Visitor Guide

4th of July Weekend Events in Rome

Posted June 17, 2022 by Aixa Rodriguez in Events, Things to Do

Rome has a full weekend of activities planned to help you celebrate the entire holiday weekend! Here is an event round-up:

First Friday Concert

Photo Credit: Mills Fitzner

Photo Credit: Mills Fitzner

Friday, July 1
Get ready to dance and sing all your favorites with Live Exchange Party Band. The fun starts at 7 pm. Parking is available for free at the Fourth Avenue Parking Deck and Third Avenue Parking Deck.

 Colonial Crafts Weekend Workshops

Colonial Crafts Weekend WorkshopsFriday, July 1 – Sunday, July 3
Learn to make colonial crafts like basket weaving, leather, working, quilting, and more!

Liberty Day Celebration

Saturday, July 2

Spend the day in Cave Spring and participate in their day long Liberty Day Celebration. Enjoy a variety of family activities including, 5K run, Sip & Stroll, Independence Day Reenactment, Liberty Pageant, Concert and Fireworks!

Rome Clocktower Tour

Saturday,  July 2
Climb up the 104-foot clocktower to get one of the best views in Rome.
(Tickets are $10 benefiting the Rome Clocktower Restoration Fund)

Downtown History Tours: Places to Worship

Places of Worship tour

Places of Worship tour

Saturday,  July 2
Hop aboard the Roman Chariots for a guided tour of Rome’s historic houses of worship. Get an in-depth look at the history of the building, the beauty of the grounds, and the services offered by the church.

Sulzbacher Roman Holiday

Sunday, July 3
Climb aboard Rome’s 40-passenger excursion boat for the Rolling on the River Public Tour – All American Celebration.

Patriotic Party in the Park

Monday, July 4th
Enjoy live music and fireworks at Ridge Ferry Park. Food trucks are set to serve a variety of foods along with some family fun games and kids’ zone until the start of the show.
Parking is $5

Rome Braves vs Asheville

Monday, July 4th
What’s more American than a good ole game of baseball? Celebrate the Fourth of July with a baseball game and enjoy the firework show after.

For additional events happening during the holiday weekend, check out our events calendar.


About the Author

Aixa Rodriguez is interning with the Georgia's Rome Office of Tourism while she finishes her marketing degree. The native Chicagoan has been living in Rome since 2018 and has loved every moment of it. Her hobbies include spending time with her family and talking walks on Rome's many great trails.

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