Paramus 4th of July Fireworks & Food Truck Festival

The Paramus 4th of July Committee is teaming up with Just Jersey Fest and bringing even more bang to the Paramus Celebration on July 4th! This year, celebrate the Fourth of July with not only fireworks, but the addition of a gourmet Food Truck Festival featuring 20 trucks, beer, sangria & margarita garden, Axe Throwing, DJ, inflatables, vendors, Face Painting & kids activities.

Join the party at the Garden State Plaza (back lot across from Lord & Taylors & next to Gennarelli Sports Plex) starting at 2pm through 8:30pm & make your day delicious while waiting for the spectacular Fireworks show starting at dusk.
Spend your day relaxing with family and friends, drink in hand, spend your holiday full to the brim with American pride by enjoying culinary delights and festive desserts — and partying with loved ones until the fireworks light up the night sky.

Bring your appetite, chairs & blankets.
Dogs welcome but please leave them home for the Fireworks.

***WE ARE ASKING ALL ATTENDEES TO BRING A NON-PERISHABLE CANNED OR BOXED ITEM TO HELP SUPPORT THE PARAMUS FOOD PANTRY.. Please help those less fortunate.

Beer & Sangria Garden:
TBA
• Senor Sangria - Red & White
• Margarita

*Alcohol MUST stay within the confines of the festival fencing*

Current list of trucks (check back for updated List of Trucks):

• Chef J's Latin Dragon
• Chick Wings & Things
• Cold Stone Creamery
• Cubano X-Press
• Doughnut Evolution
• Fresh Catch Streats
• Good Food = Good Mood
• Hills on Wheels
• Hold My Knots
• House of Cupcakes
• Johnny Zeppoli
• Kona Ice
• The Little Sicilian
• Lomo Truck
• Ma & Pa Tex Mex BBQ - The Pineapple King
• Rolling Pita
• Shake It Up Desserts
• Taxi Cab Burgers
• Who Cut The Cheese Lady
• Zoelily Empanadas

Sunday, July 4, 2021
2:00pm - 8:30pm
Admission: $5
Kids under 5 FREE
Garden State Plaza
One Garden State Plaza Paramus, NJ

Please share and invite your family, friends & colleagues.
For vendor related questions and information, reach out directly to Just Jersey Fest. justjerseyfest@aol.com

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Sun, July 04
2:00 pm — 9:00 pm
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The Paramus 4th of July Committee is teaming up with Just Jersey Fest and bringing even more bang to the Paramus Celebration on July 4th! This year, celebrate the Fourth of July with not only fireworks, but the addition of a gourmet Food Truck Festival featuring 20 trucks, beer, sangria & margarita garden, Axe Throwing, DJ, inflatables, vendors, Face Painting & kids activities.

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