Music City July 4th: Let Freedom Sing! featuring The Band Perry, Keb' Mo', Striking Matches, the Nashville Symphony and more
July 4, 2013
via Visit Music City: 4TH OF JULY FESTIVITIES UPDATE: The music on the Nashville Dancin'' Afternoon Stage has been canceled for today due to inclement weather.
The Nashville Symphony's live performance has been canceled. Their music has been pre-recorded and will play synchronized to the fireworks. The show will go on! (update at 12:48pm)
If there's one thing Nashville knows how to do, it's throw a party. Head down to The Lawn at Riverfront Park for a day filled with entertainment and family fun and an evening of incredible fireworks dancing in the night sky to the rhythm of the Nashville Symphony. Platinum-selling family trio, The Band Perry, will host the “Music City July 4th: Let Freedom Sing!” celebration on the Main Stage at The Lawn at Riverfront Park. The show will also include performances by blues/roots artist Keb' Mo' and Striking Matches. Hailed as one of the best fireworks displays in the nation, this annual event attracts more than 100,000 spectators each year. The main stage concert will kick off at 7:00pm. This great party will conclude with the South's largest fireworks show at approximately 9:25pm.
Festivities begin at noon with the free Family Fun Zone and pre-show live music will take place from 1:00pm-6:00pm on the Advance Financial Pre-Show Stage at The Lawn at Riverfront Park with performances by The Willis Clan, Joey DeGraw, and Chris Mulkey and Deluxe.
House Policies: To insure the safety of all July 4 spectators, personal watercraft will only be allowed on the outside of the bridges (Shelby St. and Woodland St.). No alcoholic beverages inside the park. No backpacks or coolers. No tall lawn/camping chairs. Small seat cushions and ground chairs are allowed. No umbrellas. All food and drinks brought must be in a clear, see-through container.