Huntington, W.Va - Cam-den Park is the place to be this July 4th, as it celebrates its 104th season! The park's Independence Day extravaganza begins at 11 a.m. and continues until the last ember from the fireworks burns out! In addition to the exciting rides, great food and fun games, special events on July 4th will include balloon artistry, music by Steve Free and Blue Max, and fireworks.
Free, one of Camden Park's favorite entertainers, will perform on the Midway at 2 and 3:30 p.m.
Blue Max has performed for audiences in 35 states, 20 countries and throughout the Caribbean. Blue Max's music features everything from the jitterbug to the Lindy Hop with new arrangements of the swinging compositions of Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller and more. From old favorites to new artists such as Royal Crown Revue and Cherry Poppin Daddies, Blue Max will swing you with rockin' versions of yesterday and today's tunes in Camden Park's Mound Builder Pavilion! Camden Park's July 4th celebration concludes with the biggest fireworks display in the tri-state at 10 p.m.
Camden Park, West Virginia's amusement park, is the tri-state's playground with rides, picnics and fun for all. For more information, call 304-429-4321 or 1-866-8CAMDEN. Camden Park is located on US 60 West Huntington, W. Va. Visit our Web site at www.camden-park.com.
Red, White and Boom
Once again, it's boom time! Tuesday, July 3, 2007 is the 27th annual Red, White and Boom! As always, the riverfront area along the west side of downtown is where the celebration will take place. There will be lots of fun and events all day. The fireworks display will begin at dusk (about 10pm).
11 a.m. Food and novelty concessions open on Civic Center Drive.
12 p.m. Macy's Children Park, presented by COSI, opens at Batelle Park
Entertainment begins at Bicentennial Stage
6 p.m. Parade begins from Front and Spring streets
10 p.m. Red, White and Boom: Fireworks from Washington Boulevard between Broad Street and Town Street in downtown Columbus
Kentucky parks to
have fireworks displays
FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky State Parks will be sporting red, white and blue, along with some spectacular firework displays for the Fourth of July celebrations.
Because the holiday falls on a Wednesday, some state parks have scheduled events on the weekend before or after the holiday, while some events will be conducted on July 4th. Below is a listing of state park events with park phone numbers.