Delray Beach July 4th Celebration

Join us beachside in Delray Beach for #DelrayBeachJ4!

8 AM - 12 PM
Sand Castle Contest located just east of the Pavillion
Want to join in? Signup on the beach before 8 AM with the HOW Foundation

9 AM - 12 PM
Siverball Museum’s Professional Sand Sculpture

5 PM
Flag Raising Ceremony located at Gleason & Atlantic Ave.

5:30 - 9 PM
Main-stage entertainment I TBA

5 - 9 PM
Family activities include:
Putt'n Around Mini-Golf
Craft activities & Face Painting
Interactive Sponsor Booths & More!

9 PM
New This Year: Fireworks launch from a barge just east of the Marriott

Bike 2 the Fourth and enjoy a FREE Bike Valet courtesy of Human Powered Delray.

Make a day out of it!
Come early for the sand castle contests, then head #Downtown for shopping (link) or dining (link).
Here is a link to download the downtowner app and you won’t even need to move your car! (link)

Make a stay out of it!
Check out our local hotels & resorts and find some great deals for Florida Residents. (link)

#MakeItYours #DowntownDelray


Road + Bridge Closure Advisory and Modified Trolley Service  
Start Time: At 1:30pm, East Atlantic Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic from the east side of NE/SE 7th Avenue to Ocean Blvd/SR A1A, including all side roads. In addition, Ocean Blvd/SR A1A will be closed from the south side of Thomas Street to Bucida Street. Road closures will remain in effect until approximately 11 p.m.

All southbound traffic into Delray Beach on Ocean Blvd/SR A1A will be detoured via George Bush Blvd/NE 8th Street to US1/Federal Highway. All northbound traffic into Delray Beach on Ocean Blvd/SR A1A will be detoured via Linton Blvd to US1/Federal Highway.

Boat Traffic Advisory: Atlantic Avenue Bridge will be closed to marine traffic from approximately 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4 to facilitate holiday celebrations. Boaters are advised to use caution during this time. In addition, George Bush Blvd. and Linton Blvd. bridges will also be closed to marine traffic during this time.

Parking: Handicap parking will be available at the public lot to the north of the Marriott on a first-come, first-served basis. Handicap vehicles must have placards and registration when approaching checkpoints. The public is urged to park in Downtown Delray Beach and take the Downtown Roundabout or walk to the beach.

Parking Garages: On Wednesday, July 4, a flat fee of $5 per vehicle will be charged from 10:00 a.m. to closing at the following public parking garages and locations:

Robert Federspiel Parking Garage, 22 SE 1st Avenue

Old School Square Parking Garage, 95 NE 1st Avenue

Please use the new smart meters or the Park Mobile App.

Downtown Roundabout Modified Trolley Service: On Wednesday, July 4, the Downtown Roundabout will operate its regular weekday schedule (ROUTE 1: 6am-7pm; ROUTE 2: 6:45am-11:15pm), providing free roundtrip service along Atlantic Avenue from the Tri-Rail Station on South Congress Avenue to Ocean Blvd/SR A1A.

Beginning at 2 p.m., trolleys will operate on a modified route, providing roundtrip service along Atlantic Avenue from Tri-Rail to NE/SE 7th Avenue. From 7th Avenue, trolleys will travel to SE 1st Street westbound to SE 6th Avenue. Service will continue north on SE 6th Avenue to Atlantic Avenue, and proceed west on Atlantic Avenue. NO SERVICE will be provided east of the Intracoastal until the following day. Due to anticipated traffic, please expect delays during this event.

Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Along Atlantic Ave. and A1A
Atlantic Ave. and Gleason St.
Delray Beach, FL 33483