Where: Downtown Greenville - Court St. to Camperdown St./Broad St. from Laurens St. to Falls St. including Falls Park.
Along with live musical entertainment, the free event will also feature a variety of food and a children’s area from 5-10:30 p.m. at East Broad and Main streets.
Entertainment: Pepsi Main Stage
5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. – Musical entertainment by Millstar Nashville recording artist Outshyne
7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. – Musical entertainment by The Army Ground Forces Band's Jazz Guardians
9:45 p.m. - Bon Secours St. Francis Health System Fireworks
Greenville Drive Baseball - HOME GAME! vs. Rome
When: July 4, 6pm, gates open at 5pm
Where: Fluor Field, Downtown Greenville
First pitch for Independence Day is set for a special 6:05 PM start time, as fans can remain at the ballpark to watch the City of Greenville's spectacular fireworks display as part of the Red, White and Blue Festival.
Cowpens Celebration of Freedom!
When: Sat, July 7, 12:30pm-9:45pm
Where: Cowpens National Battlefield
This free event kicks off with a guided battlefield walk at 12:30, and local re-enactors will give weapons firing demonstrations every hour on the quarter hour from 1:15 p.m. - 5:15p.m. To set the mood for the evening activities, there will be special reading from the Declaration of Independence at 6:45. The Spartanburg Community Band will play patriotic music from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. on the lawn behind the Visitor Center. The Chesnee branch of the Spartanburg County Library will sponsor children's activities from 5:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m., and the park will sponsor them from 7:00 pm - 9:00 p.m. The fireworks display by Zambelli Fireworks will begin at 9:05pm.
Easley Celebrate America
When: July 3, 2pm-10pm and July 4, 2pm-11pm
Where: Easley Downtown at Old Market Square
One of the largest outdoor celebrations in the upstate area, featuring a host of musical entertainment, food, vendors, children’s area and a fireworks display at 9:45pm on July 4.
Kick off the Independence Day celebration a few days early at the annual Greer Memorial Hospital Freedom Blast at Greer City Park. Music, food, and fun for all ages is in store at Freedom Blast, which will operate from 5 p.m. until the grand fireworks display at 10 p.m. Guests will have ample food and drink options, as vendors will line the Greer City Park promenade with a variety of treats for sale. Pepsi and Budweiser will also be on sale at beverage carts and guests are asked to be aware that beer sales will close at 10 p.m. There will also be a salute to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces.
What: Festival of the Stars
When: June 30, 2pm-11pm
Where: Downtown Ninety-Six
Visit 96 June 29th and 30th to celebrate an "Old Fashioned, Down Home, Independance Day Gathering" with games, rides, and continuous entertainment and the Lakelands premier fireworks display.
What: Pickens Celebrates the 4th
When: July 4, 2pm-10:30pm
Where: Legacy Square- Main Street Pickens 333 E Main St Pickens, SC 29671
The City of Pickens and East Pickens Baptist Church team up to present the annual July 4th celebration on Main Street Pickens. There will carnival rides and lots of activities for the kids in Legacy Square. There will also be a stage right on Main Street hosting local and regional musicians. The highlight of the night is area’s largest fireworks show, provided by the City of Pickens.
What: Seneca 4th of July Celebration
When: July 4, 4pm-10pm
Where: Gignilliat Park
The 4th of July Celebration features bounce houses for the kids, Groove Planet, the Jamie Wright Experience, The Tams, and a huge fireworks display beginning at 9:15.
What: 2012 Independence Day Patriotic Pops
When: July 4, 8pm (gates open at 5:30)
Where: Charter Amphitheatre , Heritage Park, Simpsonville
This annual event is an all-American celebration at Charter Amphitheatre at Heritage Park in Simpsonville, SC featuring the Greenville Symphony Orchestra, an awe-inspiring fireworks display, children's activity center and fun for the entire family.
The gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the GSO concert begins at 8:00 p.m.
VIP Tables: $300 (an entire VIP table includes seating for 6 people, complimentary food & beverages, and three premium parking passes)
Adult Single Seat at a VIP Table: $75 per person (includes one premium parking pass per two seats)
Child (ages 3-12) Single Seat at a VIP Table: $30 per child
General Admission Lawn Seating: $5.00 per person
Please note, all ticket prices increase on the day of the concert, so be sure to purchase your tickets before July 4th!
Enjoy music, food, and of course, a fabulous fireworks show. Patriotic music by the Spartanburg Community Band, the Spartanburg Jazz Ensemble, and the Half Dozen Brass Band. Fireworks show begins between 9:30 and 9:45.
General Admission Tickets are $5 each and children 6 and under are admitted free.
When: June 30, 4pm
Where: Downtown Williamston
Events planned include fire truck rides, music, kids’ inflatables, car show and specials on food items at McDonald’s Restaurant.
McDonald’s will also co-sponsor a Classic Car Cruise-in car show with the Williamston Fire Department. There will be a $50 cash give-a-way drawing for cruise-in entries at 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Fireworks will begin after dark.
The Yesterday’s Ride Classic Car Museum next to Ace Hardware will also be open to the public all day.
The tour of the car museum is free. There will be cold drinks available in the museum for a $2 donation to the Pelzer-Williamston Presbyterian Churches Food Bank.
What: Red, White, and Boom!
When: July 3 5:30pm
Where: Old Town Amphitheater, Rock Hill
The winning band of the online, Battle of the Bands contest and Da Throwback Band will perform as part of the 10th annual Red, White & BOOM! festival where the community comes together in Old Town to celebrate America with a live concert, kids activities, ice cream eating contest, food and beverage vendors, and fireworks at 10pm.
Ingles 4th of July Celebration in Asheville
When: July 4, 4pm
Where: Downtown Asheville
An event for the whole family, the Ingles Fourth of July Celebration festivities start at 4 PM in Park Square Park and close with fireworks at 9:30 PM. The day features live music, old-fashioned games, a variety of food from area vendors and a grand fireworks finale.
Brevard 4th of July Celebration/ 17th Annual Firecracker Run
When: July 4, 8:00 AM (run start), festivities all day until fireworks
Where: Downtown Brevard. Run start: 1 Brevard College Drive Brevard, NC
Morning 5K/10K Firecracker Run. During the day, downtown streets are closed to an overflowing crowd. Transylvania Community Arts Council hosts its Annual Fine Arts & Craft Showcase. The Classic Automobile Show stretches for blocks and delights even the casual aficionado of 1920s to 1970s vintage vehicles. The Courthouse Gazebo is center stage for day-long musical entertainment. Fireworks at 9:30 PM
Firecracker Run registration Closing Date Monday, July 2, 2012 @ 11:59 PM PST