With the 4th of July just around the corner, the Town of Cary is gearing up to host their Independence Day Celebration at Koka Booth Amphitheatre. With live music, exciting vendors, and a dazzling fireworks display, this year’s festivities promise to be a highlight for families and friends looking to commemorate America’s birthday in style. Admission is free and no tickets are required.
Doors will be opening at 3:30 PM. The event will feature captivating performances by the renowned North Carolina Symphony and the talented Cary Town Band, delivering an enchanting blend of patriotic melodies and American classics.
In addition to the musical performances, visitors can indulge in a variety of activities and experiences. Vendors will be present throughout the venue, offering a range of delightful treats and engaging entertainment. Make sure to check out The Crazy Axe for some exhilarating axe-throwing fun, while numerous food trucks will satisfy your cravings with delicious cuisine from various culinary backgrounds. Additionally, you’ll find booths supporting different town initiatives, providing an opportunity to engage with and learn more about the community.
One of the highlights of this celebration is the freedom to bring your own food and drinks. Whether you prefer a picnic-style spread or your favorite beverages, including beer and wine, you can pack them along to enjoy during the event.
The event offers free parking, although availability is limited. The parking lot opens at 2:30 PM, so early arrival is advisable. Carpooling or utilizing rideshare services are convenient options that can help alleviate any parking concerns and ensure everyone reaches the celebration on time. Local businesses may offer parking, though they normally will charge for the privilege, and availability is limited.
Pets (other than service animals) are not allowed at this event.
For more information, visit Koka Booth’s official webpage for the event here.