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4th of July Weekend • Chattanooga 2022

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The FEED co. Table & Tavern Give the grill a break this 3-day weekend and enjoy our 4th of catering. Our holiday take and bake offerings were such a hit that we’re doing it again, but this time with summer favorites. Spend your time in the sun and planning your fireworks display and let us handle the cooking. We’re serving your 4th of July favorites in the ease and comfort of your home • House Smoked Pulled Pork $6 per pound // Potato Salad $20 // Baked Beans $20 // Cole Slaw $20 // Banana Pudding $20 • Email HERE to place your orders and pick up your holiday feast Friday, July 1- Sunday, July 3rd. Let us FEED your family and friends this Independence Day.
🎆 Chattanooga Lookouts • The Lookouts are Home at AT&T Field VS The Birmingham Barons • Independence Day Weekend CelebrationFireworks Spectacular: Celebrate Independence Day Weekend with a spectacular postgame fireworks show! • Kids Run the Bases: Kids can run the bases after every Lookouts game presented by Great Clips. Get out on the field after the game and run the bases just like your favorite player! • Get Tickets Here • Gates Open at 6:00 pm & First Pitch at 7:15 pm

 

🎆 City of LaFayette, GA  2022 Freedom Festival • Come out and celebrate our nation’s Independence with the annual City of LaFayette Freedom Festival! One way our community comes together is in the fact that we are proud to “Bee” Americans and every Fourth of July Holiday, we celebrate our independence with the annual community wide Freedom Festival. The City of LaFayette hosts the annual Freedom Festival on the Friday prior to July 4th at the Ross Abney Facility. The location is 252 1st Street. The festival begins at 5:00 pm • It’s an evening filled with live music from some of the best local musicians in the area, various events and a multitude of vendors. Our Freedom Festival events include various activities for all to enjoy. Our vendors offer everything from BBQ sandwiches to balloon animals, so there is something for everyone. The evening is capped off with a state-of-the-art Fireworks show at 10:00 pm • You’ll see the night sky light up with one of the best fireworks displays in the area. It’s always a great family experience and admission is always free • Click Here for More Info • 5:00 pm

 

🎆 Off the Rails – Pops in Burr Park • Burr Performing Arts Park • The Creative Arts Guild is proud to present the second annual Pops in Burr Park! Enjoy an evening filled with patriotic and familiar favorites performed by the Creative Arts Guild Chamber Orchestra, featured soloists and ensembles, and an appearance by Ballet Dalton. FREE and open to all! • Bring the whole family, blankets and chairs, and a picnic dinner if you’d like. There will be beverages & concessions for sale on site, as well as a free arts & crafts area for kids to enjoy • Live music will begin at 6:30 pm featuring AmeriCalypso and others, followed by Pops at 8:30 pm • The show will end with a glorious fireworks display! • 6:30 pm (Dalton GA)

 

4th of July Weekend Kick-off Party! • White Lightning Harley-Davidson • Come on out and kick off your long weekend with us • Free Burgers & Hot Dogs • Live Music from Clayton Q • Axe Throwing from Valkyrie Axe Throwing • Bar Candy will be serving up the cold ones • 5:00 – 9:00 pm

 

Freedom Friday Ringgold NOW • Join us in downtown Ringgold for July’s First Friday event: FREEDOM FRIDAY • Local Businesses in downtown will be offering themed refreshments, snacks, discounts & giveaways! Come out for some fun on July’s First Friday! • 5:00 – 8:00 pm
🎆 Pops on the River • Event by Chattanooga Presents and Chattanooga Downtown at Coolidge Park • Pops on the River is returning to Downtown Chattanooga in Coolidge Park! • Listen to great live music, enjoy local food trucks and artist vendors along with spectacular performances by “Love, Peace & Happiness” along with the “Chattanooga Symphony & Opera” and special guests “The New Dismembered Tennesseans”! The night will conclude with an amazing fireworks show over the Tennessee River! • Free and fun for the entire family to enjoy! • Event Schedule: 4:30 pm – Coolidge Park closes to vehicle traffic // 5:00 pm – Free Shuttle Service Starts // 5:30 pm – Love, Peace & Happiness – a highly engaging soul and R&B band that has been named “Best of the Best” in Motown-style live band entertainment! // 8:00 pm – CSO performance – a patriotic program is set to feature favorites such as the “Armed Forces Salute,” “Colonel Bogey’s March,” “Stars and Stripes Forever” and “1812 Overture.” The New Dismembered Tennesseans bluegrass band will also be featured as special guests during the CSO’s set // 9:45 pm – Fireworks // 11:00 pm – Free Shuttle Service Ends • A variety of food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drink concessions will be available on site. The public is invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy a picnic during the Pops on the River program. • More Info Here • 5:00 pm

