Independence Day | Visit Clarksville, TN

Posted by: Visit Clarksville on Friday, July 1, 2016
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What a beautiful time of year in Clarksville-Montgomery County! Summer is here, birds are chirping, kids are playing on summer break and the smells of flowers are in the air. Ahhh, we love this time of year! This month, we celebrate our Independence with fireworks, music and lots of family fun! 

Kicking it off is the City of Clarksville’s Annual Independence Day Celebration on July 3rd at Liberty Park in the Great Lawn. Grab the kids and your cousin Helen that you are visiting this week and head down to Liberty Park for music, food and of course the most fantastic display of fireworks over the Cumberland River. It’s free and something you won’t want to miss! 

If you haven't heard, Fort Campbell celebrates Independence Day for not just one day, but a whole week. Starting June 29th a week-long carnival fires up that includes rides, games, beer, and yummy food! It finishes on July 4th with a free concert by Adley Stump, Clarksville's very own Tristan McIntosh from The Voice, an Air Assault demonstration, and fireworks display that can been seen for miles and unlike any other. Bring your blanket and chairs and enjoy the red, white and blue! 

As Lee Greenwood sings, we are ‘proud to be an American’ here in Clarksville, Tennessee! Come visit and see how patriotic we truly are!

 

Learn more about Independence Day celebrations in Clarksville - 

Fort Campbell Independence Day Carnival & Fireworks Show

City of Clarksville Independence Day Celebration

 


Clarksville - Montgomery County Visitor Center | 180 Holiday Drive Clarksville, TN | 931.553.8467


 

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