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What’s happening in Williamsburg VA July 4th week…

July 1 – 6

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Fourth of July (Colonial Williamsburg)

Jul 4 10 am 10 pm

Celebrate the anniversary of the nations birth in the Revolutionary City! Join Colonial Williamsburg for a special militia muster. Enjoy a salute to the 13 original states, featuring music performed by the Fifes and Drums, flags of each state, the firing of muskets and cannon.

Independence Day Celebration in Yorktown

Jul 4 8 am – 10 pm

Red, white, blue and you! You dont want to miss Independence Day in Yorktown where our independence was won and patriotism abounds. Come to historic Yorktown and salute America along the waterfront! Festivities.

Busch Gardens presents Lee Greenwood

Jul 4 at 7:00 pm

Lee Greenwood rocks the stage at Busch Gardens on July 4. Busch Gardens Live is bringing the heat with a sizzling summer line-up. Concerts will be held at the Busch Gardens Royal Palace Theatre.

New Town Music Fest

 Jul 5, 2014 at 5:00 – 10:00 pm

Celebrate the holiday weekend with some local music talent and a National Act! 5:30pm-6:30pm Johnny St. Clair 7:00pm 10:00pm Highway 101 Gates open at 5:00 pm in Sullivan Square. Concert is rain or shine. Children under 12 are FREE.

Liberty Celebration Yorktown Victory Center

Jul 4 – Jul 6,at 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Military and tactical drills, and role-playing demonstrations salute the anniversary of Americas independence. Visitors can see in museum galleries a rare broadside printing of the Declaration of Independence dating to July 1776.

Busch Gardens Live presents The Romantics

Jul 5, 2014 at 7:00 pm

The Romantics rock the stage at Busch Gardens on July 5. Busch Gardens Live is bringing the heat with a sizzling summer line-up. Concerts will be held at the Busch Gardens Royal Palace Theatre.

July 4th Danielle Bradbery Concert College of William and Mary

Jul 4, Gates open 5pm | Show  6:30pm

Danielle Bradbery, 2013

Winner NBCs The Voice. With special guest Bria Kelley. Concert held at the Lake Matoaka Amphitheater at William & Mary.

In the Trenches Tour

Jul 1, 10:00 am

Guests get an inside the ropes tour of the original 1607 James Fort, once thought lost to history. Join Dr. William Kelso who led a team of Jamestown Rediscovery archaeologists that found the original fort site in 1996.

Independence Day Concert: USAF Heritage of America Band

Jul 2, 7:00 pm 8:15 pm

Back for the 22nd year, the full Heritage of America concert band will play American favorites and patriotic tunes in honor of Independence Day.

July 4th Summer Sidewalk Sale at Williamsburg Premium Outlets

Jul 3Jul 6, 9am – 9pm; Sun 10am – 8pm

Dont miss the annual July 4th Summer Sidewalk Sale at Williamsburg Premium Outlets. Enjoy extended hours and extra savings on top of our every day savings of 25% to 65%.

The Summer Breeze Concert Series

Jul 2, 7:00 – 9:00 pm

The Summer Breeze Concert Series will kick off with the fan favorite Independence Day Concert on July 2, and run each Wednesday through August 27. More of what you love in the heart of downtown Williamsburg.

Williamsburg Farmers Market

Jul 5,  8 am -12 pm

Producers of locally grown: produce, seafood, cut flowers, organic vegetables, herbs, baked goods, pasture-raised meats, cheeses, herbal and goats milk soap, fresh bread, pumpkins, honey and eggs.

Fireworks in the Planetarium

Jul 4, – at 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 p.m.

Raining outside? Cant stand the mosquitoes? All the good viewing spots taken? Come enjoy the most amazing Fourth of July laser displays in the Virginia Living Museums nice cool planetarium! Spirit of America is a laser show full of great patriotic music.

Berkeley Plantation Wreath Laying

Ceremony

Jul 4, 11:00 AM

Annual commemoration honoring Benjamin Harrison V, one of seven Virginia signers of the Declaration of Independence and 18th century owner of Berkeley Plantation.


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