rthouse square after its adoption in 1776. On this July 4, crowds will celebrate Independence Day as community groups and bands march past that same spot.
Independence Day in Loudoun is a multi-day celebration—this year it stretches a full week—marked by community parades, concerts and lots of fireworks.
The biggest gathering will be in Leesburg, where thousands will line King Street for the annual parade at 10 a.m. and then return to Ida Lee Park in the evening for family fun, food, musical performances and the county’s largest fireworks display. That’s a recipe that will be served up in communities all across the county from South Riding to Hillsboro and Middleburg to Lovettsville.