NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Communities are starting to display their red, white, and blue décor for the upcoming Independence Day holiday, and plans are underway for celebrations across Middle Tennessee.

For those looking for fireworks to light up their festivities, News 2 has you covered. Here’s a list of events in alphabetical order by city that will include live music, food vendors, activities, and of course FIREWORKS!

Adams

Big Boom Independence Day Celebration – July 3

  • Bell school grounds near City Hall
  • 10am to 10pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • Free admission
  • Live music, food trucks, cornhole tournament

Brentwood

Red, White and Boom – July 4

  • Eddy Arnold Amphitheater in Crockett Park
  • 7pm to 10pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • The Smoking Section Band performance
  • Free admission
  • Food trucks on site
  • Bring lawn chairs, picnic blanket

Clarksville

Independence Day Celebration – July 3

  • Liberty Park
  • 5pm to 9:30pm – Fireworks at 9:00pm
  • Live music, food vendors, games, inflatables
  • Free admission

Cookeville

8th Annual Red, White and Boom – July 4

  • Putnam County Fairgrounds
  • 4pm to 9:30pm – Fireworks at 9:05pm
  • Concert starts at 5pm – The Smoky Nights, Jake Hoot, Resurrection – A Journey Tribute
  • Free admission
  • Food trucks on site
  • Bring lawn chair

Fairview

11th Annual July 3rd Celebration – July 3

  • Fairview City Hall
  • 2pm to 10pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • Performances by Kolby Oakley, Brandon Davis, Rubiks Groove
  • Food trucks and family activities
  • Free admission

Fort Campbell

Division Parade Field – July 4

  • Independence Carnival 1pm to midnight – ticketed
  • Free concert and fireworks show
  • Concert starts at 6pm
  • Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band headliner
  • 9:30pm fireworks show

Franklin

4th of July Celebration – July 4

  • The Park at Harlinsdale Farm
  • 6pm to 9:30pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • Free entertainment
  • Bring lawn chairs, picnic blanket

Goodlettsville

Independence Day Celebration – July 4

  • Moss-Wright Park
  • 4pm to 10pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • Free admission
  • Kids zone $10 – cash only
  • Food trucks
  • Bring lawn chairs, picnic blanket

Hendersonville

Freedom Festival – July 3

  • Drakes Creeks Park
  • 5pm to 10pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • Live music
  • Free admission
  • Kid Zone $5/child or $15/family
  • Bring lawn chairs, picnic blanket

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La Vergne

Independence Day Celebration – July 4

  • Veterans Memorial Park
  • 5:30pm to 10:30pm – Fireworks at dusk
  • Phoenix Rising performance
  • Food vendors, family activities
  • Free admission
  • Bring lawn chairs, picnic blanket

Monterey

Freedom Fest – July 1 & 2

  • The Old Gray
  • Food trucks, vendors, kids zone
  • BBQ Competition
  • Concert July 1 starting at 5pm
  • Chris Janson headliner followed by fireworks show
  • Concert July 2 starting at noon
  • Darryl Worley, Andy Griggs, Ty Herndon followed by fireworks show
  • Tickets starting at $35

Murfreesboro

Celebration Under the Stars – July 4

  • Fountains at Gateway
  • 4pm to 10pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • “The Pilots” at 7pm
  • Free admission
  • Food trucks, music, family activities
  • Bring lawn chairs, picnic blanket

Nashville

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th – July 3 & 4

  • Downtown Nashville
  • Amazon Family Fun Zone at Walk of Fame Park – Free both days starting at noon
  • Performances both days
  • Main show July 4th at Ascend Amphitheater
  • Old Dominion, Gramps Morgan, Cassadee Pope and more in the lineup
  • Fireworks at 9:30pm, July 4

Nolensville

Star Spangled Celebration – July 2

  • Nolensville High School
  • 6pm to 9:30pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • Live entertainment, food vendors, inflatables, family activities

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Springfield

Freedom Fest – July 3

  • Robertson County Fairgrounds
  • 3pm to 9:30pm – Fireworks at 9pm
  • Free admission
  • Live music, food trucks, vendors, carnival rides, inflatables
  • The Oak Ridge Boys performance

Tullahoma

Independence Day Regional Celebration – July 3

  • Frazier-McEwin Park
  • 3pm to 10pm – Fireworks at 9:15pm
  • Live music, games and more
  • Vinyl Radio, Sixwire performances
  • Free admission

Fireworks happening where you live? If you know of a July 4th celebration with fireworks that’s not listed above please email us at WKRNWebmail@nexstar.tv