The 4th of July is the biggest American holiday of the summer. It’s a celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, and the holiday falls not long after the summer solstice. It’s a time for food, gatherings, drinks, and, of course, fireworks. Aldi doesn’t do fireworks, but for your food and drink needs, Aldi can do a lot.
But when is the grocer open?
As you might expect, the days before and after Independence Day are normal operating days for Aldi. Aldi stores run with regular hours on those days, even if the 4th of July falls on a Sunday. (Some businesses treat July 5 as a floating holiday if July 4 is on a Sunday. Aldi does not.)
As for July 4? All Aldi stores in the United States are open with limited hours on the 4th of July. In the past, most stores have opened at 9 a.m. and closed at 4 p.m. on July 4, but Aldi has been known to change its hours from year to year, and the hours can vary by store. Since Aldi doesn’t publicly list individual store phone numbers, your best bet to find out when your individual store is open is to look up that store’s information using Aldi’s store locator.
Of note: Aldi hasn’t always been open on Independence Day. At least until 2013, Aldi was closed on the 4th of July. At some point after that — probably 2014 or 2015 — the grocer changed its policy. If you were unsure as to whether or not Aldi was open because you seemed to remember them once being closed, this is probably the reason why.