R&B trio Boyz II Men celebrated the Fourth of July in Philadelphia, participating in various Independence Day activities.


The group performed a concert in front of a massive crowd, alongside Mary J. BligeMandy Gonzalez (from Hamilton), The Philly POPS, Tony DeSare, and Luis Figueroa. The group was originally from Philadelphia, and the city recently renamed a major roadway Boyz II Men Boulevard. The concert was done in honor of the hometown singers.

Great day back in our own hood. Blessed with our own street! Thank you Philly!!! #boyziimenblvd

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Some lucky ladies in the crowd are getting some roses from @boyziimen ??

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In addition to singing, Boyz II Men were honored by the city.

SO much love for this city… THANK U @july4thphilly!!!

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The Boyz also gave a special reading of select lines from the Declaration of Independence at Independence Hall in the City of Brotherly Love. “This country belongs to everyone,” added city Mayor Jim Kenney. “It belongs to men and women, black, white, brown, immigrants, LGBTQ, everyone.”

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