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See Brad Paisley for Free in Nashville on July 4th

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This summer, on July 4th, Downtown Nashville will be hosting a free concert featuring music, fireworks, and family-friendly fun. Brad Paisley will host Let Freedom Sing! for the second time. After his last performance for the event in 2021, Brad Paisley is invited back on stage. Nashvillians will see the event begin to be set up on Broadway Street weeks before July 4th.

Over 250,000 Attendees Expected

With a country legend gracing the stage on this national holiday, the city expects very large crowds. In 2022, Nashville saw between 250,000 to 300,000 concert-goers to Let Freedom Sing! with a lead performance by Old Dominion. Accordingly, for this year’s 20th Annual Celebration by Music City Inc., that number is only projected to increase. With the Amazon Family Fun Zone, children of all ages will be excited to play with inflatables, activities, and live music. The area will be open from noon to 5pm. Plus, adults will be able to enjoy the Jack Daniel’s Stage and local nightlife.

Representatives of Pop, R&B Country Rock, Indie, and EDM

Brad Paisley’s performance will be in the company of The War and Treaty, Langhorne Slim, and Tiera Kennedy on the Jack Daniel’s Stage. Broadway and First Street will host those performances from 6pm to 9pm. Finally, for those visiting the Family Fun Zone, performers include The Magi, Tommy Howell, Les Kerr & The Bayou Band, Troubadour Blue, and DJ Coach.

New Synesthesia Firework Display

The free concert wouldn’t be a July 4th celebration without some fireworks. This year, the fireworks will accompany a beautiful performance by the Grammy-winning Nashville Symphony. Better yet, the event will be using synchronizing technology to create an immersive experience for visitors, as they listen and watch a collaborative display. Crowds will move to the Ascend Amphitheater to watch the fireworks show.

Bringing Community Back to Nashville

Since the hard-hitting depressions of the pandemic, Nashville has operated quiet streets and low crowds. Bringing Let Freedom Sing! fully back into action for the second time in a row is a surefire cure to bring people to Music City. The event is sure to encourage a fun night of restaurant-going, shopping, and out-of-town visitors. President of the Nashville Convention & Visitors’ Corp., Deana Ivey, ensured News Channel 5: Nashville, the event “is also for us to give back to Nashvillians.”

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