Fourth of July Festival 2014 - Riverfront Park - North Charleston

Fourth of July Festival 2014 – North Charleston

Fourth of July Festival 2014 - North Charleston

Fourth of July Festival 2014 - North Charleston

Fourth of July Festival 2014 – Riverfront Park – North Charleston

The Fourth of July Festival is quickly approaching and once again, The City of North Charleston will be hosting the biggest 4th of July celebration in the state! The festivities will take place at Riverfront Park, located on the former Charleston Naval base, on July 4, 2014 from 3:00 PM – 9:00 PM. As always, the Festival will be free of charge and all guests are invited to bring blankets and lawn chairs so they can sit or lay comfortably while watching the Lowcountry’s largest 4th of July fireworks display!

It’s going to be another awesome event with amazing musical acts, food trucks, vendors, children activities and more! Here is the festival performance schedule:

3:30 – Eddie Bush w/Greg Walker
4:15 – Plane Jane
5:45 – Charleston Groove Factory
7:30 – Mighty Kicks
8:50 – Special Laser Lights show by Big Hair Dave
9:10 – Spectacular Fireworks show by Zambelli’s

A number of food trucks and vendors will also be in attendance, including:

Cast Iron Food Truck
Charleston Festival Foods
Dulce Truck
Fauzia’s Kitchen
H’Bee’s
King of Pops
Kool Katz
Lowcountry Creole Food Truck
Philly’s Italian Ice
Raul’s Maya Del Sol Food Truck
SC Strong
Sudlow-Just Lemonade
Tony the Peanut Man

Shuttle buses will be running to bring people to the park from the designated parking areas near Riverfront Park. If you will be driving you can either enter through the McMillan Avenue gate or the Virginia Avenue gate and turn onto Hobson Avenue. Riverfront Park signs will guide you to the parking areas. All parking is FREE!

For more information on this event, visit the City of North Charleston Facebook event page here.

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