A diverse lineup that includes rocker Lilly Hiatt, the R&B-funk-jazz sounds of Regi Wooten and Friends and country rock-southern pop artist Priscilla Block will be part of Let Freedom Sing! presented by Dr Pepper.

Brad Paisley will headline Nashville’s July 4th celebration on Lower Broadway, which will feature the largest fireworks show in Nashville history with the pyrotechnics synchronized to a live performance by the Grammy-winning Nashville Symphony. Symphony Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero will be conducting for the first time in over a decade.

The concert stage will be located at First and Broadway and will activate at 4 p.m. with a set from DJ Robert Luke followed by live music. Jason Eskridge will perform the National Anthem and veteran-support group Operation Song will kick off the lineup of live music. A food truck court will be at Walk of Fame Park along Fifth Avenue.

The Nashville Symphony will perform at Ascend Amphitheater at the conclusion of the concert. Sirius XM host Storme Warren will serve as emcee on the First and Broadway stage with media personality Kelly Sutton hosting at Ascend. The fireworks show will be from 9:30 to 10 p.m.

“We are proud to bring together this diverse lineup to celebrate Independence Day in a big way,” said Butch Spyridon, president and CEO, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. “The free event is a thank you to Nashvillians after the year we’ve had, as well as a way to jumpstart our tourism economy with an influx of visitors.”

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th is a free, family-friendly event created to entertain Nashvillians and attract visitors. The event has regularly drawn more than 200,000 – and as many as 343,000 in 2019 and 250,000 in 2018. This will be the 18th annual celebration produced by the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp and the 37th in the city. No drones or livestream permitted.

For more information. visi the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp website.

 

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