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City of Loveland Independence Day Celebration is July 4th

 

 

 

 

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Firecracker Festival

Sunday, July 3rd at Home of the Brave Park in Symmes Township

 

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Volleyball fundraiser tournament at Grand Sands in Loveland.

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FREE admission for active and retired Military (July 2-4)

This colorful pageant in the sky set against the backdrop of the park will be three times the size and scope of the park’s traditional nightly fireworks display July 2-3 and 10 times July 4.

To keep the excitement in high gear, Kings Island will stay open until midnight July 2 and July 4, giving guests an opportunity to experience even more thrills on all of their favorite rides and attractions.

6300 Kings Island Drive
Mason, OH 45040

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Music by China Catz, Majestic Man, Strange Mechanics, Love Alive and Subterranean. Games and activities all day. Craft beer options available.

Join us July 2nd for our 4th of July Jam at Washington Park! We’ll have craft beer, food trucks, live music, games, and FIREWORKS! Web Site

 

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At Riverbend Music Center. Rides at Coney Post-show fireworks.

Saturday, July 2, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

Cincinnati’s spectacular Independence Day tradition just got even better!

Join JMR and your Cincinnati Pops at Riverbend as we partner with the USO for its 75th anniversary celebration. Complete with singers, dancers, and your pull-out-all-the-stops patriotic Pops, there is no better way to celebrate America’s birthday

 

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Music! Fireworks! Fun! Join us July 3rd for our Independence Day Fireworks Celebration

Join us on July 3rd for an Independence Day celebration with live music from ACDC tribute band, Thunderstruck!

Entertainment Schedule:
7-8p: Josh McIntosh and Company
8:30-9:30p: Thunderstruck: The Ultimate AC/DC Tribute
Approx 9:45: Fireworks

Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase.

 

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Coney Island comes alive at the 17th Annual LaRosa’s Balloon Glow on Sunday, July 3!

 

 

 

 

AP_event_july4Ault Park 51st Annual Independence Day Fireworks
11am – 11pm

Join us on Monday, July 4th for a day filled with family fun and an evening celebrating freedom and our Founding Fathers. Concessions include sandwiches, hot dogs, barbeque, pasta, salads, mac ‘n cheese, pretzels, ice cream, lemonade and soft drinks. The event is free and open to the public.

 

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Monday, July 4, 2016
4:00 PM – 10:35 PM

BLUE ASH SUMMIT PARK
4335 Glendale-Milford Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242

Celebrate Independence Day with the Biggest & Best Fireworks in the Tri-State area along with music, entertainment, food, drinks and family fun!

Entertainment Schedule
4:00 PM Gates Open
5:30 PM Hotel California
8:15 PM Styx
10:00 PM Fireworks by Arthur Rozzi Pyrotechnics  Read More

 

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THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, JULY 1st – 4TH! FREE! ALL AGES!

Just past the park entrance the pavilion at Hoffner Park will be transformed into a festive Beer Garden. A step beyond festival goers will emerge into a captivating playground of great original music, Fire Breathers, a carnival side show featuring Sword Swallowers and a Bed of Nails! Anticipation will build as a bona fide rock ‘n roll concert unfolds inducing the flow of nightlife activity between Hoffner park and Northside’s dynamic and historic business district.

 

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Join us in the Square from from noon-4:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 2 for our July 4th parade and various family activities.

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Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony Orchestra July 3 Concert

Montgomery Park

Sunday, July 3, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Kick off this year’s Independence Day celebration with the Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony Orchestra’s annual July 3 symphony concert at Montgomery Park. The festivities start at 7:30 p.m. with the playing of the national anthem. This year’s selections will include “American Television Theme Songs” as well as patriotic favorites.  Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the beautiful park setting while listening to the Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony Orchestra celebration of America’s holiday.

Montgomery Independence Day Parade

Monday, July 4, 10 a.m.

Join us for this long standing family tradition in Montgomery. The parade starts at 10 a.m. along Cooper Road from the Sycamore Junior High School to north on Montgomery Road to Schoolhouse Lane. Family-fun units, characters and plenty of tradition built into the lineup of floats, flags and candy-tossing, hand-waving participants make for a spectacular and entertaining start to a full day of celebrating. Come early to get a spot near the announcer (near the Bell Tower in downtown Montgomery).

Montgomery July 4th Festival

Montgomery Park
Monday, July 4, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Americana at its best! Fun kids’ games, corn-on-the-cob, hot dogs, pony rides, music and an ALL-STAR ballgame round out this year’s festival. Many local vendors will be selling great food and drinks along the path in Montgomery Park. Live music by Kevin Fox and the beer booth will be a great gathering spot for adults. Find a hillside spot to watch two local baseball teams play in the noon time All-Star game. Be sure to join us for this full day of family fun!

 

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Red Rhythm and Boom

The City of Mason is celebrating the anniversary of our nation’s independence with the return of Red Rhythm and Boom for the community to enjoy! The event will take place on Sunday, July 3 at the Mason Municipal and Community Center campus.

The City of Mason is excited to announce that Red Rhythm and Boom will feature multi-platinum artist, Andy Grammer! This acclaimed artist began as a street performer in Santa Monica, California, and is now a pop sensation. To date, he has sold over 5.5 million singles worldwide. His hits, like “Honey I’m Good,” “Good to be Alive,” “Keep Your Head Up,” and more are sure to keep the crowds dancing and singing along throughout the evening. The City of Mason is also excited to host musical artist Andrew Ripp as the opening act.

The fun will begin at 4 p.m. with access to carnival and kid zone activities such as a zipline, extreme air trampolines, the globe of death, a climbing wall, bounce houses, strolling entertainment and more! Guests can also enjoy a wide variety of food options as well as an adult beverage garden available throughout the evening. Stage entertainment will begin at 6 p.m. and continue throughout the night until a fireworks display presented by Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks at 10 p.m. We hope you can join us!

Interested in participating or volunteering in the event? Please choose one of the applications below:

Volunteer Opportunities (click here)

 

 

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