 

Chattanooga Theatre Centre Star Spangled Picnic • We’re throwing the best Independence Day party in town! Our Star Spangled Picnic will coincide with the Pops in the Park concert and fireworks, and we’ll have the most convenient seating and free parking! • Plus, barbecue from Sugar’s BBQ & Ribs, ice cream from Clumpies, a silent auction featuring North Shore merchants, a sneak peek at our upcoming production of GIANT STEPS: AN UrBEAN MUSICAL, and an appearance by the Playfully Evolving Monsters • The fun will happen once again on our beautiful riverfront lawn. Bring your picnic blankets and lawn chairs! Doors open at 6:00 pm • Admission is a $50 & 12 and under admitted for $10 • Get Tickets Here • 6:00 pm

 

🎆 Chattanooga Lookouts • The Lookouts are Home at AT&T Field VS The Birmingham Barons • Independence Day Weekend CelebrationFireworks Spectacular: Celebrate Independence Day Weekend with a spectacular postgame fireworks show! • TVFCU Used Car Saturday: Join us for a chance to WIN a pre-loved used car courtesy of TVFCU and a local dealer • Kids Run the Bases: Kids can run the bases after every Lookouts game presented by Great Clips. Get out on the field after the game and run the bases just like your favorite player! • Get Tickets Here • Gates Open at 6:00 pm & First Pitch at 7:15 pm

 

🎆 Soddy-Daisy Independence Celebration • Soddy Municipal Park • Join us to celebrate Independence Day at our Independence Celebration on July 2nd at the Soddy Lake & Municipal Park • There will be lots of entertainment for both kids and adults: Bounce Houses (Free) //  Face Painting (Free & Paid) // Variety of Food Trucks // Live Music // Lots of Vendors // Community Partners // Car Show // Axe Throwing // More • Starts at 9:00 am and ends after the fireworks show • Live Music Line-Up: 11:00 – 12:30 pm Barefoot Nellie & Co. // 4:00 – 6:00 pm Wade Henry Sims and the Last Band // 7:30 – 10:00 pm Tyson Leamon and the Holy Gamblers • It All Starts at 9:00 am

 

🎆 FREEDOMFEST! 2022 City of Graysville TN at Kristophers Kingdom • Come join us for food fun music and FIREWORKS! • Returning this year is the auction! • Also this year we’ll be serving a new food menu • Live Music from the Country Connection Band • All funds raised benefit the Graysville Vol. Fire Department • 5:00 – 10:00 pm

 

🎆 Lake Winnie • This year, Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park and SOAKya Water Park will host our famous fireworks night in celebration of #IndependenceDay2022 at 10:00 pm • The rides will be open 10:00 – 10:00 pm & SoakYa water park 11:00 – 7:00 pm • Cost to enter is $38.95 (discounts for youngest and oldest visitors).

 

🎆 Catoosa County Fireworks FestCatoosa County Parks and Recreation • Northwest Georgia Bank Amphitheatre • Catoosa County Invites you to our Third annual Fireworks Fest! A Maker’s Market in the Colonnade, Live Music at the North West Georgia Amphitheater, Inflatables and activities in the Kid’s Zone, Food Trucks, and Fireworks to round out the Night! • Makers Market at 1:00 pm • Live Music, Food, & Children’s Activities Start at 5:00 pm • The Hullenders kick-off live music performances on the Northwest Georgia Amphitheater stage at 6:00 pm. followed by The Band Raven at 7:15 pm, and Past to Present at 8:30 pm • Fireworks at 9:30 pm • There is no admission fee, but food and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase from a variety of vendors. Parking will be provided in designated areas of the Benton Place campus near The Colonnade, and Catoosa Transit will provide free shuttle service to and from the CHI Memorial Parkway parking lot at 4700 Battlefield Parkway.

