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  1. Lexington 4th of July Celebration – JULY 3-4- Come downtown to celebrate America’s independence! There will be a street festival, concerts, vendors, an ice-cream eating contest and a parade! The fireworks will be launched from the Lexington Financial Center.
  2. Louisville Waterfront Fourth – The Louisville Waterfront Fourth celebration will feature free musical entertainment, family activities, a patriotic installation of 15,000 US flags, festival cuisine, and a Zambelli fireworks display from a barge on the Ohio River.
  3. Bowling Green Hot Rods 4th of July Celebration – Watch a Professional Minor League Baseball game while visiting BG! The Bowling Green Hot Rods bring affordable family entertainment to the state-of-the-art downtown ballpark.
  4. Fourth of July Founder’s Day Celebration – Elizabethtown- We are excited to announce that once again WesBanco has partnered with The City of Elizabethtown to present Founders’ Day 2019 on July 4that Freeman Lake Park.  This year’s line-up will include the Owensboro Orchestra: 2ndStreet Band, FREE kid’s attractions, and Kid’s Fishing Derby.
  5. Old Fashioned 4th – Frankfort, Ky.- Come down to the Liberty Hall grounds and celebrate Independence Day at this FREE community event! With refreshments, historic lawn games, patriotic music and more, there’s something for everyone in the family to enjoy!
  6. 4th in Paducah – Bring the entire family to the riverfront for a spectacular concert and fireworks display. Enjoy an evening of family fun with food, fireworks and free entertainment on Wilson Stage and downtown.
  7. 4th Fest with the Charlie Daniels Band – Madisonville-  CHARLIE DANIELS is coming to town, ladies and gentleman. FOR FREE to play before the FREE fireworks on our annual 4th Fest Fireworks Celebration and Concert
  8. Owensboro  – View the fireworks from the beautiful Ohio Riverfront as the City of Owensboro celebrates the Fourth of July with music from the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra and concludes with fireworks shot off from a barge in the Ohio River. Gates open at 6 pm, followed by speeches, Color Guard, and fireworks accompanied by patriotic music at 9.