This Fourth of July around Charlotte is sure to look a lot more normal than last year at this time when finding a fireworks celebration was nearly impossible unless you wanted to watch it on TV.
This time there will be festivals and fireworks in Charlotte and surrounding areas! Since we no longer have a mask mandate or capacity restrictions in place, we say, ‘Bring on the barbecues!’
It’s no surprise the Queen City enjoys a good Fourth of July celebration. After all, Charlotte’s history is oozing with patriotism. In fact, ‘The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence’, declaring our separation from Great Britain was signed a whole year before the country signed the ‘Declaration of Independence’ in 1776.
Not only that but we display our patriotism more than many. Did you know that in 2014 Amazon analyzed it’s American flag sales in cities with over 400,000 residents. Charlotte ranked 7th highest.
There seems to be an extra reason to celebrate our Freedoms this year!!! So we asked a few 5 Points agents/brokers to share what they are most happy to have the freedom to do and where they are looking forward to going!
Edwin P. Wilson, Jr./5 Points Realty
Going back to Alabama games in person.
Cassee Cunningham/Real Estate Broker and Home Staging/5 Points Realty
Breweries and all that they represent.
This picture is from a Nathaniel Ratliff and The Night Sweats concert. Fun and frolicking, maybe we can have fun again!
Tracy Gregg/Broker/Realtor®/5 Points Realty
Game nights in person! While Internet game nights were a nice pandemic option, nothing beats a night of friendly competition with good friends (and furry friends).
Michael Doney/ Broker/ Realtor®/5 Points Realty
I am most thankful for the freedom to safely hug our family and friends this year, especially my parents.
If you want to check out some of the Fourth of July fun around Charlotte here are two places to catch some fireworks.
U.S. National Whitewater Center 4th of July Celebration
- Two days of yoga and live music and fireworks
- Saturday July 3, 9am to 10pm
- Band: Con Brio
- Sunday July 4, 9am to 10pm
- Band: Moon Taxi
- Admission is Free
The Charlotte Knights
- Fireworks after their game against Norfolk
- Sunday, July 4
- Game starts 6:05pm
Grilling out with friends before the big Fireworks shows? Here’s a few recipes you might want to add to the menu.