 

Catoosa County Run, White, & Blue 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run • Event by Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce at The Colonnade • Join us for this community event to kick off a fun day of activities on the Benton Place leading up to the Catoosa County Fireworks Festival later that evening. The 5K features and relatively flat and fast course that will be timed by the Chattanooga Track Club with traffic control provided by Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office until 9:00 am • Runners will start near the Northwest Georgia Amphitheater, run around The Colonnade before coming back through the Benton Place Campus and taking a left onto Old Mill Road. From there, they will turn right and run along the shoulder of Battlefield Parkway and take a right at Pine Grove Road. There will be an Aid/Water Station available at this turn. Once on Pine Grove, runners will continue straight until they hook right onto Old Mill and head back towards the Benton Place Campus. A left onto Catoosa Circle leads towards a sprint to the finish alongside the Fun Runners. This course can be viewed here • The Fun Run will be untimed and follows the 5K start, but turns right onto Old Mill once they go through Benton Place Campus. A right off of Old Mill back onto Catoosa Circle will setup a straight finish. This course can be viewed hereRegister & More Info Here • 9:00 am

 

Independence Day Market • Rabbit Valley Farmers Market • Ringgold’s first food and produce focused market. Located in beautiful downtown Ringgold. Shop Local. Be Local • Join us for an extra special market day! We will have free games and prizes for the kids! Kids just need to stop at the POP Club Booth for game tickets! We will still have our same fabulous market day with fresh foods, produce and arts. Live music by TBA begins at 10am. Free stick flags to show your American pride! Come out and celebrate your freedom at YOUR market Ringgold! • 9:00 am

 

🎆 Etowah’s July 4th Celebration • The City of Etowah • This is one of the biggest and best celebrations in our region with events scheduled around the festival all day and night culminating with a fantastic fireworks display over the Depot. The central location for the celebration is the historic L&N Depot Museum in downtown Etowah. Begins with 5k Run, Pancake breakfast, patriotic program, crafts, music, food & much more • More Info Here • 7:00 am – 11:00 pm

 

4th of July PartyMountain Creek Harley-Davidson • Join Mountain Creek Harley-Davidson as we celebrate the 4th! We’ll have Food • Axe Throwing • Cruise In • Live Music from The Whole Fam Damily • MORE! • We will see you there! • 1:00 pm (Dalton GA)

 

🎆 Copper Basin Fireworks • McCaysville / Copperhill • The skies over the twin cities of McCaysville, Ga and Copperhill, TN will be lit up on Saturday night. Anywhere downtown is a great viewing area! • Don’t want to drive? You can board the Firework Express in Downtown Blue Ridge and arrive by train • 9:30 pm • More Info on Other Events in the Area Click Here

 

🎆 Firework Special 2022Blue Ridge Scenic Railway • Join the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway as they celebrate the birth of our great nation on Saturday, July 2nd for their Fireworks Special Train. The train will depart Blue Ridge at 7:00 pm to enjoy the great Copper Basin Fireworks display just after dark and then return to Blue Ridge by 11:00pm. Bring your lawn chair and sit outside the train to view the fireworks! Activities in downtown McCaysville/Copperhill when you arrive. Lots of vendors for food and things to do for the kids until the fireworks start • Get Tickets Here • 7:00 pm

 

🎆 Shake the Lake 2022Spring City – Friends of the Parks • Plan to come out and enjoy Spring Citys Independence Day Festivities. There will be lots of activities throughout the day starting at 9:00 am • The grand finale of Fireworks to follow Rhea Springs Revival‘s performance • The day will be filled with FOOD, MUSIC & FUN for all ages! • 9:00 am

 

