Granbury's Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration
Jul 03, 2018 - Jul 04, 2018
Beginning Tuesday evening, July 3rd, the D&D Rockin’ Rods Car Show kicks it all off at 7:00pm at the Granbury Nissan location on Highway 377. This signature showcase features over 150 cars on display, from hot rods to trucks to late models and customized vehicles. The public loves to vote on their favorites and awards are presented at the end of the night. Also planned for Tuesday evening is a live concert in Hewlett Park. The “Concert in the Park” is presented by 95.3 K-HITS and will feature the award-winning “Inversion Band.” The free concert starts at 7:00pm in the park and visitors are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs, coolers, and comfy clothes. Nearby food trucks will have refreshments on hand to quench your thirst and your hunger. They’ll feature choice picks from burgers, sausages on sticks, and sandwiches to something to help keep you cool, like cold drinks, snow cones, and ice cold beer. Wednesday morning, July 4th, sees the full day of events start with the annual Kiwanis Firecracker 5K at 8:00am, followed by the Tom Ward Decorated Bike Contest at 9:00am. The Hometown Parade gets underway at 10:00am, stepping off from the Granbury High School and making its way down Pearl Street to the Historic Granbury Square. 92.1 Hank FM will be on the square broadcasting live with play-by-play and interviews. There will be food vendors and arts & crafts vendors on the square for your full day of shopping fun. The local shops and restaurants on the square will be open, as well. Beginning at 6:00pm, the Texas Junior Bull Riding Shootout will buck off at the Granbury Reunion Grounds. Watch as members of the junior rodeo association compete for top billing. Then, stay seated after the rodeo to take in the award-winning and top-ranked Extreme Pyrotechnics Fireworks Show beginning at dusk over Lake Granbury…this is the perfect seat for the Independence Day display! Don’t forget to tune into KPIR 1420 AM for choreographed patriotic music.
Granbury, TX 76048
Cost: Free and open to the public
Time: Tuesday, 7:00pm-10:00pm; Wednesday, 8:00am-10:15pm