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Celebrating US independence day 2024

In 2024, Americans across the country come together to celebrate Independence Day with fervor and pride. Festivities abound, marked by dazzling fireworks displays lighting up the night sky.

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Thursday, July 4, 2024, is US Independence Day Celebration in downtown Sioux Falls. Free lunch will be served to the first 3,000 guests of the event. There will also be live entertainment and music at the Levitt at the Falls, a 5K fun run/walk beginning at Fawick Park, and a parade down Phillips Avenue that will start at 13th Street and end at Sixth Street. The celebration’s lineup of events includes:

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  • 7:30 a.m.: Registering for the fun run/walk at Fawick Park is required. Although registration is ended, more people can still take part; however, they won’t get a T-shirt.
  • Pets are not permitted. 8 a.m.: Fawick Park hosts a fun run/walk. 10 a.m.: The parade will start at 13th Street and proceed to Sixth Street via Phillips Avenue.
  • On Wednesday, June 26, online registration closes at 5 p.m., but on race day, walk-up entries will be taken starting at 8:15 a.m. at the intersection of First Avenue and 11th Street. 11 a.m.
  • The Levitt Shell will host a picnic with free lunches (a free all-beef hot dog, chips, and water) for the first 3,000 guests. Performance at the Levitt Shell at 11:00 a.m.—Sioux Falls Municipal Band 12 PM: Mogen’s Heroes, an entertainment event at the Levitt Shell.

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On Thursday, July 4, at 8:15 a.m., many blocks of First Avenue, 12th Street, and 13th Street will close in order to stage the procession. Around 9:40 a.m., Phillips Avenue will close. During this time, all east-west routes from 13th Street to Sixth Street will also be closed at Phillips Avenue. After the parade is over, the streets will reopen at approximately 11 a.m. On July 4, those heading east or west through downtown should take 14th Street. Up to 2:00 pm, Phillips Avenue between Seventh Street and Fifth Street will be closed. The City parking lot at Eighth Street and Phillips Avenue will offer accessible parking.

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