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April 13, 2024

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Brad Paisley to Headline Free Nashville July 4 Concert

Event includes free Amazon family fun zone, a HUGE fireworks show, live music and more!

Country Music superstar Brad Paisley will headline the free Let Freedom Sing! Nashville July 4 concert. The downtown event delivers one of the country’s largest fireworks shows. Synchronized to live music from the GRAMMY-winning Nashville Symphony, the events also features charitable partner, The Store. This is the second time Paisley will headline Let Freedom Sing! with his last appearance in 2021.

Paisley, a three-time GRAMMY-winner, will be joined on the Jack Daniel’s Broadway Stage by a multi-genre lineup that includes The War And Treaty. In addition, performances will come from Langhorne Slim and rising Country artist Tiera Kennedy.

“We are proud that Nashville hosts one of the best July 4th celebrations in the country,” says Kevin Lavender, chairman of the board of directors of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp (NCVC) and executive vice president at 5/3 Bank. “We encourage Nashvillians to come out and enjoy the fireworks and the great music from Brad and the rest of the lineup. – all right in their backyard and for free.”

Also on the fourth, a free Amazon Family Fun Zone (open 12 – 5 pm.) will include inflatables and live music.

Nashville July 4 Performances

Performances at the Amazon Family Fun Zone include The Magi; Tommy Howell; Les Kerr & The Bayou Band and Troubadour Blue, and Coach (DJ)  entertaining between sets.

The Jack Daniel’s Broadway Stage will be at First and Broadway. After the concert, the event will shift to Ascend Amphitheater for the live performance by the Nashville Symphony and the fireworks show. Media personality Kelly Sutton will host both stages. Operation Song will provide a song and DJ Dave Audé will entertain between sets. 

The NCVC is offering two Packages and July 4th Fun Packs, which can be purchased at



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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.