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Things to do on Independence Day 2018 in the Steel City

Can you smell the barbecue? Can you see the flags waving? Can you hear the fireworks going off? Well, if you donít, you are about to; itís that time of the year again and the Burgh is calling all patriots out to celebrate their freedom. Numerous events have been organized all around Pittsburgh and our Pittsburgh Transportation Service knows just where to go. Consider employing our Pittsburgh car service for your transportation needs this holiday period and enjoy stress-free luxurious transfers to any one of these exciting Independence Day Events.


17th Annual Fourth of July Celebration at Heinz Field

Heinz Field is preparing for its 17th Fourth of July event hosted by Miller Lite. This year the event will be headlined by Country Music artist, Michael Ray. Local artist Tim Litvin will also grace the stage before introducing local heartthrobs, The Stickers. Michael Ray will be the last act of the night and is expected to get under the spotlight at around 8 pm. Nonetheless, attendants are encouraged to arrive as early as 2 pm for some family-friendly fun activities as well as the fireworks show. This event is absolutely free, so there is no reason why you should miss out on any of the fun.


4th of July Pittsburgh Dinner Cruise on the Gateway Clipper

This event is scheduled for the 4th of July. Imagine being in a cozy, climate-controlled boat from the Gateway Clipper Fleet while the fireworks light up the sky above you. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, sign up for this cruise for just $90. The boat sets sail at 6 pm and the cruise comes to an end at 10pm. Aboard you will get to enjoy a three-course meal, after which you can grab a drink and enjoy the lights as you take the time to reflect and appreciate what it means to be free.


4th of July at Fort Pitt

Head over to the Fort Pitt Museum on the 4th of July between 11 am and 5 pm. At Fort Pitt you will participate in raising a 36-foot flag with fellow patriots, colonial scouts, and re-enactors. Visitors will also get to learn about the crucial role Western Pennsylvaniaís played in the American Revolution. You will also get to enjoy crafts activities and scavenger hunts. Patriots will further be entertained by performances from the Pittsburgh Chamber Choir.


The Big Butler Fair 4th of July Celebration

Head over to Butler Fairgrounds at New Castle Prospect from the 1st of July all the way to the 9th. The Big Butler Fair will be celebrating Independence Day as well as its 161st anniversary, so you will be taking part in almost 2 centuries worth of tradition here, how amazing is that? The Butler Fair is primarily agricultural and it attracts over 100,000 people from across America. You will get to enjoy American Classic dishes, carnival rides, games, demolition derbies, carnival rides, and, of course, the Freedom Festival.

Posted on Jul 03 2018

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