Celebrate July 4 with the Nashville Symphony

fireworksThe Nashville Symphony Orchestra will headline Music City’s Fourth of July celebration at a new venue: The Lawn at Riverfront. Festivities begin at noon with the free Family Fun Zone. Pre-show live music runs from 1 to 7 p.m. featuring This Is She, Striking Matches, Tyme, Jason Eskridge and Madison Cain. The official main stage concert begins at 6:30 pm with The Mavericks, Music City Hit-Makers, Craig Morgan, Sarah Darling and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. The celebration concludes with the longest and largest fireworks display in the city’s history choreographed to the sounds of the Nashville Symphony playing on the banks of the Cumberland River at approximately 9:45 pm. The complete rundown is here.

To get you into the spirit, here’s Alya Brown singing the “Star-Spangled Banner” with the Boston Pops. And here’s what the Nashville fireworks looked like last year.

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