Fort Myers Beach Fourth of July: Fireworks And Parade Postponed


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Yucatan Beach Stand's float in the Fort Myers Beach Fourth of July Parade. Its a red white and blue themed float pulled by a white monster truck. A giant tiki is riding on the float.

COME CELEBRATE THE 4TH OF JULY ON FORT MYERS BEACH

The Fourth of July fireworks and parade have been postponed due to COVID-19 but their is still plenty of beach fun to be had! Join us on Fort Myers Beach for Independence Day.

EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY

There are plenty of great restaurants where you can eat and drink throughout the day. Click here for information on Happy Hours and check out our live music page to see who has entertainment. You might also enjoy taking a boat cruise to enjoy the local wildlife or you may want to visit one of our local parks.

MASKS REQUIRED

Starting at midnight July 2 anyone over the age of six will be required to wear a mask if they are unable to social distance. You must have a mask on hand and ready for use whether indoors or outdoors.

Restaurant customers can take their masks off when eating and drinking and people in beauty salons and barbershops can remove their face coverings when receiving services.

Please read the Florida Governor’s and Surgeon General’s safety recommendations for the Fourth of July weekend.

FIREWORKS PROHIBITED

The Town Council reminds everyone that fireworks are illegal everywhere and at all times on the beach and throughout the Town even though the state of Florida’s rules are more lax. Read the Town’s ordinance about fireworks. Fireworks are harmful to the large variety of natural resources in the beach environment in addition to being fire hazards.

PARKING

The Salty Sam's float in the Fort Myers Beach Fourth of July Parade. Their advertising wrapped passenger van is pulling a replica of the Salty Sam's Pirate Ship.