How to Celebrate 4th of July via a Sprinter Van Limo in Philadelphia — Part 1

July 4 may still be more than a month away, but time runs fast, and before you know it, we are already gearing up for Independence Day. That is why it would be great to know just what you will be doing on July 4 to celebrate America’s birthday in Philadelphia — which is known was America’s birthplace. Knowing what events have been lined up for the festivities will help you decide early on which ones to attend or join. You can invite some really close friends go to these events and get a sprinter van limo in Philadelphia.

A sprinter van limo in Philadelphia can seat up to 10 people, so you are assured of utmost comfort during the ride. You can even hop from one event to another without having to deal with the problems or hassles of commuting or driving your own car.

So what’s up for the 4th of July here in Philly:

Party on the Parkway

This day-long party on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway — from 20th Street to Eakins Oval — will be really fun for the entire family. There will be food vendors scattered all over the park, interactive fun, and live entertainment for everyone.

Fourth of July Jam Concert

Join in the largest free concert in the country, with performances by John Mayer, Jill Scott, Neo, Grace Potter, J. Cole, Demi Lovato, Ben Taylor, and The Roots.

Fourth of July Grand Fireworks Display

There will be a spectacular and breathtaking fireworks show at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The fireworks is estimated to start at around 10:30 p.m. and are best viewed at these locations:

- The Benjamin Franklin Parkway
- Martin Luther King Drive
- Schuylkill River Park
- Lemon Hill in Fairmount Park
- Kelly Drive
- Best Western Center City
- Bistro St. Tropez
- Embassy Suites Philadelphia
- The Windsor Suites

Enjoy these events and celebrate America’s birthday with friends and family. Get a sprinter van limo in Philadelphia so you do not have to worry about parking.

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