Wawa Welcome America! Fourth of July in Philadelphia
The nation's birthplace is still the best place to celebrate America's birthday. Welcome America!, Philadelphia's multi-day marathon of Independence Day events, is packed with films, food, dancing, a parade, patriotic ceremonies, free concerts and fireworks. Philadelphia is the only place to celebrate the Fourth of July.
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