Thousands attend Independence Day fireworks in downtown Atlanta

Look Up Atlanta celebrates America's 246th birthday by showcasing its sports teams, cultural diversity, food and art, among other great things.

Two years later, the largest fireworks show in the Southeast took place in Atlanta, which was attended by thousands of people.

The entire fireworks show started 25 minutes late as a big truck was parked in front of the stage. But the enthusiasm of the people was worth seeing.

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Youth Orchestra and singer Angelica Hale performed at the Centennial Olympic Park fireworks show.

The players of Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Dream were also present on this occasion. But at 5 o'clock in the evening, the park was vacated for some time due to the storm.

But as soon as a thunderstorm struck just over downtown Atlanta, all was well and the festivities were resumed.

Everyone knows that many shows could not take place due to Corona epidemic and they were postponed. This festival is for the first time after the pandemic, so there was full enthusiasm among the people too.

The celebration, which took place at the Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, was made huge and a giant firework is seen lighting up the sky.

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