Athens will celebrate our 4th of July, 2022 as the Red, White & Boom: Let Freedom Ring. The Athens Fireworks Show will begin at 9PM at the Athens Stadium (100 U.S. Highway 31N in Athens). No stadium seating. You are able to observe the Fireworks Show from adjacent properties including Central Church of Christ, Athens Shopping Center, Athens High School, Athens State University, and Swan Creek Park. Please remain in your vehicles for your safety and to enjoy the firework show after dark. Sponsors who made this celebration possible are the Athens-Limestone County Tourism Association, City of Athens, Athens Gas Department - An 811, Call Before You Dig Partner, and Limestone County Commission. More Celebrations on July 4, 2022, will be with Central Church of Christ (320 U.S. Highway 31N in Athens. 5:00pm open to the public at the Central Main Building. 6:00pm - 7:30pm - Meal at the East rear parking lot. Games for the kids provided by Kid Central.
Cultivate Church Athens will Celebrate at Athens Plaza 100 U.S. Highway 31 in Athens. Cultivate Church will begin the celebration at 6PM with free hotdogs, free cotton candy, and free soft drinks. cultivateathens.org
Lindsay Lane North Church will take place on Sunday, July 3rd from 6-9:30 at the Elkmont Rec Fields at 25630 Evans Avenue. Come and enjoy the food trucks, inflatables, and Firework Show.
Annual Elk River Boat Party - Saturday, July 2 from 3-7PM Mike and Bridgett Jackson will host the Elk River boat party on Anderson Creek. Music by recording artist Kozmic Mama.
7th Annual Born Free Bash - Tommy and Becky James host the boat party Saturday, July 2nd from 3-7pm with The Jeff Quillen Band providing live music on the water! 1/2 mile south of the Hwy 72 bridge on Elk River
Cruise-In on the Square - Saturday, July 2 at 6pm Open to the public to enjoy seeing the cool cars, trucks, and bikes. Please reserve spaces on the north side of the square open for restaurant patrons. Merchant's Alley - July 1 from 5-6:30pm live music.
If you have a 4th of July event in Limestone County email it to me, Teresa@VisitAthensAL.com and I'll get it on FaceBook. I wish you all a safe and fun 4th!
The Fourth of July celebrates the passage of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. The Declaration announced the political separation of the 13 North American colonies from Great Britain.