Celebrate 2013 July 4th in Parker, Colorado
The Children’s Hospital is happy to present this years Independence Day celebration at the Town’s annual event, Let Freedom Sing!
This exciting and popular event is held each year on July 4 at Salisbury Park, in Parker from 6 to 10 p.m. So everyone come enjoy Fun, Food and Fireworks!
Kids and parents alike will enjoy complimentary bounce houses, slides, games, balloon twisting and the new wacky world inflatable. The older kids and adults who are young at heart can try the BIG slide or check out their skills on the climbing wall, obstacle course and sports row! Face painting, a photo booth and light up toys will also be available at low rates.
What’s a celebration without great food and live music?! Indulge in fantastic local fare including the Jessie’s Smokin Nola, Jamba Juice, Old Time Kettle Korn, Swirls frozen yogurt, Snow Business shaved ice, East Coast Italian ice, burgers and dogs, tacos and burritos and more!
Relax and enjoy the sounds Rocky Mountain Brassworks, the 35-piece brass band from 6 to 7 p.m., playing Sousa marches and patriotic favorites! Back by popular demand, Six Million Dollar Band will be jamming to 80’s hits from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m.!
Experience Parker’s biggest and longest fireworks display yet, beginning at 9:30 p.m.
Onsite lots are often full by 8 p.m. so limited parking and handicap accessible parking will be available at Salisbury Park for $5, cash only. General event admission is free. No alcohol, tents or canopies will be permitted. Event-goers are welcome to bring coolers and picnic items. For more information please call Special Events and Marketing Supervisor Julie Wassell at 303.841.0353.