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See Which U.S. City is Named Number One for July 4th Celebrations



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When it comes to celebrating Independence Day every city across the U.S. has its own way of celebrating the special day. From fireworks to neighborhood barbecues, parades to beach bashes, Americans households are anticipated to spend $6.8 billion on celebrating the Fourth of July.

In preparation of this year’s Independence Day, Wallethub has compiled a list of the best – and worst – cities in America to celebrate July 4th by comparing the 100 largest cities to see how well they balance fun and the financial cost of celebrating America’s birthday.
Wallethub looked at several criteria, including weather, the duration of firework shows, and the average beer and wine prices in the city.

New York City took first place as the best U.S. city to celebrate the Fourth of July, while San Bernadino, California came in last place.

Did your city make the list? The top ten places to celebrate, according to Wallethub are:

1. New York City, NY
2. Los Angeles, California
3. San Diego, California
4. Washington, DC
5. Las Vegas, NV
6. Dallas, TX
7. Atlanta, GA
8. Chicago, IL
9. San Francisco, CA
10. St. Louis, MO

The cities at the bottom of the 100 list, according to Wallethub are:

90. Winston-Salem, NC
91. Aurora, CO
92. Chula Vista, CA
93. Corpus Christi, TX
94. Laredo, TX
95. Bakersfield, CA
96. Birmingham, AL
97. Hialeah, FL
98. Lubbock, TX
99. Memphis, TN
100. San Bernadino, CA