Safe And Happy July 4th 2018 ATX Style

Dated: July 3 2018

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Parades, fireworks, and live music are just a few of the ways locals enjoy celebrating the 4th of July in Austin. Our city never disappoints, hosting numerous parties packed with super fun activities and firework displays in and around town. Here is a list of July 4th events in Austin to make planning your day a lot easier, all located between 1-20+ miles from Downtown! Grab your family and friends, and start planning your 4th of July festivities!

Things to do For 4th of July Around Austin:


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