Phourth of July in Philadelphia!

Celebrate the nation’s birthday in style with all of the fantastic events to see and do in the city of brotherly love!

What’s more patriotic than enjoying a sun filled afternoon in the country’s founding city?

Take a leisurely stroll in Graduate Hospital. Cruise the multicultural tapestry that is the Italian Market in Bella Vista. Or celebrate with a couple of pints in the art-filled enclave that is Fishtown.

There will be a parade at Independence Mall in historic Olde City. But that's not only event; the city is jam packed with entertainment options this holiday weekend!

Wawa, providers of fine coffee and  hoagies, is hosting a lively- and free!- concert in the lovely Fairmout area of the city. The Wawa Welcome America Concert will feature headline acts such as Mary J. Blige and Philadelphia’s own Boyz II Men.

Come enjoy music, sunshine and refreshments in one of the most iconic parts of the city. And if you’re more inclined to quiet appreciation of the city’s arts, you’ll enjoy the Free Art Museum Days, wherein the city’s museum open their doors for all to come appreciate their treasures.

The city is alive and buzzing with festivities and offers many opportunities to celebrate founding of the country, with song, dance, parades and laughter. Remember to stay cool, stay hydrated and enjoy the all the city has to offer.

The founding of the country represents freedom that is unique to America. At InvestPhilly, we don't take those  freedoms lightly or for granted.  Everyday, people looking for properties in and around the city put their faith in us to deliver on their goals. We do not take that for granted either and hold ourselves to the highest standards of professionalism.

The InvestPhilly Team wishes you and yours a relaxing and enjoyable 4th of July. And as always, if you happen across a condo, apartment, house or any property that catches your eye, our team has the experience, skills and drive to help bring you home. That’s the InvestPhilly Promise.

The Mattatuck Drum Band, the oldest fife and drum band in the United States with continuous membership since its founding in 1767 displays historically accurate period costumes on Market Street. Image Courtesy of @stanleyphoto

The Mattatuck Drum Band, the oldest fife and drum band in the United States with continuous membership since its founding in 1767 displays historically accurate period costumes on Market Street. Image Courtesy of @stanleyphoto