🎆  Jasper’s Big Boom Town of Jasper, TN • A family friendly day in the park with carnival rides, blowup slides, face painting, and caricature artist… all free!! There will be food and craft vendors also… and as always, a spectacular fireworks show! • Live Music from Jacob Johnson & Friends at 4:00 pm • Free 4th of July Shirts for Kids While they Last • Free Family Event Starts at 4:00 pm • Fireworks at 9:00 pm

 

🎆  Town of Cohuttas 4th of July • Y’all come on out for our towns annual firework show! • The main area is located right next to Cohutta Elementary school where the play ground is // The food vendors will be set up in the community building parking lot in walking distance from the park // Craft vendors will also be set up in the park along with old cars, tractors, etc. // Face-painting will be under the pavilion! // We will have a live band so bring your dancing shoes // Bring your own chairs and or blankets! • We expect this to be our biggest year yet so come out and bring your families 1 We would love to have y’all • Truly “ain’t no place like Cohutta” • 6:00 pm

 

🎆  Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks City of Madisonville Tennessee Government • Bring the family out for an evening of food, entertainment, activities, Car Show, Vendors, and fun as the City of Madisonville gets ready to light up the sky in celebration of Independence Day! • SATURDAY, JULY 2ND from Memorial Park all the way down Tellico Street to the Courthouse • Live Music from Greg Moses at 3:30 pm // Walker Wilson at 4:30 pm // Rob Ashcraft at 5:30 pm // Jagger Lane at 7:00 pm • The fun starts at 3:00 pm and the fireworks will begin at dusk • Starts at 3:00 pm 
🎆 Chattanooga Lookouts • The Lookouts are Home at AT&T Field VS The Birmingham Barons • Independence Day Weekend CelebrationFireworks Spectacular: Celebrate Independence Day Weekend with a spectacular postgame fireworks show! & Kids Run the Bases: Kids can run the bases after every Lookouts game presented by Great Clips. Get out on the field after the game and run the bases just like your favorite player! • Get Tickets Here • Gates Open at 5:00 pm & First Pitch at 6:15 pm

 

Red, White and Blueberries • The Chattanooga Market • Happy 4th of July! Blueberries are our firecracker fruit today! We’ll be celebrating with berries galore—and the return of our blueberry pie eating contests! Sign up at the front desk to participate in our super fun Blueberry Pie Eating Contests at Noon and 2:00 pm • Live on the Lodge Cast Iron Sizzle Stage July 3rd: Shawnessey Cargile, 12:30 pm and Lone Mountain Band, 2:00 pm • Market From 11:00 – 4:00 pm

 

🎆 Collegedale Freedom Celebration City of Collegedale – Government • Join us for the Collegedale Freedom Celebration & Fireworks • The Commons will be the festival centerpiece with food trucks & entertainment; while the Veterans Park will include Over 20 food trucks & Vendors, FREE petting zoo, FREE inflatables, FREE trackless train rides, FREE face painting, and more! • Live Music from: Ain’t Just Whistlin’ Dixie – Jazz Band // New Grass Express // LouWamp & the Bluetastics // East Tennessee Symphony Orchestra  All Starting at 4:00 pm • Admission to the Freedom Festival is FREE, but visitors are encouraged to arrive early as parking is limited. There will be a charge of $5 for parking – all proceeds benefit local nonprofit organizations • RAIN or SHINE! Fireworks shot at 9:45 pm • More Info Here • 4:00 pm

 

Fireworks Float – Lake Chickamauga (Paddleboard Adventure) • Event by Outshine Adventures at Chester Frost Park • Enjoy a colorful Chattanooga sunset and fireworks display while paddling on the calm waters of Chickamauga Lake during a 2-hour, guided, and fully equipped paddleboard adventure. Perfect for beginners or intermediate paddlers who want a unique adventure while exploring one of Chattanooga’s scenic waterways. You don’t have to be an experienced paddler to participate in this tour. All adventurers receive basic paddling instruction, water safety information and are properly outfitted for adventure prior to departure. We’ll then set out for a leisurely paced paddle to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature and a colorful skyline as the fireworks light up the night sky. Price includes the guided tour and all equipment (board, paddle, PFD, and lights) • This sunset adventure is appropriate for ages 13+ with a participating adult. Some paddling experience is helpful but not required. Guides will provide basic paddling instruction and on-water support throughout the duration of the tour, which lasts approximately 2 hours • Register Here • 8:00 pm

