5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

by | Jul 4, 2020 | Entertainment, Events, Headlines

Happy Fourth of July weekend, Worcester! The city fireworks have been cancelled, but you can still set your weekend off with a bang! 

ThisWeekinWorcester.com has a list of five events to make your weekend spectacular. Enjoy this Saturday and Sunday with booming music, virtual fireworks, historic tours, and more! 


End your Independence Day weekend with rock and roll! 

Visit the Worcester Marine Corps League [MCL] located at 181 Lake Avenue this Sunday from 3 PM to 6 PM for live music.

The band Bone City is scheduled to perform. Sit by the lake, snack on tasty food, and listen to the rockin’ music. 


Get a great deal! 

Stop by the Little Store at 242 Canterbury Street in Worcester for their flea market.

You can start shopping at 8 AM and you will be surprised at the treasures you will find, including lawn mowers, tools, vinyl records, and more!


Celebrate America’s holiday with a virtual extravaganza you will not want to miss!

Carry on the Bostonian tradition of listening to the Pops bring in the Fourth of July.

This Saturday, tune into channel 7 to see A Boston Pop Salute to Our Heroes. The show will highlight musical artists like pop icon Andy Grammar and the celebrity Queen Latifah.

It will also highlight blues, folk, and banjo music! It all ends with a bang with a prerecorded fireworks display! 


Celebrate the red, white, and blue with red white, and brew! 

Seven Saws Brewing at 1148 Main Street in Holden is holding special holiday hours at their beer garden!

Raise a pint this Saturday or Sunday from 12 PM to 6 PM to commemorate Independence Weekend. Order on tap and enjoy the live acoustics! 


Retrace the history of our nation this Saturday! 

Kick off the Fourth of the July with a tour that won’t make your feet sore.

Boston by Foot is airing their virtual tour of the Freedom Trail this Saturday starting from 10 to 11:30 AM.

Reserve your ticket for $17.76 to follow guides as they visit the Boston Common, Paul Revere’s House, the Bunker Hill Monument, and so many other places. 


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Heather Cameron is a graduate of Worcester State University with a Bachelor's degree in English and Education and a Master's degree in English. She is an adaptable writer and has worked with multiple genres including literary analyses, book critiques, ethnographies, how-to-guides, and an extensive Master's thesis that focused on the field of journalism. She is excited to contribute to a news source that concentrates on a city that holds many wonderful memories for her.