The annual Brockton Fair is a longstanding summer tradition that brings entertainment for the whole family right to Brockton’s backyard. Spend the day whirring on the thrill rides that fill the throughway, being wowed by big top circus shows, and watching daring demolition derby matches.
Little ones will enjoy the petting zoo with cuddly creatures, farm animal appearances, and sensational magic shows. Grab a tasty bite to eat, listen to a lineup of live bands, and settle in for a spectacular fireworks show.
Even if you have other plans for the Fourth, you can catch the Brockton Fair from July 2 to July 12—don’t miss it!
Dress up in your most festive red, white, and blue and gather at the intersection of Park Street and Leach Street at 10 am for a festive Fourth of July parade. Spend a bit of your morning catching up with friends and family while cheering on local drum corps, classic cars, and local organizations along the parade route.
For a local fireworks show, pack your blankets and lawn chairs and head to Randolph High School’s baseball field in time to nestle in for a 9:30 pm fireworks display.
As a city with a history of many American firsts, Boston is a fitting place to be on Independence Day. You have two chances to catch the renowned Boston Pops orchestra in action: the rehearsal concert on July 3 or the main event on July 4 followed by a fantastic fireworks display.
Spend your evening enjoying the Pops’ mastery of patriotic favorites followed by watching the night sky light up as colorful fireworks burst over the scenic Charles River.
The July 4, 2015, weekend is Red, White & Blue Days at Edaville USA amusement park, and military service members can enjoy free admission (and half-priced admission for their families) on July 4 and 5.
Edaville is located about 30 miles southeast of Brockton and makes a great Fourth of July day trip for those with young children. From classics such as the tilt-a-whirl, carousel, and bumper cars to the Thomas Land theme park where the world of Thomas the Tank Engine comes to life, Edaville is jam-packed with child- and parent-friendly thrills.
Whether you’re celebrating as a Brocktonian or a Bostonian, Brockton and surrounding Randolph and Stoughton offer many opportunities to get together with loved ones and celebrate America’s birthday this Fourth of July!
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