While public fireworks displays are being canceled and several family reunions postponed, people are more likely to party at home this July 4 weekend. This Fourth of July would find more people than usual in front of their televisions, streaming content.
Along with content streaming, many Americans are looking for unique ways to celebrate the holiday.
Macy’s is bringing a Fourth of July showcase into your living room! This annual event taking place at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 4, on NBC will feature musical performances, a spectacular musical score, a salute to America’s frontline workers, and special performances from some of Hollywood’s biggest music artists.
People can celebrate the 40th-anniversary presentation of A Capital Fourth at 8 p.m., Saturday, July 4 on PBS. This virtual event will feature “the greatest display of fireworks in the nation’, reports WOODTV.com.
The United States Air Force Band, Washington Performing Arts, and National Harbor have teamed up to present a unique event, “A Tribute to the American Spirit” concert at 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 4.
The live stream can be accessed on the National Harbor’s website and will include performances from the U.S Air Force Band, Joshua Bell, Solomon Howard, and Larisa Martinez.
The National Archives will host a July 4th celebration on their Facebook page. Event highlights will include remarks by Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero, educational and family-friendly activities, and a reading ceremony hosted by Journalist, Soledad O’Brien. This event is free but requires registration.