6 Reasons to Stay in Prince William County & Manassas this Fourth of July Weekend
Celebrate your freedom in Prince William County and Manassas this Fourth of July weekend. From giant fireworks displays to live music and sporting events, our destination has a little bit of everything to light your sparkler.
Celebrate America is one of the largest fireworks displays in Northern Virginia! Arrive at the event early to get a seat on the Manassas Museum Lawn. Children’s rides start at 3 pm. Concessions, food contests, and novelty vendors open at 4 pm. The fireworks display starts at 9:15 pm. Purchase tickets in advance for a “rooftop experience” so you can get a front-row view of the fireworks display.
July 4, 2016 // 3–10 pm // Cost: Free // Historic Downtown Manassas
Watch professional BMX riders tear up the tracks during the BMX Stars & Stripes Tournament near the Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge.
July 1-3, 2016 // Cost: Parking is $10/day or $25 for the weekend // NOVA BMX Track, Woodbridge
Bring your blanket and chairs, sit back and relax, while enjoying the gorgeous fireworks and green scenery of the park. Free shuttles from the VRE and city hall start at 6 pm. The fireworks display starts at dark.
July 4, 2016 // 5 pm // Cost: Admission is free, Parking is $5 // Signal Hill Park, Manassas Park
What’s a better way to celebrate America’s birthday than with heading to the ballpark and enjoying America’s pastime? Catch the P-Nats wearing their camouflage-style “Military Appreciation Jerseys.” If you purchase a “loaded ticket package” it includes an all-you-can-eat pregame picnic from 5-6:30 pm and a ticket to the game. Stick around after the game for the 4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza, the P-Nat’s biggest fireworks display of the season!
July 4, 2016 // 6:35 pm // Cost: Ticket prices vary // G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium, Woodbridge
Jam out to the sounds of classic rock legends Journey and the Doobie Brothers at Jiffy Lube Live. Make a day of it and tailgate with hamburgers, hot dogs, and a couple of ice cold beers before the show.
July 2, 2016 // 7 pm // Cost: Ticket prices vary // Jiffy Lube Live, Bristow
Experience the Dale City 4th of July Parade. The parade begins at 10 am and will travel down Dale Boulevard and conclude on Gemini Way, near the commuter lot. After the parade make sure to stick around for a “Family Fun Day” in the commuter lot featuring live entertainment, games, and food and craft vendors.
July 4, 2016 // Parade: 10 am- 12 pm, Family Fun Day: 12-2 pm // Cost: Free // Dale City