The Holiday week brings a wide array of offerings to Provincetown, and whatever scene you are into, there’s always something happen in Provincetown. In addition to the highlights below, you can browse our online calendar by the day to see all the happenings in town.
Monet X Change at Provincetown Town Hall
The Champion of RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars 4 makes her Provincetown debut over 4th of July weekend with a one night only show on July 2, 2023 at Town Hall. Get your tickets while they are still available!
Learn more and get your tickets on the Art House website.
Boatslip Resort: IndepenDANCE Week
The iconic Boatslip celebrates the holiday with IndepdenDANCE Week from Saturday, July 1st – Saturday, July 8th, with special extended hours – 4pm to 10pm – on the 4th of July so that everyone can enjoy the fireworks from their deck overlooking the harbor.
Other special events at the Boatslip for the holiday include:
Wednesday, July 5th: Stars & Stripes Tea with DJ and Producer Jeremy Blacklow
Thursday, July 6th: Red, White and Blue Pool Party 11a – 3p (Raindate: Friday, July 8th)
Learn more about all the 4th of July events at the Boatslip on their website.
Crown & Anchor presents Revolution: Independence Provincetown
‘The Circuit Boys Are Coming!’ Provincetown’s Independence Week is back and bigger than ever! Featuring 14 revolutionary parties over the 7 day celebration complete with world class DJ’s: Abel, Dan Slater, GSP, Jace M, Morabito, Nina Flowers, The Carry Nation, and their iconic July 4th Beach Party with DJ GRIND. Revolution also features James Cerne, Lazerella, Andrew Lenox, Chris Racine, Tom Yaz, and more!
Learn more about all the 4th of July weeks events at the Crown & Anchor on their website.
July 4th Parade & Fireworks
The 4th of July Parade begins at the Harbor Hotel at 11am and then proceeds down Commercial Street to Franklin Street. Parade entrants will be judged on Most Patriotic, Best in Parade, Best Musical, Children’s, and Adult Floats.
At dusk, there will be fireworks over Provincetown Harbor. Don’t forget to wear your red, white, and blue!