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Borgata 4th of July fireworks show to feature 'American Idol' finalist from Galloway
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Borgata 4th of July fireworks show to feature 'American Idol' finalist from Galloway

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ATLANTIC CITY — A Fourth of July musical fireworks display at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa will kick off with a performance by 19-year-old “American Idol” finalist and Galloway Township resident Mara Justine.

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Justine will sing the national anthem ahead of the fireworks show, scheduled for 9:20 p.m. Public viewing is available from the surface lot starting at 6 p.m., with self-parking at $5 and valet parking at $10.

The 20-minute show will be choreographed to music. It can be heard on radio station WAYV-FM 95.1.

Justine competed on “American Idol” during its 2018 season. She made it into that season’s top 14 finalists before being eliminated.

— Ahmad Austin

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