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If you’re looking for 2017’s 4th of July celebrations, you’ve got quite a few options in the ATL.

Don’t know where to go? Here are a few ideas to get you started (FYI–You should subscribe to receive email updates from Atlanta on the Cheap because it’s awesome & keeps you in the know):

  • Sandy Springs Stars and Stripes Fireworks Celebration. On Sunday, July 2, there’ll be live music by Shiloh starting at 7:30 p.m. followed by fireworks at 9:45 p.m. on the Concourse Lawn (Five Concourse Pkwy) in Sandy Springs.
  • Prelude to the 4th. On Monday, July 3, there’ll be live music by DJ SUSPENSE and R&B, Inc. on the Lawrenceville Lawn (210 Luckie St), food trucks, a Kids Zone, & more. The celebration starts at 5:00 p.m., and a fireworks display will take place after the performance.
  • ATTENTION: The Legendary 4th at Lenox Square Mall event is NOT happening in 2017. Instead, Lenox is partnering with Centennial Olympic Park for their celebration.
  • 4th of July Celebration at Centennial Park. Tuesday, July 4. There’ll be live music by J-Fly and other artists followed by a fireworks display at dark. Gates open at 6 p.m.
  • Fourth of July Celebration at Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Tuesday, July 4. This could be a good pre-fireworks activity if you’ve got little ones & you’re planning to head to Centennial Park for fireworks. At 3:00 p.m., there’ll be Fourth of July parade followed by a “fireworks” display (hint: This involves bubble wrap) & more; activities included with admission.
  • Pied Piper Parade, Concert & Fireworks on the 4th. Tuesday, July 4. Decatur’s 4th of July Pied Piper parade sounds like fun. The parade starts at 6:00 p.m. and winds its way through downtown Decatur. Participants include you and anyone else who chooses to follow along with their decorated bicycles, skateboards, wagons, etc, as it passes by. The Callanwolde Concert Band performs at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Bandstand, and the fireworks display starts at approximately 9:00 p.m.
  • Mall of Georgia’s Star-Spangled Fourth on Tuesday, July 4. Starting at 5:00 p.m., there’ll be live music with performances by The Woody’s & A1A: The Official Jimmy Buffet Tribute Band, plus the kids can burn off energy in the Kid Zone. The fireworks show starts at 9:35 p.m., and there’ll be a post-fireworks screening of The LEGO Batman Movie.
  • July 4th Festivities and Fireworks at Wills Park in Alpharetta. Tuesday, July 4. From 6:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., there’ll be children’s activities on the lawn behind Alpharetta Community Center, live music by the Alpharetta City Band & others, plus a fireworks display at dusk.
  • July 4th on the Marietta Square. Tuesday, July 4. The Marietta Freedom Parade steps off at 10:00 a.m. at Roswell Street Baptist Church, heads west on Roswell Street, north on East Park Square past Glover Park, down Cherokee Street & ends at North Marietta Parkway. Following the parade, stick around for a Fourth of July Festival, featuring an arts & crafts show, live music, & a fireworks display.
  • Dunwoody 4th of July Parade. The parade steps off at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 4, at the intersection of Mount Vernon Road and Jett Ferry Road and marches down Mount Vernon Road to Dunwoody Village.
  • The Atlanta Braves will have a post-game fireworks display after the July 4th game vs. the Houston Astros.
  • 4th of July Celebration at Six Flags Over Georgia. July 2-4. There’ll be a fireworks display each evening.
  • Fantastic Fourth Celebration at Stone Mountain Park. July 1-4. There’ll be a fireworks following the Lasershow Spectacular each evening. Technically, the lasershow is free, but if you drive in, you’ll need to cover the $15 parking fee unless you have an annual parking pass.

Now for the rest of the ‘burbs…. By some accounts, our metro area extends to Chattanooga (Chatlanta), Alabama (AtlantaBama), & every other direction until it’s no longer feasible to drive into the city for work. There are countless celebrations taking place around the metro area. Translation: I cannot possibly list them all. To find one near you, just Google your city’s name and look for the events page on the website. If you want to plug your area, please post a comment, preferably with a link.

–Jennifer Maciejewski

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