Reposted from Trinityrivervision.org
This free family festival takes place at Panther Island Pavilion and gates open at 2 p.m.
What: Celebrate the 4th of July at Panther Island Pavilion. Gates open at 2 p.m. and patrons are encouraged to arrive early to enjoy free family activities, tubing and water shows. Plus, live music from self-proclaimed America's Favorite Cover band, Poo Live Crew. Food, soda, water, and beer will be available for purchase on site. At 8:00 p.m. an F-16 Flyover from the 301st Fighter Wing, NASJRB will fill the sky. As the sun goes down, the sounds of Party Machine Band will fill the evening air. The high-energy cover band will play dance favorites and pump up the crowd for the spectacular fireworks finale. On the shore stage, 95.9 the Ranch will host three local bands in the Battle of the Bald Eagle Battle of the Bands contest. A jet-pack hydroflight show will light up the river to kick off a 28-minute fireworks show which is the largest show in North Texas on July 4.
When: Thursday, July 4th
Gates Open: 2pm
Water Shows: will occur throughout the day
All day musical entertainment including 95.9 the Ranch Battle of the Bald Eagle local band competition at 3:30, 4:30 and 5:15 pm
Texas State Guard Enlistment Ceremony - 6:00pm
Live Music – Poo Live Crew: 6:10pm
Congresswoman Kay Granger Remarks -7:50pm
National Anthem – Austin Allsup
F-16 Flyover – 301st Fighter Wing, NASJRB: 8:00pm
Live Music – Party Machine 8:00pm
Fireworks: 10:00pm – 10:28pm
(Times are approximate)
Where: Panther Island Pavilion
395 Purcey St., Fort Worth 76102
FOR PUBLIC PARKING – check www.fortworthsfourth.com to see all available public parking lots
FOR MEDIA PARKING – media parking is available on the north side of the river near 600 Congress St. FW 76107 (for media parking call the on-site contact Matt Oliver at 817-709-5218)
Who: Fort Worth’s Fourth is made possible by our presenting sponsors Tarrant Regional Water District, Coors Light, Andrews Distributing and Lockheed Martin. Special thanks to our supporting sponsors Tarrant County College, City of Fort Worth, Streams and Valleys Inc., KDFW FOX 4, 95.9 The Ranch and 92.1 Hank FM.
More information is available on the Fort Worth’s Fourth website – www.fortworthsfourth.com