Although some traditional Fourth of July celebrations in D.C. have been cancelled for 2020, such as the National Independence Day Parade. The White House announced Friday that a scaled back version of Salute to America will take place.
According to a White House statement, "In addition to music, military demonstrations, and flyovers to honor our Nation's service members and veterans, the President will deliver remarks that celebrate our independence and salute our amazing heritage. The evening will culminate with a spectacular fireworks display over the National Mall."
Here are some options to celebrate the Fourth of July:
- A Capitol Fourth: For 40 years, PBS has been broadcasting its annual concert from the National Mall in Washington, D.C., ending with a fireworks show over the National Mall. A Capitol Fourth will still air Saturday, July 4, from 8-9:30 p.m. ET, on PBS.
- Explore D.C.'s Waterfronts
- An American Celebration at Mount Vernon
- Dine Along the Georgetown Riverfront
- Visit the National Zoo or a Museum: Although many museums and the National Zoo may be open, Phase Two restrictions limited the capacity to 50 people in enclosed rooms or exhibit paces. Museum events are permitted, but with a maximum capacity of 50 people.
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