Free Music by the Kadillacs and Fireworks
Brentwood Celebrates Independence Day
The City of Brentwood invites you to the twenty-ninth Independence Day Celebration at the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater in Crockett Park from 7pm to 10:30pm on Tuesday July 4, 2017. Paul Ross and the “The Kadillacs” will begin playing Big Band, disco, and jazz music at 7pm. Admission is free thanks to our sponsors.
It’s estimated nearly 10,000 people attend this event each year and since parking is limited, residents are encouraged to park at the Brentwood Library or River Park and use the bike paths. Residents who live in nearby subdivisions are encouraged to walk or ride bikes to the park. Cars will not be allowed into Crockett Park after 8:30pm. There will not be food trucks at this event due to limited space. Fireworks will begin at 9pm. If there is lightning, strong winds or continuous rain between 7– 9pm, the fireworks will be postponed to a later date in July. Lightning is the only reason the concert will be cancelled.
7:00 pm The Kadillacs
9:00 pm Fireworks
9:30 pm The Kadillacs
Beginning at 8:30pm, the following streets will be used for one-way traffic only:
- Wilson Pike – northbound from Crockett Road to Concord Road
- Wilson Pike – southbound from Crockett Road to Moores Lane
- Crockett Road – eastbound from the rear park exit to Green Hills Blvd/Raintree Pkwy
- Crockett Road – westbound from Volunteer Pkwy to Wilson Pike