We Love New England: Bristol Fourth of July Parade
BRISTOL, R.I. (WLNE) — The longest running Fourth of July celebration in the United States is back in Bristol this weekend.
Bristol’s Fourth of July Parade has been a longstanding tradition has been running since 1785.
The parade will start on Monday at 10:30 a.m. There are about 20 floats and 13 bands are expected to participate.
Chestnut and Naomi Streets will close at 7 a.m., as does Sherry Avenue.
Route 114 will close at 8 a.m., Route 136 will stay open.