Independence Day is on its way and no one celebrates it bigger or better than Texans. If you’re in the area this summer, check out these amazing Independence Day events in Plano. Get out, lather on the sunscreen, and enjoy the hot, southern sun to the limit!
Patriotic Pops at Haggard Park (July 3rd)
Start celebrating the day before! Here’s how: Join the Plano Community Band at Haggard Park for a special edition of “Mondays in the Park.” This is a free event for the public. Note that the concert will begin at 7 pm.
Patriotic Pops 2019 (July 4th)
Don’t think you’ll make the July 3rd concert? Head over to The Eisemann Center to hear the Plano Symphony Orchestra on the 4th. Conductor Maestro Hector Guzman will head a rousing celebration to honor America on that day. The concert begins at 3 pm. Remember to purchase your tickets online.
Plano Lions Independence Day Parade (July 4th)
Start the day off bright and early on the 4th with the Plano Lions Independence Day Parade at 9 am. You can either watch the parade go by or participate in it yourself.
On that day, the Plano Lions Club will be giving out awards for the Best Marching Unit, Best Overall Float, and Best Use of Theme. Meanwhile, the Spirit of America award will be given to the float that best exemplifies the spirit of Independence Day. So, head on over in the morning and cheer on your fellow parade participants!
All American 4th Festival & Firework (July 4th)
Join Plano Arts at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve for the All American 4th Festival. Events begin at 4 pm. There’ll be a food and vendor market as well as live music from popular local bands. Stick around for the fireworks display at 9:30 pm or tune in to 97.5 KLAK for a simulcast of the show.
The event is free and you’ll find plenty of parking at Collin College and the Plano Event Center. Note, however, that alcoholic beverages are prohibited during the event.
All in all, these Independence Day events in Plano promise plenty of fun for everyone.
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