The Best Ways To Celebrate 4th of July, From Cheapest to Most Expensive

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The Best Ways To Celebrate 4th of July, From Cheapest to Most Expensive


July 4th is on a Saturday this year and it’s going to be absolutely crazy. There are so many ways to celebrate that you may have trouble deciding. But no worries! Here’s a short list of the best options, ordered by price so you can tailor your revelry to your wallet:


FIXED at Le Bain, $0

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If you want to start your Independence Day partying early, you can start the night before at Le Bain, the rooftop bar at The Standard hotel. The best part: it’s free to enter!


Brooklyn All Stars Party at the Good Room, $10

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The Good Room is the hottest club in Brooklyn right now. For a $10 entry fee, you can throw down on the 4th to techno and house to celebrate America’s birthday. Check out the event details on Fever.


The Attic Rooftop Barbecue, $25


There’s no better way to celebrate the 4th than with some classic barbecue. The Attic Rooftop is hosting a marathon party on Independence Day where you can get your barbecue in the evening and enjoy your cocktails all night.


Rooftop Extravaganza, $30

rooftop view

This is hands-down the best value for a ticket, considering it gains you entry to three rooftop bars and an after-party. Hudson Terrace, Cantina Rooftop, and The Attic Rooftop will all be open to you starting at 10pm, and Highline Ballroom will be open starting at 1am. Get your tickets here!


Party on a Pirate Ship, $115

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[Robert Pittman]
This is the most expensive one but WHO DOESN’T LOVE PIRATES?!?! This party takes place on an authentic replica of a Spanish galleon, and your ticket includes access to an open bar. Pirate-themed attire is not required but highly encouraged.

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