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Statesboro Firecracker Festival Will Go On As Planned This Year

The annual Fourth of July celebration in Statesboro is expected to go on as usual this year.

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As COVID-19 numbers across the state continue to improve, the Statesboro Firecracker Festival organizers have no intention of canceling the open-air gathering. The Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks & Recreation Department recently published the event schedule on their official website.

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This year’s festival will take place on July 3.

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Mill Creek Park is expected to host patrons for the celebration with activities for kids, a full fireworks display, and live music by Sweetwater Junction as well.

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You can find the full schedule of events here. Also on the site is a list of permissible items for watching the fireworks and the 2021 traffic plan for getting to the park.

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