Granbury's Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration
Jul 01, 2017 - Jul 04, 2017
On Saturday, July 1st we will be presenting the “Great Nation, Bright Future” concert at Hewlett Park, across from the City Beach. A full line up of artists to be featured and times will be announced. In addition, the D&D Rockin’ Rods Classic Car Show will be in full swing at 4601 Highway 377 (across from Granbury InterBank) starting at 6:00pm. Over 150 classic cars, hot rods, trucks, late models, and customized vehicles will be on display. During the day, a special Memorial Lane Dedication Ceremony will take place at the Jim Burks Fire Fighter Park at 10:00am. The ceremony will include a parade of flags by the Lions Club and musical presentations.
On Sunday, July 2nd vendors open on the square at 1:00pm, and on Monday, July 3rd vendors open for business at 10:00am, with over one hundred booths showcasing an incredible variety of handmade or hand-embellished arts and crafts. And don’t forget the fantastic line-up of food vendors ready to tantalize your taste buds…from corn dogs to funnel cakes, we’ve got you covered.
The Tuesday, July 4th schedule begins with the Kiwanis Firecracker 5K at 8:00am at the Granbury High School Ballfield followed by the Tom Ward Decorated Bike Contest at the GISD open lot in front of Decker Gym. The Hometown Day parade steps off at 10:00am from the high school so you’ll want to make sure and get your spots early on the parade route. There’ll be lots of colorful floats, vintage automobiles, first responders, and even horses…you won’t want to miss! There’s still time to sign up to join the parade and be a part of our hometown celebration. The Ranch Rodeo begins at 6:00pm at the Reunion Grounds and provides a perfect place to watch the fireworks display. The Extreme Pyrotechnics Fireworks Show will light up the night at dusk (approximately 9:45pm) over beautiful Lake Granbury. Don’t forget to tune your radio to KPIR 1420 AM to hear a thrilling patriotic soundtrack synced to the fireworks.
Granbury, TX 76048
Cost: Free and open to the public
Time: Saturday-Tuesday, 10:00am-10:00pm