Need a Soundtrack for your July 4th Celebration? Here it is!


Millions of Americans will be celebrating the July 4th Independence Day holiday by spending time outdoors with their families, friends, and neighbors.

They’ll be grilling hot dogs, hamburgers, steaks, and more!

The kids will be playing, the adults will be chatting, the food will be smoking, and the music will be playing… the question is, what kind of music do you want at your July 4th gathering?

Patriotic Music, of course!

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We’ll we’ve done some searching and found the best patriotic playlist for you to use for your July 4th festivities. It’s over an hour and a half of patriotic music, that you can set to play on a loop giving you an entire afternoon of Independence Day enjoyment.

Just connect your best speakers to your computer, laptop, tablet, phone, or other device, come back to this page and press play on the video below!

Thankfully, YouTube even gives you the option to loop the music so you won’t even have to hassle with the music again for the rest of the day!

You’re welcome and Happy Independence Day!

If you want some other music options, check out some of the videos below:

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