 

🎆 7th Annual Kissner Worley 4th of July Bash • Gates open at 7:00 pm • Def Leppard Tribute Band starts at 8:30 pm • Fireworks at 10:30 pm • Farm to Fork providing drinks and food, Choo Choo kettle corn, bounce house for the kids. This is a kid friendly event! Free to everyone! • Rick Worley and Clay Kissner has been doing this event for 7 years to provide a awesome Independence Day celebration that is completely FREE for everyone to enjoy • 7:00 pm

 

🎆 Independence Day Bash! • The Barn on Beaumont in Ringgold, GA • Live Music by The HASBeens and Fireworks! • Tipsy Tin will be at The Barn on Beaumont on Independence Day, July 4th from 6-10 PM serving cold drinks! Come see us and enjoy music, fireworks and more all while staying socially distant • Drinks will be $2 & Waters will be $1 • 6:00pm

 

🎆 July the 3rd • Event by Middle Valley Fireworks at Camp Columbus • Starts at 5:00 pm 

 

🎆2022 STAR SPANGLED CELEBRATION • Northwest Georgia Regional Fair • This year will feature a huge laser light show following the concerts and before fireworks. Crowds are encouraged to come inside the fairgrounds to enjoy the venue up close and personal. The laser show and fireworks show is designed to provide the highest level of entertainment to crowds inside the fairgrounds. Those watching from a distance will not get the full effects of the amazing free event • A huge crowd is expected for the concerts. The Mohawk Stage will feature popular area country singer Scott Thompson & Band of Rome Georgia. Scott and his band have opened for numerous country artists. They are excited to kick it up in Calhoun and entertain the crowds. This awesome artist and his band will be featured at 7:00 pm and again at 8:30 pm • Tommy Ray Gurley is a great entertainer having performed locally at fair events for over 20 years. Performing a mixture of songs from the Elvis era that have remained highly popular throughout the years. Gurley has traveled and played at concerts, festivals and venues across the southeast throughout his career as well as a TV debut. He will come off the large stage and mix with the audience as he performs, dances and sings songs loved by all ages. You will enjoy his performances at 6:15 pm and 7:45 pm • Southern Gospel Music will be provided on the Center Stage beginning at 7:00 pm featuring Stan Shuman from Coco Beach Florida. Stan has written numerous gospel songs recorded by groups across America and has sung with several popular quartets prior to beginning his solo ministry. He is a familiar face as he has performed at local fair scene events for several years • Kids and adults alike will enjoy shows of magic and illusion by Mike Frisbee throughout the evening on the Midway Stage • Fabulous fair foods will be offered for the event and vendors will shine with several offerings • Bud Owens, organizer of this event since it’s beginning, states that admission is FREE thanks to presenting sponsor Mohawk. Owens states, “I am so excited that Mohawk has agreed to continue sponsoring the Star Spangled Celebration. We are prepared to have a safe and fun event for the entire family with magic & illusion, amazing concerts, vendors, a laser show and fireworks that will end the evening and ring in the Summer season. I invite everyone to come out, come early, bring your chairs and blankets and let’s celebrate our Independence Calhoun style” • The venue will have three parking lot’s open beginning at 4:30 pm with gates opening at 5:00. The best view of the fireworks is inside the fair grounds. Anyone experiencing illness symptoms are asked to please be considerate and stay home. If there are any additional precautions recommended near the event date, information will be shared in advance. Coolers are welcome but subject to being checked at entry and the venue remains alcohol free and family focused • Coolers are welcome but subject to being checked at entry and the venue remains alcohol free and family focused • Save the date of Sunday July 3rd right here with your neighbors and friends in Calhoun! Great music, great food, great fun and great fireworks! • 5:00 pm (Calhoun GA)
Red, White and Blue DayCreative Discovery Museum • Celebrate America’s birthday at CDM’s annual Red, White and Blue Day! From noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 4, guests will participate in several patriotic-themed crafts and activities that teach children and families about the reason the 4th of July is celebrated every year • SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES: On-going from noon to 4 p.m. | Atrium | straw rockets, Declaration of Independence signing, and sparkler wands // Noon to 3:15 p.m. | Art Studio | Collaborative paintings of fireworks on American landscapes // 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. | Auditorium | Liquid nitrogen ice cream with sprinkles // 3 to 3:20 p.m. | Atrium | Dance Party with a balloon drop // 3:30 to 3:45 p.m. | Plaza | 21 geyser salute with Diet Coke and Mentos • As a thank you to those who protect and serve America, active duty military members and veterans will receive free admission to the Museum on July 4 for their families with presentation of a military ID (good for up to four guests). Please call (423) 648-6052 to reserve your free tickets • All activities included with Museum admission. Timed tickets are required and can be purchased HERE • Noon

