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Fourth of July fun on the coast

From fishing tournaments to historical re-enactments, the day was filled with fourth of July celebrations on the Gulf Coast.
In Pensacola, Seville Square was packed with people all day as the Sertoma Clubs threw a party for America's birthday.

Pensacola Beach and downtown lit up with fireworks tonight.
The day may have ended with fireworks, but it also kicked off with a bang.

Perfect weather for a fun-filled day at Seville Square. It was a one-stop shop for entertainment.

"We love to come down here and play all the games and feed all the animals. And watch the fireworks," said Nick Niesler.

There were dozens of vendors selling all sorts of items, along with a petting zoo featuring bunnies and ducks, and pony rides for the whole family.
There was something fun to do around every corner.

"I would say the pony over here is pretty cool. Otherwise, it's a fantastic day!" said Dennis Doheny.

People were decked out in red, white, and blue celebrating Independence Day.
And some interesting characters showed up, like this T-Rex walking around the Square.
There were sights to see and plenty of to smell. From BBQ to delicious treats.

"I like the corn dogs. Corn dogs are my favorite," said Emma Allen.