BRISTOL, R.I. (WPRI) — The Bristol 4th of July Committee announced on Sunday that it is moving forward with plans for a full celebration.
The group says it is planning everything; parade, concerts, fireworks, and family events — but will adjust and adapt if necessary.
Fireworks are scheduled for Sunday, July 4, with the parade happening on the following day on July 5.
Due to COVID-19, the traditional parade was scaled back last year to a vehicle procession that lasted about thirty minutes.
You can learn more about the nation’s oldest fourth of July celebration on the committee’s official website.