Where To View SoFlo Fireworks Online And In-Person This Fourth of July

Although many common Fourth of July activities such as large gatherings, cookouts with the family, friends and the beach are unfortunately a no-go do to social distancing guidelines implemented amid the coronavirus pandemic, firework displays are still on! Continuing the annual tradition, in person displays will still be held this holiday weekend along with online viewing options.

In addition to a YouTube live-stream and virtual show, the City of Fort Lauderdale will be launching firework displays at Holiday Park, City Hall, Carter Park and the Beach Community Center. Officials ask residents to enjoy the show from their homes.

North Miami can check out the “Independence Day Tribute” on the city’s official Facebook page starting at 6 p.m.

The City of Hialeah is teaming up with Cano Health to broadcast a fireworks display starting at 9 p.m available on MegaTV and on the city’s Instagram and Facebook accounts.

The City of Miami Beach will also be hosting virtual activities and a virtual firework display along to tunes by the New World Symphony on their Facebook account.

CLICK HERE for more online and in-person fireworks viewing options!

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