Spectacular Lehigh Valley 4th of July and Historical Celebrations

Lehigh Valley residents can enjoy a variety of spectacular 4th of July celebrations close to Signature Homes by J.T. Maloney communities. From the “Great American Blast” at Coca-Cola Park to local July 4th fireworks displays and farmers’ market celebrations, the Lehigh Valley offers plenty to do to celebrate Independence Day.

Nestled in the hills of eastern Pennsylvania, Lehigh Valley is home to the charming, historic cities of Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. Situated just 90 minutes west of Manhattan and 60 minutes north of Philadelphia, the Lehigh Valley boasts easy access from major highways and an international airport, to provide even more opportunities for out of town guests to enjoy 4th of July festivities with friends and family members living in Signature Homes by J.T. Maloney communities. Check out Lehigh Valley Business for a full 4th of July 2021 event schedule.

Kickoff the Holiday Weekend in Allentown

Come out to Coca-Cola Park on Saturday, July 3rd to kick off the holiday weekend. Home to the Lehigh Valley IronPigs minor league baseball team, Coca-Cola Park, an 8,278-seat baseball park in Allentown, Pennsylvania, is hosting the Great American Blast. The event features a variety of food truck options, stadium concessions, family fun and live music, as well as the ballpark’s biggest and most spectacular fireworks show.

Spectacular July 4th Fireworks Views in Bethlehem

Sand Island is known as one of the best spots to catch a spectacular fireworks display. The fireworks can be seen from all over the city, especially the area surrounding the City Center Plaza on East Church Street. Levitt Pavillion SteelStacks also offers impressive Independence Day fireworks views over the city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania along with a stacked event schedule including walking tours and live music courtesy of The Allentown Band.

Historical Community Celebrations and Fresh, Local Produce in Easton

On Saturday, July 3rd, come by the Easton Farmers’ Market on the Riverfront at Scott Park. Established in 1752 in downtown Easton, the Easton Farmer’s Market is known as the oldest, continuous open-air market in the nation. In fact, on July 10th, the EFM it will be celebrating 269 years of offering fresh and locally grown foods since before the American Revolutionary War. The celebration continues July 11th with Easton Heritage Day, a free, full-day family festival showcasing local history, with kids activities and a spectacular evening fireworks display over the Forks of the Delaware.

Lehigh Valley is an amazing place to live, offering residents the best of all worlds. A beautiful backdrop of pastoral farmlands and rolling country roads, great schools and universities, world-renowned hospitals, shopping, dining, farmers markets, music festivals, amusement parks, ski resorts, outdoor recreation, golf and historical attractions all within reach at a price that is affordable. Live in the Lehigh Valley home of your dreams. Contact Signature Homes by J.T. Maloney today to learn more about our new home construction communities.