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Red, White and Boom in Brentwood Celebration Set for July 4th

Free Music by the Kadillacs and Fireworks

Post Date:06/25/2018

 

 photo of the amphitheater at night

The City of Brentwood invites you to attend the 30th Annual Independence Day Celebration at the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater in Crockett Park from 5pm to 10 pm on Wednesday July 4, 2018.  This year the celebration is being called, “Red, White, and Boom in Brentwood” and features Paul Ross and the “The Kadillacs.”   They will begin playing Big Band, disco, and jazz music at 7pm.  Admission is free thanks to our sponsors Gresham Smith and Partners, Hiller Plumbing Heating Cooling and Electrical, HG Hill Realty Company, Brentwood Academy and Mix 92.9.   Nearly 10,000 people attend this event each year.  Since parking is limited, residents are encouraged to park at the Brentwood Library or River Park and use the bike paths. Residents who live in nearby subdivisions are encouraged to walk or ride bikes to the park.  Cars will not be allowed into Crockett Park after 8:30pm.

Parking and Traffic Map

Fireworks will begin at 9pm.   If there is lightning, strong winds or continuous rain between 7– 9pm, the fireworks will be canceled or postponed.  Lightning is the only reason the concert would be cancelled.

Food Trucks Starting at 5 pm 

For the first time this year, ten food trucks will be lined up around the park to serve food beginning at 5pm.  Those savory trucks include:

  • Hooks BBQ Nashville
  • Dan’s Gourmet Mac and Cheese
  • Papa J’s BBQ
  • Don Miguel’s Rustic Juicery
  • Et Voila
  • I Love Roti
  • 313 Coney

Sweet truck options include:

  • Bradleys Creamery
  • Donut Distillery
  • Blue Monkey Shaved Ice

 

Personal Fireworks Aren’t Allowed in Neighborhoods

A reminder to residents that personal firework displays are illegal inside the City of Brentwood without a permit - something that has been part of the municipal code for many years.    The City asks that all residents be respectful of their neighbors and allow the only fireworks set off to be those in permitted displays.  Concerns about violations can be reported to the Brentwood Police at the non-emergency line only, at 615-371-0160.

 

 


 

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5 pm Food Trucks

7 pm The Kadillacs

9 pm Fireworks

9:15 pm The Kadillacs

 

 

Beginning at 8:30pm, the following streets will be open for one-way traffic only:

  • Wilson Pike – northbound from Crockett Road to Concord Road
  • Wilson Pike – southbound from Crockett Road to Moores Lane
  • Crockett Road – eastbound from the rear park exit to Green Hills Blvd/Raintree Pkwy
  • Crockett Road – westbound from Volunteer Pkwy to Wilson Pike
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