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Independence at the Beach

Erica Martin - Thursday, June 23, 2016
Independence Day

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There’s no better place to watch the fireworks than the beach! From sun up to sun down, the day is filled with picnics and parades, family and friends, fireworks and food. If you’re deciding where to spend your holiday weekend, well…you’re in luck! Rehoboth Beach has got you covered! 

BEACH 

Snag your spot on the beach because the fun has just begun. Bring the family or join some friends for the long summer beach day ahead. Barbecues and picnics galore, tanning in the sun with some dips in the shore. 

BOARDWALK 

Breakup the day with a stroll above the sand. Cool off with some ice cream, Shop for souvenirs, Take the kids to Funland. Nothing but exciting attractions along Rehoboth’s quaint all-American boardwalk. 

FOOD 

From reservations to walk in’s, picnics to barbecues, you can’t go wrong with any of our local spots. Plan eating on the early side as the after dinner entertainment is one you won’t want to miss. 

BANDSTAND 

Keep the night alive with outside performances in the heart of Rehoboth. Just in time for some after dinner entertainment, stop by and enjoy performances all weekend long. 

FIREWORKS 

Experience the beautiful firework show light up the beach! 30 minutes of back-to-back illusions bringing families and friends in awe.

Independence Day Events, Fireworks & More

Erica Martin - Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Independence Day Events

When it comes to summer in Rehoboth Beach, 4th of July is absolutely one of the season’s highlights. Even locals can’t think of anything better than relaxing on a long stretch of sand watching the extraordinary fireworks light up the sky. It’s that annual event no one wants to miss!

Independence Day celebrations are a weekend event this year at the Delaware Beaches. Experience extravagant firework shows on July 4th in Dewey Beach, and on July 5th in Rehoboth Beach. These dazzling displays can be seen all along the beachfront and shoreline. Just grab a beach towel and snag a spot and we guarantee you will have the most memorable experience.

Musical entertainment will commence at the bandstand before and after the Rehoboth Beach firework show. Attendees will also enjoy fantastic entertainment at the beaches local bars and restaurants in light of the festivities. DART Busses and the Jolly Trolley will be running all weekend long for easy transportation in and out of the town.

Have a safe and enjoyable Holiday!

Celebrate Independence Day!

Sprout Developer - Wednesday, July 02, 2014
Independence Day

Break out the red, white and blue, baby, because it’s here - the ‘big daddy’ of summer holidays - Independence Day! When it comes to this sparkling and illustrious occasion, Rehoboth Beach is no slouch and we guarantee you will have a most memorable experience. Here is the scoop regarding the holiday happenings taking place in town on the BIG night! 

On Friday, July 4 at approximately 9:15 p.m, a spectacular fireworks extravaganza, hosted by Rehoboth Beach Main Street (RBMS), will be launched from the beach. This dazzling display will be visible up and down the boardwalk and shoreline so grab your blanket or beach towel and come down a little early to snatch up a great spot. Catch a live concert with the Funsters, who will perform at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand before and after the fireworks. For easy transportation in and out of town, the Jolly Trolley and DART buses will run from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. 

The Annual Main Street Fireworks Display is funded entirely through donations from Rehoboth Beach visitors, citizens and area businesses. To be a part of this wonderful community event please visit the RBMS website to donate and help make this year’s show the biggest ever! 

The rain date is Saturday, July 5. The decision to reschedule will be made late Friday afternoon and updated information will be posted on the RBMS website.

Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!

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