Newport got it right this year and will have fireworks on the actual Fourth of July! Kicking off the month with a fireworks display, the city of Newport will be in full swing for the summer. Looking for something else to do when you’re not at the beach…Check out our July picks below:
July 2nd – Cars and Coffee – Fort Adams
July 4th – Reading of the Declaration of Independence – Colony House
July 4th -23rd – Newport Classical Music Festival
July 6th – Newport Film – After the Bite
July 8th – IYRS Summer Gala
July 8th – 9th – Newport Kite Festival
July 9th – Cars and Coffee – Chateau-Sur-Mer
July 13th – Newport Film – Forte
July 14th – Newport Greek Festival
July 15th – Park & Picnic – Fort Adams
July 16th-23rd – INFOSYS Hall of Fame Open
July 20th – Newport Film – Food & Country
July 22nd – Craft Brew Races
July 22nd – Newport Dance Festival
July 27th – Newport Film – Ron Delsener Presents
July 28th-30th – Newport Folk Festival
July 30th – Cars & Coffee McAuley Hall at Salve Regina University
July is filled with great concerts, festivals, and live music. Newport has a diverse art and music scene from intimate outdoor settings to late night rock and roll and dueling pianos. Here’s a lineup of what the July music scene has to offer.
– NIMfest Concerts in King Park
– Live music at restaurants and bars – Here is a list Discover Newport has pulled together
Newport is known for its mansions but they offer so much more than just house tours. Comprising 10 properties with extensive events, guest speakers, and programming, take a look inside ‘The Gilded Age’, peek ‘Beneath the Breakers’, stroll the garden series at Green Animals, or attend one of their large-scale festivals. Check out Newport Mansions for more information.
Newport loves mudslides! There is an unofficial mudslide competition between bars and restaurants in Newport and surrounding areas. The benchmark many aspire to is The Oar on Block Island which is an easy day trip by ferry from Perrotti Park. If you don’t feel like leaving the island, check out Mudslide Mondays at Hotel Viking, The Black Pearl, O’Brien’s Pub, The Red Parrot, and most notably, the Marina Café and Pub.
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