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Spotlight Article
Date: 2013-07-01
Article Title: Music City Independence Day Concert Spectacular Kicks-off July 4 at Riverfront Park
Article: If there's one thing Nashville knows how to do, it's throw a party. More music, more fireworks, and more fun for the whole family is what you can expect at the July 4 celebration. This year's July 4th celebration, "Let Freedom Sing," won't disappoint with multiple days of free live music and incredible fireworks July 4th and 5th. The July 4th musical lineup includes local rising duo Striking Matches, GRAMMY®-winning blues musician Keb'Mo', and headliner Republic Nashville's Platinum-selling family trio, The Band Perry. The Grammy®-winning Nashville Symphony Orchestra will choreograph live music with the fireworks show, which promises to be the largest and longest show in the city's history.
  New this year, the celebration will partner with the free weekly summer concert series, Nashville Dancin' presented by Dollar General, to offer more opportunities to see great live music throughout the day. The Derek St Holmes Band, Phoenix Stone, Molly Sue Gonzalez, and The Cultivation will perform at the Nashville Dancin' pre-show stage at Riverfront Park, alternating with the previously-announced musical lineup at the Advance Financial pre-show stage at The Lawn at Riverfront Park, which includes Joey DeGraw, Chris Mulkey and Deluxe and the newly-added group, The Willis Clan. The party continues on July 5th with performances by Ten Out of Tenn, Chris Mulkey and Deluxe and more at The Lawn at Riverfront Park, all culminating in an additional fireworks show.
  For over 20 years Nashville has celebrated Independence Day along the banks of the Cumberland River. The Nashville Fourth of July celebration at Riverfron Park is an annual Nashville Tradition. Festivities will begin downtown at around noon and go on throughout the day, with the city's annual fireworks show scheduled around 9:30 pm.
  Admission to the event is free. For more information, call (800) 657-6910 or visit