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Enjoy back-to-back nights of Winston-Salem’s largest Independence Day fireworks show.

Photos courtesy of Winston-Salem Dash; GIF by WStoday

You’re invited to the Dash’s Bolt, White, and Blue Stadium Party on Wednesday, July 3 (6-10 p.m.). This event will feature live music from Reed Foley, Megan Doss + Jon Montgomery, face painting, a tie-dye station, a 360° photo booth, a free kids’ zone, and more. Bonus: The festivities will end with a fireworks show the same size as the post-game Fourth of July show.

Enjoy this family-friendly festival for only $5, then come back and see the Dash play on the Fourth of July, presented by City of Winston-Salem.

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