Triangle To-Do: Celebrate Independence Day at Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre

Posted on 07/03/13 No Comments

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Every 4th of July, the town of Cary comes to bright life at its Booth Amphitheatre to celebrate the national holiday with the North Carolina Symphony’s free tribute too all things freedom, flags and America.

The concert will feature a celebrated array of classic patriotic tunes and once the sun sets on the Triangle, the fireworks display will erupt to accompany the concert finale. The Cary Town Band ignites the evening at 5:45 and the North Carolina Symphony follows at 7:30. Both groups will perform on the main stage.

This event has become a grand tradition in the region, attracting families from all over central North Carolina. The kids will be provided with everything from face paint to ferris wheels before the music starts. (The ferris wheel will require a small ticket fee.) Gates open at 3:00 for people to begin staking out blanket space around the lawn. You can’t bring a grill or the family pooch, but feel free to tote along the coolers and picnic baskets.

Have fun out there and, be safe. (Leave the fireworks to the professionals.)

 

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