BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you are looking to celebrate America’s birthday Friday night, here are the official events in Boca and West Boca Raton.
The City of Boca Raton is set to hold its annual “Fabulous Fourth Celebration” at the Spanish River Sports Complex — 1000 NW Spanish River Blvd. The event gets under way at 6:30 pm and features a giant ferris wheel, slides, bands and fireworks around 9pm.
If you are in West Boca, head to South County Regional Park for a fun evening for kids and the young at heart. The park is all the way west on Glades Road. If you hit the Everglades, you’ve gone too far… but only a little bit.
From the County:
Replay kicks off the night performing a variety of dance hits that will have you up on your feet. Following the concert is a musical fireworks display by Zambelli Fireworks. The Kids Fun Zone will feature tons of games, a tattoo parlor, sidewalk chalk, and more! Several food trucks will be on site. Gates open at 5:30 PM. Lawn chairs and blankets are permitted.
Remember, personal fireworks are illegal in Palm Beach County. Be smart. Don’t spend the night in jail.
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