Stars and stripes, fireworks and cookouts, red, white and blue; we’ve put together 5 ways to celebrate the Fourth of July in Bermuda Run for you!
Fourth of July celebrations are only a few days away but there’s still time for you to make plans to Do A 180 to Bermuda Run to celebrate.
Celebrate with Live Music and Pizza at Tanglewood Pizza Company
The festivities start over at Tanglewood Pizza Company. On July 2nd, TPC is having live music by The Nomads from 6-9 PM and on July 3rd TPC is hosting Boxcar Echoes from 6-9PM. Spending the weekend with a wood fired pizza, ice cold beer, good friends and family and live music at Tanglewood Pizza Company is a great way to start off your Independence Day celebrations.
Celebrate with Dessert, Live Music and A Firework Teaser
If you’re looking for a firework spectacular, look no further! Stop by Bermuda Run’s favorite local bakery, Maddie Cakes, for a red, white and blue dessert and then head over to Davie County
Community Park for a live musical performance by Too Much Sylvia followed by a booming firework show. The event will be held on July 3rd from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. and the FIREWORKS will begin at 9:30 p.m. and last roughly 5 minutes.
Celebrate with a Bang at Rich Park
On July 4th, you can Do A 180 to Bermuda Run, grab your chips and guac from Los Toritos and head over to Rich Park in Mocksville for a picnic while watching a full firework display. The firework show will begin at dark; roughly 9:30 PM.
Celebrate at Home with Friends and Family
If you’d rather stay home to celebrate The Fourth, make sure you pick up all your grilling supplies from Steelman’s Ace Hardware and then Do A 180 back home and enjoy a delicious cookout with your friends and family.
P.S. If you need a patriotic outfit for your Fourth of July Celebration, Do A 180 to Bermuda Run and stop by South & Main Boutique! There’s something red, white and blue for everyone!
Celebrate with Your Neighbors
The Fourth of July Parade in Kinderton Village is back on July 4th at 3PM. Decorate your wagons, bikes, golf carts and scooters to take part in this celebratory parade. Or, you can enjoy the parade and cheer on the participants from your lawns and sidewalks. The parade will be led by police and fire departments and refreshments will be available at the end of the parade in the clubhouse.
No matter how you are celebrating, we hope that you find ways to Do A 180 to Bermuda Run to live, eat, and play in our beautiful community!