UPDATE: Plymouth Concert, Falmouth Fireworks Postponed Due to Weather

HYANNIS – Plymouth’s Fourth of July concert has been moved to Wednesday night due to inclement weather across the region.

The Plymouth Philharmonics waterfront show has been rescheduled to 7:30 pm. The show will feature a reading of excerpts from the Declaration of Independence as well as music from the 1812 Overture and more.

Falmouth’s fireworks show as also moved to Wednesday night at dusk at the Falmouth Heights ball field.

The following are initial updates to this story:


UPDATE: 10:15 a.m.: The Yarmouth Police Department has advised that the town’s Fourth of July fireworks show, originally scheduled for dusk at the Falmouth Heights ball field, has been postponed due to the forecasted weather.

Planners have advised that the show will now be held Wednesday, July 5 at the same time and place.

Initial updates to this story can be found below.


UPDATE: 9:40 a.m.: Due to the forecast for Tuesday night, the Cape Symphony has announced that their concert to commemorate Independence Day at Hyannis’ Aselton Park has been cancelled. No rain date for the event is scheduled.

Planners for additional celebrations in Downtown Hyannis noted that other festivities are still on track to be held.

The original story can be found below.


Celebrations commemorating Independence Day across Cape Cod are currently still a go, even amid a mixed forecast for the day and night.

The latest report from the National Weather Service as of 8:45 a.m. Tuesday morning shows likely rain along with a chance of thunderstorms. Planners for parades in areas like Barnstable Village, Orleans, and  Wellfleet said that those events will take place even during showers. It’s worth noting that the chance for thunderstorms leads other festivities subject to change as the day continues.

All updates on Independence Day events locally will be provided here on CapeCod.com.

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