The Mandatory Guide to Celebrating a Fourth of July Without Fireworks

Coronavirus has killed a lot of things: our social lives, our sex lives, eating out, music festivals, and more. But we won’t let it ruin our favorite summer holiday: the Fourth of July. Especially this year, when Independence Day falls on a Saturday, which means we deserve a full weekend of debauchery, beer drinking, and outdoorsy fun. Since attending a fireworks show probably isn’t on your itinerary this year because of potential COVID-19 exposure, we had to brainstorm on how to make our nation’s birthday great while staying safe. Check out this Mandatory guide to celebrating a Fourth of July fireworks and plan accordingly.

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