Everyone is invited to celebrate America’s 241st birthday on Monday, July 3rd by attending Logan City’s Freedom Fire program at Utah State University’s football stadium.
Executive Producer Holly Fjeldsted says she is extremely excited about the program which will bring Americans, friends, families and neighbors together.
Fjeldsted says those attending will honor service men and women and celebrate the writing of the National Anthem. She says the event will feature some incredible music talent, as well.
“We have Cade Mower, who won the Aggie Voice 2017 this year at Utah State. So he will be performing,” Fjeldsted explains. “We are bringing back <a href=”https://www.reverbnation.com/ryaninnes” target=”_blank”>Ryan Innes</a> from last year’s show.
“He was a huge success and we wanted to hear more from him. And then we have a big name act, <a href=”http://partycrashersband.com/” target=”_blank”>The Party Crashers</a>, and they are incredible. They bring a ton of energy and are a lot of fun.”
Fjeldsted says the exciting fireworks show will begin at dark and for the first time in many years fireworks will return to the inside of the stadium. She says <a href=”http://www.loganutah.org/government/departments/parks_and_recreation/freedom_fire_independence_day_celebration_and_fireworks_show.php” target=”_blank”>Freedom Fire</a> will also feature an expanded laser show and will be followed by an encore concert.