NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – This year’s Let’s Freedom Sing! Music City’s July 4 event is expected to draw record crowds to downtown Nashville, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp said. in a press release.
The event will include a concert featuring country superstar Brad Paisley as well as opening performers Lilly Hiatt, Regi Wooten and Friends and Priscilla Block. The concert will be followed by the biggest fireworks display in Nashville history with pyrotechnics synchronized with a live performance by the Nashville Symphony.
“Following conversations with other cities regarding major 4th of July events across the United States, it’s safe to say that Nashville will host the nation’s largest live Independence Day celebration this year.” , said Julie Heckman, executive director of the American Pyrotechnics Association, in a statement. Release. “Nashville is a wonderfully creative and welcoming city that knows live entertainment inside and out. It’s exciting to see a massive event with diverse top talent like this come together in such a big way with a fireworks spectacular. 30-minute firework to top it all off.
Features that make it the biggest Independence Day celebration include all live music from 4pm to 10pm; 30 minutes of fireworks synchronized with the Nashville Symphony; expectation of record crowds; and an A-list headliner in Paisley.
In 2019, the 4th of July event in Nashville drew a record crowd of over 343,000 people from downtown to Lower Broadway.
As Music City prepares for a summer of recovery, visitors and locals alike are eager to once again take part in one of Nashville’s biggest events of the year.
“If the weather stays on our side, we are fully prepared for record crowds this July 4,” Butch Spyridon, president and CEO of Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp., said in a press release. “Tourism is one of Nashville’s biggest industries and it’s our biggest annual one-day event, so it holds great significance after having to cancel last year. We’re thrilled to be able to welcome everyone. world anew for the long-awaited celebration of our country and our city with a fun, safe and entertainment-rich evening.