The City of Clermont’s annual Fourth of July celebration returns. Red, White & Boom is is planned for 7-10 p.m. Sun., July 4 at Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St.
“We’re happy to bring back this popular patriotic event for our Clermont community, especially after a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19,” Interim City Manager Susan Dauderis says.
The 2021 celebration is scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m. at the Highlander Pavilion with opening remarks from Clermont Mayor Tim Murry, the singing of the National Anthem, a presentation by the City of Clermont Honor Guard and an invocation.
This free, family-friendly evening includes over 15 food trucks, vendors, a live DJ and an aerialist show. Classic Independence Day treats like hot dogs and ice cream will be available for purchase throughout the night, as will beer and wine.
An 18-minute fireworks display officials say they are expecting to be “spectacular,” will take place and over Lake Minneola starting at 9:15 p.m. This year, there is a new additional viewing area at Victory Pointe, 938 Victory Way.
Bring your own chairs or blankets to enjoy the show. Free parking is available in all public lots.
Additionally, if interested in being a vendor at the celebration, there’s still time to register by downloading the required application at www.ClermontFL.gov/events.