Parade registration will be open until June 23rd
Parade Registration is now CLOSED!
Parade lineup will be at Cordage Commerce Center located at 10 Cordage Park Circle in North Plymouth.
The parade will leave Cordage Commerce Center by taking a left onto Route 3A South/Court Street. The route follows Court Street which becomes Main Street and then Main Street Extension before turning left onto Water Street and finishing in front of DCR Pilgrim Memorial State Park at the bottom of Coles Hill.
2023 PARADE THEME: CELEBRATE AMERICA
February 8, 2023
Although the winter season is still here, the July 4 Committee is already hard at work planning the annual 4th of July celebration in Plymouth, America’s Hometown.
This year, July 4 Plymouth’s goal is to raise $120,000 for our annual celebration. Your support as an event sponsor will make this celebration possible!
If we meet our goal, we’ll raise enough money to fully fund the cost of the parade, fireworks, and entertainment – and cover the cost of police, fire and public works personnel that work hard to ensure a safe and fun family event.
We formed July 4 Plymouth 38 years ago -- when the town of Plymouth could no longer afford to fund our annual Independence Day celebration – because we believe so strongly in coming together to celebrate our freedom, show our community spirit and share our values as America’s Hometown. Today, that tradition lives on and has grown, to include a road race, parade and concert – and culminates with a spectacular fireworks celebration over Plymouth Harbor.
We’re also excited to announce that this year’s theme is Celebrate America. If you haven’t already done so, please like our Facebook page and visit our website for all of the updated information about the events of the day.
Benefit packages are available to recognize your contribution, and your support will help us meet our goal and keep this tradition alive so that families can come together and celebrate with us again this year, and in years to come.
Thank you, again, for your generosity and support.
All the best,
July 4 Plymouth Inc. Committee