Thursday JULY 2nd

Patriotic Pops
Levitt Shell, 7:30 p.m. This year’s Patriotic Pops concert will feature Memphis’ own international opera star, Kallen Esperian, singing Broadway favorites such as “Summertime,” “Someone to Watch Over,” and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” The concert will also include the Second Presbyterian chancel choir and orchestra leading patriotic favorites such as “God Bless America,” “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” and our traditional Armed Forces salute. The evening will conclude with fireworks and the 1812 Overture.

Fireworks Extravaganza
Bobby K. Flaherty Municipal Center (Bartlett)
Live musical entertainment provided by the Bartlett Community Concert Band starting at 6:30pm followed by Jamie Baker & the VIP’s at 8:15pm, activities for all ages including a car display, games for the children, face painting, concessions and more. Spectacular fireworks show at 9:30pm. All activities will take place on the lawn of the Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center and Appling Middle School.

Friday July 3rd

Fireworks Fun
CMOM, 1-3pm
Let’s learn a little science and make a fun patriotic craft together.  Included with admission.

Independence Day Celebration
H.W. Cox Park (Collierville)
By the photos it looks like live music, fireworks at 9:45pm, event starts at 6:30pm

Saturday, July 4th

Lion’s Club Fishing Rodeo
Municipal Park Lake (Germantown), 9-11am
Age: 4 to 15 years.  Bring a fishing pole, tackle and bait and try to hook the big one. Proceeds benefit the charitable work of the Germantown Lions Club.

Fireworks Extravaganza
Municpal Park (Germantown), 5pm
Events begin at 5pm, fireworks at 9:10pm
Celebrate the nation’s birthday with live music, moon bounces, games, crafts and refreshments. Then be amazed by a spectacular fireworks display. Free activities. Concessions available for purchase.

  • We parked at hobby lobby and walked over to the park where all of the action was. We went back to the car to watch fireworks and it was perfect.
  • Very little shade. There are some shady spots by the playground but the view for the fireworks is not as good there. My 2.5 year old loved it, but it is always very crowded.
  • take a chair, not much shade but the sun is going down so it shouldn’t be too bad and my 2 year old had a blast! Lots of people though.
  • we park at Kroger and actually stay there the whole time- there is a hill that the kids use boxes to slide down and the kids there have so much fun.
  • We like to sit at the corner of neshoba and germantown parkway.

4th of July on the Island
Mud Island River Park, 6pm

Memphis Redbirds
AutoZone Park, 6pm
Enjoy a baseball game with fireworks after the game and live music starting two hours before game time. 

 

By: eastmemphismoms.com