Early-risers set up along the Bristol Fourth of July parade route
BRISTOL, R.I. (WLNE) — People secured their spot for the Bristol Fourth of July parade bright and early Tuesday morning.
The parade, marking its 238th year, is considered America’s most continuous Fourth of July celebration.
The annual celebration has coined Bristol as the most patriotic town in the country.
It held its traditional fireworks display Monday night, after several communities delayed their displays due to weather concerns.
The parade, rain or shine, will step off at 10:30 a.m. ABC 6 News put together a list of what spectators will need to know.