The Fourth of July is a federal holiday that celebrates the day that America adopted the Declaration of Independence and declared its independence from Great Britain. This day is also known as Independence Day.
The Fourth of July was officially declared a federal holiday in 1941, but the country has been celebrating this day since July 4, 1776. This holiday is recognized as the birth of American independence, and it is celebrated each year with a wide range of festivities including firework shows, parades, concerts and barbecues. It is a day spent celebrating patriotism and has remained an important holiday throughout American history.