United Flagler 4th celebrations returns for Independence Day celebrations

The July 4 celebrations will start with a parade in Flagler Beach and end with a fireworks show at the airport.

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Fireworks at the Flagler Beach pier. File photo by Paige Wilson
Fireworks at the Flagler Beach pier. File photo by Paige Wilson
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Flagler County, Palm Coast, Flagler Beach and Bunnell are once again joining forces for its United Flagler 4th celebrations.

Festivities will begin with the annual Rotary Club of Flagler Beach Stars and Stripes parade along State Road A1A in the morning and end with a fireworks show at the Flagler Executive Airport off of Fin Way. The gates will open for the fireworks show at 5 p.m. and the show will start at 9 p.m, a joint press release said.

The parade will follow its traditional route from North 6th Street to South 6th Street along S.R. A1A in Flagler Beach and residents and visitors can enjoy music and entertainment in Veterans Park in Flagler Beach after the parade, the press release said.

Guest parking, including handicapped parking, will be situated on the south side of the airport, accessible via Fin Way off South Belle Terre Boulevard, the press release said. This will be the sole event location this year. There will be no access to the front of the airport and no parking at Flagler Palm Coast High School.

The fireworks show will include food vendors a beer garden, kids activities, a main stage with a DJ and more. Local dignitaries and elected officials will recite the Declaration of Independence at 7 p.m. 

Portable restroom facilities and a hand-washing station will also be provided. There is no cost associated with entry, parking, or participation in the event. Glass bottles are strictly prohibited. The airport will remain operational throughout the day, with a temporary closure during the fireworks show. 

 Carpooling is strongly encouraged. All event information will be available at UnitedFlagler4th.com


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