Isn't the answer in the very category in which you have placed this question? Independence Day is celebrated on the 4th of July!
Independence Day in the US (July 4th) is celebrated only in the US. It was our Independence, so we celebrate it.
Independence Day in the US is celebrated on July 4. In Canada, their Independence Day is called Canada Day and is celebrated on July 1. Other countries celebrate their Independence Days on other days, usually on the anniversary of the day they gained their independence.
Most people in the United States do not celebrate the holiday of Boxing Day. The French Independence Day and Greek Independence Day are holidays that are not celebrated in the United States.
Independence Day has been celebrated since 1777, 1 year after America signed the Declaration of Independence.
Greece Independence Day.
Independence Day is celebrated on July 4th. I am not sure if the answer is correct, so please feel free to edit.
Independence day is celebrated on the 31st of August.
Independence Day is celebrated in India on August 15.
Independence in Venezuala is celebrated on July 5th.
Independence Day is celebrated in the US on July 4 Bastille Day is celebrated in France on July 14
Independence day is celebrated on the 4th of July.
Independence days, where celebrated, commemorate the day a particular country became self governing. For example, on July 4th, the US celebrates independence from British rule.
The fourth of July. We capitalize the whole thing, The Fourth of July.
Independence Day in the USA is celebrated every year, on 4th July.
Mexican independence day is celebrated because Mexico got its independence and now is a free country.
The Independence Day of South Korea is celebrated on August 15.
July 4th, 1776. It's called Independence Day. Independence Day has been celebrated every year on July 4th since 1776.
The Texas independence is celebrated on March 2. I am POSITIVE.
trinidad and tobago celebrated independence day because british rule ended
In 1930, January 26th was celebrated as Indian Independence Day.
The Japanese do not celebrate an official Independence Day.
The earliest celebration of a day that I could find was Independence Day. It has been celebrated on the 4th of July since 1777. Independence Day celebrates the signing of the Declaration of Independence and our declaration of becoming a free and independent nation.
Independence Day is an American holiday celebrated every year on July 4th. Usually it is celebrated with a cookout and fireworks. The purpose of the day is to honor the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776.