Mayor William Peduto today announced details of the City of Pittsburgh’s 2021 Independence Day Celebration taking place Sunday, July 4 from 6 – 10 p.m. in Point State Park. The July 4 festivities will feature bands, food vendors, the ALCOSAN Family Activities Area and other entertainment. Fireworks will illuminate the skyline beginning at twilight.
“It's time to get together and celebrate our life and independence – together,” said Mayor William Peduto. “After a year of suffering there is no better way to do that than joining our neighbors for the most Pittsburgh of all things, which of course is a giant fireworks display.”
The day’s main attraction, the spectacular Independence Day Fireworks presented by Pyrotecnico, will begin at 9:35 pm. Tune in to 100.1 FM KDKA for a live broadcast of a 25-minute fireworks soundtrack paying tribute to Independence Day. Viewers can watch the celebration from home live on WPXI-TV.
CITY OF PITTSBURGH INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION HIGHLIGHTS
1:00 – 5:30 p.m. Fort Pitt Museum family-friendly activities
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ALCOSAN Family Activities Area
6:30 p.m. East Wind Symphonic Band
7:15 p.m. Munhall Community Band
8:00 p.m. River City Brass
9:35 p.m. Independence Day Fireworks presented by Pyrotechnico*
*simulcast on WPXI-TV and 100.1 FM KDKA
Attendees will be required to pass through security checkpoints when entering Point State Park. Additional safety information and a list of prohibited items is on the event website.
The City of Pittsburgh and its Office of Special Events thank the following organizations for sponsoring the Independence Day festivities: Pyrotechnico, ALCOSAN, National Flag Foundation, WPXI-TV and Audacy Pittsburgh (100.1 FM and AM 1020 KDKA, 100.7 Star, 93.7 The Fan and Y-108).