The fireworks show is set for June 11.
The event is expected to draw more than 50 million people.
For more than a year, the event has been postponed by the National Park Service after President Donald Trump signed a proclamation canceling the park service’s designation as a “Fireworks Operator.”
But the decision has been challenged by the public.
The park service said in a statement that it’s not a threat to public safety and that the decision to cancel the event was made to preserve the site’s “historical value.”
It said it would review its policy for future events.
What to pack for the fireworks show: Bring: 1 bag or larger, such as a large grocery bag or cooler.
A large cooler is recommended for spectators, but you can bring a smaller cooler or a small backpack to enjoy the fireworks.
This will help you stay cool while you wait for the show to begin.
You can also wear a rain jacket and/or a hat to protect your eyes and ears.
The National Park is hosting the annual festival, which runs through July 31.
A new fireworks show on July 6 will mark the 75th anniversary of the nation’s first fireworks display.
It was originally scheduled for July 6, but the National Parks Service said it will move it to June 11 to accommodate the fireworks event.
It’s unclear when the fireworks will be held.
For information on the National Mall, visit the park’s website.