July 4th Parades & Celebration
Join the campaign as we celebrate Independence Day throughout Tennessee’s First Congressional District. Admission to most events is free, but please check with the local parade organizers for the most up to date information. Click on the links below were available.
Join us at 10 AM for the Town of Jonesborough’s Annual Fourth of July Parade. Countless volunteers plan and organize this annual patriotic festival to celebrate our Nation’s Heritage. The parade kicks off a variety of Independence weekend festivities, games and fun for the kids.
10 AM, Kingsport Parade
Also at 10 AM, the campaign will participate in Kingsport’s Fourth of July Celebration & Parade. This even will commerate the 56th Mack Riddle American Legion Fourth of July Parade in Kingsport. The Downtown Kingsport Association will ring in the Fourth of July with fireworks, food and fun, kicking off at 6 p.m. with a downtown concert opening act by Full Circle, followed by Benny Wilson at 8 p.m. Fireworks will then light the sky over Cement Hill in downtown Kingsport beginning at 9:50 p.m. All of the evening’s activities, including the concerts and the fireworks, are free.
Join Phil for Erwin’s Independence Day Parade, hosted by the Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce at 11 a.m. The parade will begin in the parking lot of the Unicoi County Intermediate School.
Join the campaign in Greeneville for a vintage car parade leading to an evening with fireworks display. Food vendors, inflatables, and other children’s activities will be available throughout the event. An entertainment stage will feature a variety of musical acts. Admission is free.
Also at 2 PM, the campaign will hit Downtown Blountville’s Fourth of July Parade. Entrants should line up at Keystone Drive between 1 to 1:15 p.m. No fee for entries.
Join us at 4 PM for the Rogersville Parade, part of Rogersville’s much larger weekend of music and fun.
Capping off our 4th of July campaign festivities will be the Johnson City Fireworks, an annual event we never miss.