Admission, rides and shows are all free of charge while food and drink are available for purchase onsite.
Mount Holly Deputy Mayor Rich DiFolco announced that Mount Holly Township will be hosting their annual Independence Day Celebration on Sunday, July 2 from 5 to 11 p.m. The celebration will be held in Ironworks Park, located at 157 Wollner Drive in Mount Holly. This event is open to the public — admission, rides and shows are all free of charge while food and drink are available for purchase onsite.
Sponsored by Lucas Automotive Group, PSE&G, Pennoni and Virtua Hospital, this year’s celebration will feature a variety of fun, free, family-friendly activities. Children and adults are invited to enjoy rides, bounce houses, a trackless train, slides, a glow-in-the-dark hula-hoop presentation and more. Additionally, the event will boast more than 35 different food vendors from around the region offering delicious culinary options sure to satisfy everyone’s palate, and a beer tent featuring local breweries like Spellbound Brewing and Village Idiot Brewing Company for attendees 21 years and older. The celebration will also feature live music and special demonstrations from 5 to 9 p.m. from The Counterfeiters, Shoresyde Duo, Who Know’s, and Dayna Fisher (“The Hoop Ninja” who recently competed on American Ninja Warrior).
The celebration will conclude with a spectacular themed fireworks display, which is set to begin promptly at sundown.