For the fourth yr in a row, CNN is slated to broadcast its annual Fourth of July particular, The Fourth in America. It’s considered one of CNN’s largest occasions of the yr, and as such, the community is pulling out the entire stops with the intention to entice viewers who need to have fun America’s 247th birthday from the consolation of their very own houses.
Along with a powerhouse lineup of musical visitors, CNN is internet hosting The Fourth in America from each the East and West Coasts of the U.S. CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash and CNN Anchor Boris Sanchez would be the on-air hosts in Washington DC, whereas their counterparts Victor Blackwell and Cari Champion host the celebration from San Diego.
Now, we’ll reply your burning query about when and the place you may watch CNN’s The Fourth in America.
CNN will formally broadcast The Fourth in America on July 4, 4:00 p.m. PST/ 7:00 p.m. EST, and it’ll run for six hours. In fact, that’s for conventional cable watchers. You may stream The Fourth in America on CNN.com, CNN OTT, CNNGo, or on cell apps beneath TV Channels. However the catch is that solely cable TV subscribers can watch the streaming feed. Whereas a concurrent stream on Max would have been advisable, there is no such thing as a possibility to take action at the moment.
Avril Lavigne, pictured above, was one of many headline performers ultimately yr’s The Fourth in America. Whereas Lavigne is not going to be performing this yr, CNN has lined up a stellar roster of musical artists. Alanis Morrissette, The All-American Rejects, Darius Rucker, Demi Lovato, Duran Duran, Flo Rida, Leon Bridges, Put up Malone, Sheryl Crow, Smash Mouth, Zac Brown Band, and The Plain White T’s are all slated to carry out on the particular. And extra musical visitors may also seem.
Come on, it simply wouldn’t be the Fourth of July with out fireworks. And moderately than saving fireworks for the top, CNN might be broadcasting them all through the six-hour broadcast from cities throughout America together with Boston; Chicago; Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville, Florida; Houston; Nashville; Niagara Falls, New York; New Orleans; New York Metropolis; Philadelphia; St. Louis; San Diego; Seward, Alaska, and Washington, D.C.