 

🎆4th of July Parade, Firecracker Mile, Live Music, & FireworksTown of Signal Mountain •  The Firecracker Mile starts at 10:00 am and follows the July 4th parade route in Old Town on Signal Mountain. It begins on historic James Blvd. and finishes at the entrance to SMGCC. This is a one mile measured run. The Chattanooga Track Club will professionally manage the finish line and use RFID chip timing to ensure the most accurate finish times. • The Firecracker Mile will start immediately following the re-opening of historic James Blvd. in Old Town and will precede the July 4th parade. Plan now to be a part of the fun and see how fast you really are! • The annual parade will incorporate elements celebrating the heritage of the town and it’s citizens, along with that of our country. The Lions Club will continue their traditional BBQ picnic with more vendors, musical offerings and activities for kids and a spectacular fireworks celebration that night • July 4th BBQ & Bands • This year, the annual Lion’s Club July 4th BBQ will also be a co-celebration of the Centennial of the Town of Signal Mountain. In honor of this, the music this year will feature all local musicians. We will have a PA system with microphones and possibility for direct input for guitars and other instruments. There will be an electric piano if needed. Here is the schedule: 11-11:30 Dan Landrum and friends continuing from parade // 11:30 Marcie and Jeff Paulson, Tin Cup Rattlers // 12:00 Ken Holloway, including his original Centennial song // 12:30pm Announcement of Centennial Tree Awards // Dun Monroe with Centennial Poem // Signal Mountain Playhouse – Annie preview // 1:00pm John Harper // 1:30pm Ivan Chambers and Paul M. Hendricks • Fireworks at Dark • More Info Here • 9:00 am

 

🎆 4th of July Fireworks Bradley Square Mall •  Bradley Square Mall Entrances will be open from 10:00 –  6:00 pm on July the 4th • The professional fireworks display Presented by Mt. Olive Ministries and Sponsored by Cleveland Ford & City of Cleveland is planned for around 9:15 pm. The launch site is Perry Stone Ministries offices (TL Lowery Building) located adjacent to Bradley Square Mall • Listen to Mix 104.1 for a synchronized music presentation • Please note that the ring road behind Bradley Place will be closed before and after the fireworks. You will not be able to drive in this area. In addition, the Bradley Place building will impede your line of sight to the fireworks. The best parking to view the fireworks would be the east side of the mall lot • We hope you have a safe and fun holiday • 9:15 pm (Cleveland TN)

 

4th of July Parade • Event by Stuart Heights Neighborhood Association • Get your strollers, bikes, and wagons decorated in red, white, and blue and join us for donuts and a quick parade. Meet at the Pavilion at 10:00 am

 

🎆 1945 Dade County Fair •  The 1945 Fair held each year on or about July 4th is a great family fun day. Activities start in the morning and last until the fireworks closes the day. There is no admission charge so you can bring all the family and even the relatives for a great day without breaking the bank! Activities for kids is part of the fun and helps parents enjoy their day too! The entertainment goes on most of the day. Each year a “headline” singer is chosen and delights the audience. A variety of music is available for your enjoyment. For adults there are exhibitors with their arts and crafts showing their work. Great time to get a gift for someone or just for you. Food is available and not only a great variety but also tastier then you can imagine • Live Music: Southwind Bluegrass on stage at 12:30 pm  in the park // Katrina Barclay on stage in the park at 2:00 pm // Camden Smith on stage in the park at 3:30 pm // Corey Layne onstage in the park at 5:30 pm // Mitch Rossell will be the headliner and on stage at 7:30 pm • Fair Starts at Noon & Ends with Fireworks at 10:00 pm (Trenton GA)

