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The Best Places to Watch Fireworks Near Antioch and Nashville for 4th of July 2022

The Best Places to Watch Fireworks Near Antioch and Nashville for 4th of July 2022

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One of our favorite holidays is July 4th. Watermelon, parades, and of course fireworks. The fireworks shows that are scheduled for Nashville and Middle Tennessee are listed here.
 

2022 July 4th Celebrations

Davidson County

Downtown Fireworks – July 4, 2022

Find details HERE.

Old Dominion, Gramps Morgan, Cassadee Pope, Levi Hummon, and other performers will perform at the FREE Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th event in Downtown Nashville on July 4, 2022, to celebrate Independence Day. This Fourth of July, the GRAMMY-winning Nashville Symphony will perform live, and there will be an Amazon Family Fun Zone and the biggest fireworks display in Nashville history.

Music City Hot Chicken Festival – July 4, 2022 – 11AM – 4PM

Eat piping-hot chicken as well as other local fare and beverages. The celebration features a Fire Truck Parade and live music. 

Robertson County

White House – Americana Celebration – July 7 -9, 2022

Find more information at this link.

Springfield – July 3, 2022 3PM – 9:30PM

Freedom Celebration and Fireworks at J. Travis Price Park, 4155 Wilks Rd, Springfield.  Find more information at this link.

Rutherford County

Murfreesboro – July 4, 2022 4PM – 9:30PM

Celebration under the Stars: From The Fountains at Gateway, the City of Murfreesboro displays its yearly fireworks show. There will be fireworks and live music during this event. Pack some blankets or chairs for seating. Visit this link for further details.

La Vergne – July 4, 2022

The gates open at 5:30, and the entertainment begins at 6:00. Free entry is offered. Families are encouraged to bring their own picnic lunches as well as lawn chairs and blankets. Additionally, there will be a variety of food vendors available for visitors to choose from. At dusk, the magnificent fireworks display will start. Visit this link for further details.

Smyrna – July 1, 2022 @ 5PM

Come celebrate the Fourth of July with us at the Lee Victory Recreation Park with music, food, and fun activities. Starting at 5:00 PM at 110 Sam Ridley Parkway's Lee Victory Recreational Park. Additionally, we cordially welcome you to park at the SOAC, where there will be free admission to the summer exhibition Curious George: Let's Get Curious! and outdoor activities. Then, once the sun has set, get ready for one of Smyrna's yearly highlights: the fireworks display that starts at night. Details can be found at this link.

Sumner County

Gallatin –  July 4, 2022 3PM – 9PM

Find more information HERE.

Hendersonville – Freedom Festival – July 3, 2022 5PM – 10PM

This festival will include rides, music and fireworks. Find more information HERE.

Goodlettsville – July 4, 2022 4PM – 9PM

Find more information at this link.

Williamson County

Nolensville – Star Spangled Celebration July 2, 2022 6PM- 9:30PM

The Star Spangled Celebration will be held at Nolensville High School on Saturday, July 2, 2022 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Food vendors, inflatables, family-friendly activities, live entertainment, and fireworks will all be included in this celebration.

Brentwood – July 4, 2022 7PM – 10PM

Red, White and Boom will feature a concert, food trucks and fireworks. Find more HERE.

Franklin – July 4, 2022 6PM – 9:30PM

Fireworks and music at Harlinsdale Farm's The Park. Find more information HERE.

Wilson County

Lebanon – July 4, 2022 5PM – 9PM

Live music, a car and motorcycle show, a bounce house, free food, and fireworks will all be present at this event. Find more information HERE.

Mt Juliet – July 4, 2022 Fireworks at 9PM.

Details at this link.

Watertown – July 4, 2022

At 3 PM, take part in Watertown's yearly squirt gun parade. Find out everything at this link.

*All events subject to change and may be cancelled in the event of inclement weather.

 

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