Duluth Celebrates America
July 3, 2021
Celebrate Independence Day with us on July 3! Enjoy a fabulous fireworks display, live music, food trucks, and more on Duluth Town Green from 5:30-10:00pm. This event is free to attend!
The fountain will be closed on July 3rd to allow for vendor and community setup. Normal operations will resume on Sunday.
Due to increased COVID-19 precautions, there will not be a kid zone at this year's event.
Please Note: All events are subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions and regulations during the planning process.
Main Stage (5:30-9:45pm) : Legacy Band
Parsons Alley (5:30-9:30pm): Ebony & Ivory
Fireworks Display: Around 9:45pm
3737 Brock Rd NW
Duluth, GA 30096
Got questions? We’ve got answers!
The event kicks off July 3 at 5:30PM on Town Green with live music, food trucks, and other fun activities and will conclude with fireworks around 9:45pm over City Hall.
Will the event go on if there is rain?
Yes, all of our events are rain or shine. However, if conditions become unsafe or if there is lightning we will be unable to shoot fireworks. If there are any changes to the event lineup, we will make a post here and across social media.
No, we do not have VIP tables available for purchase this year.
Of course! During Duluth Celebrates America, Downtown Duluth is an open container area so you are welcome to bring anything you want but we will have food and beverage vendors onsite if you do not wish to bring your own.
No, tents and tables may not be set up as it restricts the view of other attendees in the area.
Many attendees will come early to lay down blankets and chairs to reserve their place for the day’s festivities. Please note that we do not allow staking of any kind into the grass and the City is not responsible for any items left unattended throughout the day. Event staff may relocate your items if they interfere with vendor setup and/or the firework fallout zone.
Yes, leashed pets are always welcome to attend with their responsible owners.
No, the fountain will not be operating on July 3rd.
Both Main Street and West Lawrenceville will be closed to through traffic and most of City Hall parking will be blocked off for the Fireworks fallout zone. Dedicated handicap parking will be located at the back parking lot of City Hall. Please refer to the parking map above for more information on available parking.
Thank you to our 2021 Presenting Sponsor:
Thank you to our 2021 Sponsors:
SFEA Award Winning Event