Monday, July 02, 2007

4th of July Fireworks Happy Independence Day Clip Art

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Celebrating the 4th of July, Happy Independence Day, America! Fireworks are shown from the 2005 celebration at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo Robbin Cresswell) High Resolution Image

6/14/2007 - Lackland Air Force Base, Texas -- Get ready to celebrate freedom and say "Happy Birthday, America" as Team Lackland gears up for the 29th annual Star Spangled Festival on July Fourth in the base amphitheater.

The gates are slated to open at 3 p.m. for the general public, and "the festivities promise to be a fun-filled evening for the entire family," said Sandra Hillard, 37th Services Division. A free concert titled "The Fly-By" showcasing Tops in Blue will feature a musical tribute to 60 years of proud U.S. Air Force history. The show kicks off at 8 p.m.

4th of July Fireworks Happy Independence Day Clip Art

4th of July Fireworks Happy Independence Day Clip Art

4th of July Fireworks Happy Independence Day Clip Art

The festival wraps up with a 20-minute fireworks extravaganza starting at 9:45 p.m.

The celebration will also have fun activities for all ages, including game booths, a kiddie carnival, paintball and DJ tent. There will also be plenty of food booths available.

Visitors will only be allowed entry to the base through the Gateway East Gate located off of S.W. Military Drive. Parking is free.

All festival attendees must have valid photo identification and current proof of car insurance. No backpacks, coolers, video cameras or pets (other than assistance or guide dogs) are allowed on the event grounds.

For more information, call 37th Services Marketing and Publicity at 671-3906. Lackland Air Force Base

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