Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-11 15:15:21 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) – Independence Day celebrations are planned in central Tennessee, making the COVID-19 pandemic the first major event for many communities since it began last year.
In 2020, the July 4th festival was canceled during the coronavirus outbreak. Festival organizers are recalling their annual celebrations this year as more people are vaccinated and fewer cases of COVID are reported.
Most of the following events take place on Sunday, July 4th, but some cities have celebrations on Saturday, July 3rd.
Nashville will host it again Let’s sing freely!Music City July 4th Celebration..
- Free events in downtown Nashville
- The concert starts around 4 pm
- Brad Paisley’s Headline, First and Broadway Music Stage
- Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Ascend Amphitheater Music Stage
- Fireworks are scheduled around 9:30 pm
Clarksville is bringing it home Annual Independence Day Celebration on Saturday, July 3rd.
- Free event at Liberty Park from 5pm to 9:30 pm
- Food, music, family activities
- Wilma Rudolph Event Center Great Lawn Concert Seats
- Fireworks at Liberty Park are around 9:15 pm
After cancellation Last year’s event in the COVID-19 pandemic, Franklin City is reviving Franklin on the 4th.
- Downtown Franklin Activities 11 AM-8pm
- Fireworks, fun, and games Harlin’s Dale Farm
- 6 pm to 9:30 pm
The City of Gallatin will host the Sumner County Independence Day celebration on July 4th.
- Located in Triple Creek Park
- Start at 2pm
- Open to the public for free
- It ends with a pile of bubbles, live music, food, and fireworks!
Goodlettsville Independence Day Celebration It will be held on the 4th.
- Located in Moss Light Park
- It starts at 4 pm and ends with fireworks at 9 pm.
- Kid Zone, All Day Ticket $ 10
- Food Vendor-Bob Fish Fry, Linda’s Perfect Platter, North Nashville Kona Ice, Mousse City Ice Cream
Hendersonville Freedom Festival We will start the celebration of July 4th early. It will take place on July 3rd.
- Located in Drake’s Creek Park
- Open to the public for free
- Starts at 5 pm and ends with fireworks at 10 pm
- Kids Zone, $ 5 per child, or up to $ 15 per family
free Patriotic picnic in the park It will be held again at La Vergne.
- Located in Veterans Memorial Park
- The gate opens at 5:30 pm
- Music starts at 6 pm
- Onsite food vendor
- Fireworks start in the dark
Saturday Celebration studded with stars It will be held on July 3rd at Norens Building.
- Located in Norensville Park
- 6 pm to 9 pm
- Live music, food trucks, inflatables, fireworks!
After being forced to revoke its 40-year long tradition for COVID in 2020, the organizers are reviving the celebration of Pegram’s Independence Day.
- Located in Pegram Park
- Held from 10:00 am on Saturday, July 3
- Entertainment, food, activities, kid zone
In watertown Stars, stripes, and squirt guns This year the July 4th parade is back.
- Starts on East Main Street in Public Square
- Bring a water gun and a water gun
- The parade will march at 3 pm
- Squirting prohibited zone at the end of the parade
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