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City of Fall River announces full list of activities across the waterfront for July 4th



(FALL RIVER, MA- June 22, 2023)- Mayor Coogan has announced that there will be additional programming for the City of Fall River’s July Fourth fireworks display, all along the waterfront for the evening of Tuesday, July 4th, 2023, sponsored by BayCoast Bank.

The fireworks over the Taunton River will begin at 9 p.m. Prior to the fireworks display, there will be music and food trucks at the City Pier, Heritage State, and Veteran’s Memorial Bicentennial Parks.

The following activities will start at 5 p.m. at these locations:

Senator Thomas Norton City Pier:

Face painting
Airbrush & Glitter Tattoos
Photo booth

Food trucks:
· Green Jar Cocina
· What’s Up Cupcake
· Ice N’ Roll
· Troy City- Beer Garden
· Party With Primo- Wine & Sangria

Heritage State Park Meadow:

DJ Eric Jussaume

Food trucks (located along Heritage State bike path):
· Friskie Fries
· Black Dog Donut
· Cool Licks Ice Cream
· Supa Dupa
· Blount
· Gnarly Vine Farms
· Del’s Lemonade

Veteran’s Memorial Bicentennial Park:

There will be a sunset concert with the 215th Army band performing patriotic classics. There will also be the 101st FA gun salute. The performance will run from front of the Iwo Jima Monument. The Dorothy Cox Ice Cream Cart and Big Dog Eats are the two food trucks that will be in attendance during the performance.

The following morning, Wednesday, July 5th, the Mayor’s Office will lead a volunteer clean-up around the waterfront. Anyone who wants to volunteer should meet outside the Heritage Park Visitors Center at 8 a.m. where tools and supplies will be available.

Here are the free event parking locations for the event:
Pearl Street Garage- Shuttle Service
Stan & Paul’s Lot- 1048 Davol Street
Executive Plaza Lot- 101 President Ave.
Narrows Lot – 16 Anawan Street
Morton/North Park Lot – Hood Street
J. Karam Management Lot – 10 N. Main Street

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