Celebrating 4th of July near Hotel in Everett

The Colors of Freedom Fly over Everett on the 4th

The 4th of July comes to Everett and Everett celebrates with the ultimate parades, epic fireworks and tons of fun and festivities throughout the day. If you’re visiting, see here what’s in store for you.

There will be two highlights of the Everett celebration – a parade and fireworks. See the Colors of Freedom Parade which starts at 11 am. Be at Colby & Wetmore Aves, between Wall St. & 26th St, bring a lawn chair and grab a front row seat for the best show ever. Watch the colorful and vibrant marching bands parade the streets amid bands playing and confetti. See dance & drill teams, giant puppets, stilt walkers, clowns, and creative floats. There’ll be flags, hats, noisemakers, and so many Uncle Sams.

And then, the much-awaited Thunder on the Bay Fireworks. At 10:20pm, the Everett skies will light up above Port Gardner Bay and 3 viewing areas are provided – Legion Memorial Park (Festival Lawn at Alverson Blvd), Grand Avenue Park and Everett Marina District. There’ll be live music, food vendors, events for kids, beer gardens and more. The event will be simulcast over radio, so there’s no missing a heart beat.

Throughout the day, expect more fun on-going around Everett through community events. Watch family fun races in the Yankee Doodle Dash at the Everett Family YMCA, starting at 830am. Get half-price admissions at the popular Imagine Children’s Museum from 10am to 4pm. Enjoy open skating at XFINITY Community Ice Rink with their Fire on Ice event from 815am to 315pm.

From noon to 4pm, meet the officers of the Everett Police Station in Wetmore Avenue. See their crime-solving equipment, join the kids’ activities, meet Colby the Crime Dog, and win a prize. Police and fire vehicles will be on display along Wetmore Ave.

Come to Fun in the Sun Street Fair at the First Baptist Church from noon to 3pm. Enjoy their inflatables, pony rides, live music and antique car show. Free cotton candy, snow cones, prizes and more! Then, by 7pm, come for an Aquasox Baseball game at the Everett Memorial Stadium for some fun, baseball, Patriot Hat auction and post-game fireworks.

The 4th of July is one very busy day in Everett, where the fun never stops.

Independence Day Fun Nearby

You’re not missing your own 4th of July celebration where you’re from, if you find yourself in Everett. Staying at Quality Inn, you are never far from the true meaning of celebration. We got lots of that here.