Watch Live: US Embassy's 4th of July Celebrations

Party to include live music and speeches from Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and US Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan.

July 3, 2012 13:18
Fourth of July celebrations

Fourth of July celebrations 390. (photo credit: Courtesy US Embassy)


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Over 3,000 guests, including government officials, members of the Knesset, top IDF brass, members of the diplomatic corps, academics and NGO workers will attend the US Embassy's Fourth of July celebration Tuesday evening, and JPost is streaming it live!

Speakers will include Ambassador Dan Shapiro, President Shimon Peres, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan.

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The event will also include fireworks and musical performances, including an appearance by legendary folk singer Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary.

Watch the events unfold live here:

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