Williamson County July 4th Celebration Guide | Entertainment

Williamson County has no shortage of entertainment planned for the July 4th holiday.

From Brentwood to Spring Hill, from Nolensville to Fairview and two events planned in Franklin, opportunities to see fireworks and celebrate America’s birthday abound.

Here are some of the planned celebrations, admission to all is free:


The 34th Annual Brentwood Red, White and Boom Festival at the Eddie Arnold Amphitheater in Crockett Park will run from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm on July 4th. The smoking section will return with live music in the evening and food trucks will begin serving food at 5pm. , with music at 19:00 and fireworks at 21:00.

If there is lightning, strong winds or prolonged rain between 19:00 and 21:00, fireworks and possibly the entire event will be canceled or rescheduled. Text “Fourth” to 888-777 to receive alerts for specific traffic, weather, or other safety information.


The 11th annual Fairview 3 July celebration will take place at Fairview City Hall starting at 2:00 pm with a large fireworks show at 9:00 pm.

Colby Oakley, Brandon Davis and Rubiks Grove will perform this year. There will be several food trucks on site and fun activities for the kids.

This is a rain or shine event.


Sponsored by the Franklin Lions Club, the popular Franklin Celebration at Fourth in Central Square on July 4th kicks off at 10:00 AM with music, food and craft vendors, vintage cars and more. As part of the event, there will also be a Children’s Patriotic Parade at 17:00. The composition of the parade participants will begin at 16:45; register at the Lions Club booth on the square during the event.

After Franklin at Fourth Alley, participants can head to the Tractor Supply Co. arena. at Harlinsdale Farm Park at 6:00 pm for the City Fireworks Show, sponsored by WAKM and the City of Franklin and hosted by Friends of Franklin Parks. The music will be provided by Mix Tape, a 1980s tribute band, and there will also be family games provided by Games to Go, as well as food trucks and concessions. Fireworks are expected to start around 21:00.


The Knolensville Star Celebration on Saturday, July 2 at Knolensville High School will run from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The celebration will include food vendors, family activities, live performances and fireworks. The city of Nolansville will also feature US 2022 Special Olympics gold medalist Bethany Steinman, key to the city for her outstanding performance and sportsmanship.

Universal Crush will play from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, with fireworks starting around 9:00 pm, whatever the weather.

Spring Hill

On July 4, Run for Hunger benefiting The Well Outreach will take place at Summit High School. Package drops start at 6:00 AM, 5K starts at 7:00 AM, Color Fun Run starts at 8:00 AM, and Bike and Stroller Parade starts at 9:00 AM for kids ages 10 and under with a parent or guardian. Sign up for 5K or parade at www.july4thrun.itsyourrace.com.


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