New Orleans Named One of the Best Cities to Celebrate July 4
Jun 30 2021

New Orleans Named One of the Best Cities to Celebrate July 4

By: Marigny Lanaux

US citizens are gearing up to shoot fireworks and enjoy some patriotic-themed treats to celebrate the Fourth of July this upcoming weekend. Since last year's festivities had to be contained because of the pandemic, people are excited to get decked out in red, white, and blue this year!

WalletHub conducted a study that compared 100 of the largest US cities to determine which are the best for a 2021 Fourth of July Celebration. The cities were compared across five categories: celebrations in the area, affordability, attractions & activities, safety & accessibility, and the weather forecast.

Additionally, the study also looked into a lot of other factors that could impact having a fun July 4. These factors include the legality of fireworks, average beer & wine prices, and the number of Fourth of July festivals & performances. Out of the largest 100 cities in the US, New Orleans is ranked number 11 for being a great place to celebrate Independence Day!

New Orleans is also ranked number 10 for having the best attractions & activities. This makes sense since the weekend of July 4 is jam-packed with fun things to do around New Orleans. The annual Uncle Sam Jam at Lafreniere Park, the Creole Tomato Festival, and the Happy 3rd of July concert at City Park are just a few of the exciting things planned around the city.

Celebrating July 4 in New Orleans is not only fun, but cost-effective. WalletHub talked to numerous financial experts to get their opinion on some of the best saving hacks for people celebrating the holiday. Some of the best tips include packing a cooler, driving to your destination, and taking advantage of outdoor activities. This is great for New Orleans since a lot of the activities are free admission to encourage participation within the community.

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