6 Ways to Celebrate the 4th of July in Binghamton – Blog

Posted by John Brhel on Jun 27, 2022

The 4th of July is the perfect time to celebrate America’s independence and have fun in the summer. From fantastic fireworks to patriotic performances, there are plenty of fun things to do around Independence Day in the Binghamton area.

Catch a ball game

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Baseball is America’s pastime, making it the perfect event to enjoy on the 4th of July. Watch the team take on the Portland Sea Dogsthen stick around for the park’s biggest fireworks display of the year: Bing, Bang, Boom!

Have fun in Highland Park

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4th of July Show at Highland Park is one of the not-to-be-missed 4th of July events in Broome County. Enjoy parades, live music, rides, carnival games and more during the day, then top off the festivities with a spectacular fireworks display at night!

Party out of town

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If you’re up for a short drive, there are big 4th of July events happening in nearby towns. Head to Montrose for their Craft Fair and ParadeWhere stop by Candor for their celebration with a carnival car show, fireworks and more!

go the distance

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Get the party started with a little exercise! 4 out of 4 is a four-mile road race in Endwell that ends with a party! Go for miles and have fun with your family and friends.

Rock out at Tioga Downs

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Want to support American veterans and have a good time? Head to Tioga Downs on Friday July 1 and watch a performance by Southern rock band Marshall Tucker. All sales will benefit the Southern Tier Veteran Support Group.

Explore the art scene

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Binghamton is home to a vibrant arts community, and there’s no better way to experience it first-hand than the First Friday Art Walk. With 45 downtown locations, including a variety of galleries and studios, the Art Walk is a great way to kick off the weekend.

John Brhel is Director of Communications at the Media and Public Relations Office and a long-time resident of the Binghamton area. When he’s not managing social media accounts or writing press releases, you can find him sketching, playing music, or spending time with his family.

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