Where to party on July 4th in South Florida

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Go Big Pool Party (credit: Surfcomber Pool Parties)

Go Big Pool Party (credit: Surfcomber Pool Parties)

Florida Vacation Guide to July 4 parties in South Florida

South Florida has endless opportunities for partying on July 4th. Here are a few adult ways to spend the Fourth of July in the southern part of the state.

Boston’s on the Beach Red White and Blues Festival

The party started on Friday night and it will continue through the end of the day on Wednesday, the Fourth. Daily concerts on five stages provide fabulous entertainment at Boston’s on the Beach in Delray Beach but there’s also food and fun activities taking place. On Tuesday and Wednesday the festivities are free. Watch the fireworks launched by the City of Delray Beach.

July 4th BBQ Special at Muddy Waters

Muddy Waters, The Key West-themed restaurant/bar in Deerfield Beach, is hosting a pig roast and BBQ on July 4th from 11am until the restaurant closes. For $10.99 get yourself a “whole roasted pig platter” or for $9.99 get a half barbecued chicken. Get a $3 fireworks shot or a stars and stripes drink, also for $3.

July 4th at W Fort Lauderdale Hotel

Honey chipotle ribs, skirt steak, jerk chicken and a variety of other $18 grilled dishes will be prepared  by the W Fort Lauderdale Hotel restaurant chefs for your enjoyment. Enjoy your selection while sipping on “The Patriot” (Bacardi Coco, pina colada, strawberry daiquiri and blue curaçao) or “The Firecracker” (bourbon, fresh strawberry, lemon simple syrup and ginger ale). The fireworks can be viewed from the pool deck. Party music provided by a DJ.

July 4th IndepenDANCE Pool Party

If you’re in Miami Beach for the Fourth, check out the 8th Annual IndepenDANCE Pool Party at the Surfcomber Hotel Pool. Some of the world’s best dance music talent will be poolside for your enjoyment. The lineup this year includes: Roger Sanchez, Normal Doray, Funkagenda, Savoy, Patrick M, Cocodrills, Louis Puig and more.

Tell us…

Will you be partying on July 4th?