 

🎆 Buddy Liner 4th of July Fireworks • Main Street Athens • The City of Athens and sponsoring committee will host the Buddy Liner Fireworks Display. The display will be held at Athens Regional Park, however the park will be closed for entrance. Grab a chair, blanket, your family & friends and find a spot nearby to enjoy it • 9:30 pm (Athens TN)

 

🎆 4th Of July 8th Annual Music Festival • City of Dunlap TN • Live Music from Colonel Mustard & the Revolvers at 10:30 am // Legacy at 2:00 pm // Cody McCarver at 4:15 pm // Opening Act: Presley & Taylor at 5:30 pm // Headliner: Josh Gracin at 7:30 pm • Fireworks At Dark • Music Starts at 10:30 am • Free Entry (Dunlap TN)

 

🎆 Old Timers’ ParadeDowntown Blue Ridge • This parade started in the 1950’s and it is a time for all of Blue Ridge to come together and celebrate the 4th of July as well as the way Blue Ridge, Georgia used to be. Bring your antique vehicles, dress in period attire OR not, it is up to you • 10:00 am (Blue Ridge GA)

 

🎆 Lake Blue Ridge Fireworks Lake Blue Ridge Dam • Fireworks are being put on by the Lake Blue Ridge Civic Association • Begins at dusk • Places for viewing: Morganton Point Recreation Area // From a boat in Lake Blue Ridge near the Lake Blue Ridge Dam // The Lake Blue Ridge Marina // Lake Blue Ridge Dam, as well as adjacent areas by the “tower in the lake” • 9:30 pm (Blue Ridge GA)

 

🎆 July 4th FireworksGA Mountain Fairgrounds • The prettiest place to watch fireworks on the 4th is at the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds! Family friendly and plenty of room for everyone to spread out and enjoy. Bring your American Pride and let’s celebrate America’s Birthday! • 9:30 pm (Hiwassee, GA)

 

🎆Downtown Summer Nights Decatur, TN • It is 4th of July week and you know what that means in Decatur — Fireworks and Aunt Betty!!! It has become a tradition here to celebrate our country’s independence by rocking to Aunt Betty and we are reviving that practice after missing out last year. So, this weekend’s Downtown Summer Nights event will Include Live Music from Skelton Key Opening & Aunt Betty Headlining • Music starts at 6:00. Fireworks after the music. Bring your lawn chair! • Food & Craft Vendors • 7:00 pm (Decatur TN) 

 

🎆 Sweetwater’s Independence Day Celebration Historic Downtown Sweetwater • Join the City of Sweetwater Monday July 4th in Historic Downtown Sweetwater for our annual Independence Day Celebration! • Enjoy performances by former American Idol contestant Josh Issac, Live Music by The Crew, vendors, kids zone, good food, dancing in the streets and of course, fireworks synchronized to music by WMTY 98.3! • We will have a parade at 3:00 pm to kick off the festivities. If you are interested in being in the parade, please meet at Sweetwater Walmart at 2:00 pm for line up. A short ceremony will be held at the gazebo downtown at the conclusion of the parade. Once the ceremony is over, the rest of the events will begin. Make plans to bring the family and enjoy all the fun! • 3:00 pm

 

🎆 4th of July Celebration • Dalton Parks and Recreation • Starting at noon when the pool and splash pad open and culminating in fireworks at 9:45 p.m. at Heritage Point Park, 1275 Cross Plains Trail. In between are children’s pageants, an old-timers softball game, adult softball tournament, corn hole competition, disc golf tournament, eating contests (Krystals, doughnut holes and doughnuts), wrestling matches and music • More Info & Full Schedule Here • Starts at Noon with Fireworks at 9:45 pm

 

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