Middle Tennessee is one of the top destinations for the 4th of July. From the fireworks to incredible live music, it’s hard to beat the fun in Music City on Independence Day. Whether you’re visiting from out of town or a local wanting to partake in the festivities, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has you covered! It’s simple to make your 4th of July epic with a few simple ideas thrown your way! Follow along below!
Free Firework Shows:
Fourth of July with Friends of Franklin Parks – Join the City of Franklin and Friends of Franklin Parks at the Park at Harlinsdale! Arena will be open to the public starting at 5PM for pre-fireworks music by People on the Porch @6pm and Rubiks Groove @7pm. There will be food, adult beverages, and even a kids activities for the little ones! For more information click here.
Brentwood Fireworks Celebration – The Kadillacs Concert and July 4th Celebration is a Brentwood Tradition! Starting at 7pm at Crocket Park-Eddie Arnold Amphitheater, the Kadillacs will be performing a dynamic rhythm section and sizzling horn section followed by an amazing firework show. Fireworks will begin at 9pm, for any more information please check here.
Music City Firework Show – If you are wanting to brave the crowd, Downtown Nashville will be celebrating the 4th all day with live music and one of the country’s biggest firework show. The site opens at noon, with live performances by Brett Eldredge, Mac McAnally, Jessy Wilson, and Dylan Scott. The Ascend Amphitheater opens at 4pm, with live performances by the GRAMMY-Award-winning Nashville Symphony! The 30 minute show will start at 9:30PM, with a perfectly choregraphed medley of songs performend by the symphony. This show’s finale is supposed to be the most powerful in Nashville history. For information, see visit music city’s page here.
Family Fun Activities:
Nashville Sounds Baseball Game – On July 3rd, enjoy a themed fireworks display after the game to get your Independence Day celebrations started early! For ticket prices, click here.
Murfreesboro Celebration Under the Stars – The City of Murfreesboro’s “Celebration Under the Stars” will be held at McKnight Park on Saturday, July 4. The day’s activities will begin at the outdoor pool at Sports*Com at 10am with a pool party, games, and prizes until 4:30pm. From 5pm to 8pm at McKnight Park there will be family games and activities, a singing of the National anthem, and a program of traditional patriotic tunes and classic music performed by the Murfreesboro Symphony. The fireworks display by Pyro Shows will light up the sky at 9pm. For admission prices and information, click here.
Nashville Hot Chicken Festival – On July 4th at East Park in Nashville, enjoy tons of hot chicken and music. Gates open at 11am and the festival ends at 3pm so you can head downtown for fireworks! Get more information here.
Franklin on the Fourth – The annual Independence Day Celebration begins at 10am on July 4th. Located on Main Street in Downtown Franklin, there will be family fun activities, bluegrass music, quality crafts, food vendors, antique cars and large kids zones. A festival that you definitely don’t want to miss! For more details, see here.
Nolensville Star Spangled Celebration – A celebration at Nolensville Ball fields will begin at 6PM on Saturday June, 29th. There will be live music, inflatables, and food trucks. Fireworks start at dusk. For more information, see here.
Smyrna Independence Day Celebration – On Wednesday July 3rd, music, food and activities will be at the Lee Victory Recreation Park for the annual Smyrna Independence Day Celebration, beginning at 5pm at the Rec Park. Kinds can play on inflatable playgrounds or take a train ride.
Hendersonville Freedom Festival – Enjoy Freedom Festival at Drakes Creek Park. Starting at 5pm the festival will feature local entertainment, vendor and food booths, a kids zone and fireworks at 9pm. Find more information here.
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