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Mains Street’s Stars and Stripes Fest 2018
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Mains Street’s Stars and Stripes Fest 2018

The 4thof July is a day to celebrate the independence of our great country. Without the Declaration of Independence who knows what America would be today. That is why the 4th of July is a national holiday and we celebrate and display our patriotism for our great country. What better way to celebrate the 4thof July than in the Original Hollywood of the South®.

This year the 2018 Stars and Stripes Fest is presented by JACO Contracting Inc. Voted Best Fireworks Show 2016 by Main Street America and Top 4 Fireworks Shows in Georgia 2017 by Uber. There will be a variety of food trucks and fun activities for all ages so, bring the whole family. There will be a zipline, rockwall, a video game truck, spider jump, cow train, obstacle course, and many more options!There will also be performances by Hannah Thomas, Newton County Community Band & Mass Community Choir, Drive Time Band, and A1A: The Official and Original Jimmy Buffet Tribute Band. 

The event Starts at 3:00pm with music from DJ Kid Tree and Go-Ye DJs. Then we have the golf cart parade at 4:00pm that benefits the Newton County Special Olympics Equestrian Team. The golf cart parade is a community favorite you won’t want to miss. At 5:00pm we will have a performance by Hannah Thomas Band then a performance by the Newton County Community Band and Mass Community Choir at 6:00pm. At 7:00pm we will announce the winners of the Golf Cart Parade, immediately followed by a performance from Drive Time Band. At 8:00pm there will be a performance by A1A: The Official & Original Jimmy Buffet Tribute Band. Then the moment everybody has been waiting on, the fireworks begin at 9:40pm after recognizing our heroic veterans and playing our National Anthem. All times are approximate.

So grab your sunscreen and pull out your lawn chairs because this is an event that you don’t want to miss. For more information click the link below. 



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