Manassas 4th of July Offers Largest NOVA’s Fireworks Show
MANASSAS, Va. — Manassas will celebrate the 4th of July with Northern Virginia’s largest fireworks display.
The festivities begin at 4 p.m. and include live entertainment, food, and vendors. Fireworks will begin at 9:15 p.m.
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Matt Enik to perform 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Harris Pavillion on Center Street
Matt Enik is a Nashville Singer/Songwriter who combines a variety of musical influences from classic blues and southern rock to modern pop country. Each song in his new album, Matt Enik, is marked by an easy confidence and sount that is unapologetically country. Matt Enik has opened for the likes of Bucky Covington, Craig Campbell, Jason Michael Carroll, Hunter Hayes, Luke Bryan, and Randy Houser.
Circque Italia to perform in Old Town Manassas
Cirque Italia presents some of the most unique aerial acts, hand balancing, contortionists, high wire, and many more surprise performances that are breathtaking. They have created a show that is magical, modern, breathtaking, and most importantly – unforgettable!
The group has been performing a series of shows that ends July 7 at the Prince William County Fairgrounds in Manassas.
As for parking, Manassas spokeswoman Patty Prince said the city’s parking garage at the Virginia Railway Express station will be closed on the holiday.
During the festivities, the Manassas Old Town Parking Garage will be closed because of safety concerns. Parking is available at the commuter lot on Prince William Street, at other surface lots around the city and at Metz Middle School. Handicapped parking will be available at the lot behind 7/11 and the triangular lot located at the intersection of Main and Prince William Streets.
Residents and visitors are reminded not to park in lots where “No Parking” signs are located.