Chamblee Fourth of July Celebration

Filed in Events by on June 29, 2016

chamblee fourth of july celebration

The Chamblee Fourth of July Celebration will be held on Monday, July 4th from 5-10 p.m. at Keswick Park Soccer Field. This Chamblee event is full of fun for the entire family and includes one of the best fireworks shows around. There will be live music, food and activities for the family.

The Chamblee Fourth of July Celebration activities include:

Bike Parade – 5 p.m. from Chamblee Middle School
Children have the chance to decorate their bicycles, tricycles, wagons, etc. in a patriotic manner. All those wishing to show their decorated mode of transportation will meet at Chamblee Middle School on Sexton Woods Drive just before 5 p.m. A Chamblee police officer will be onsite to lead the parade the 1/4 mile distance from the middle school to the event stage at Keswick Park. Once the parade has arrived at Keswick Park each contestant will receive a participation prize and the best decorated prizes will be awarded by our judges.

Train Rides – from 5 to 8 p.m.
A mini locomotive will be onsite offering free train rides on the park property to those attending the event. Parents and children are welcome to ride.

Corn Hole Tournament – 6 p.m.
This tournament will be open to the first eight teams that register. There will be an elimination bracket and prizes awarded to the top competitors. Prizes may include anything from a VIP Table at the August 22nd Yacht Rock Schooner Concert to gift certificates to local restaurants. Rules will be available for those that sign up to participate. There is no cost to participate in the tournament.

Live music by Departure – from 7 to 9:15 p.m. (opening act starts at 6)

Fireworks Show
The Chamblee fireworks show at Keswick Park has been known to compete with Atlanta fireworks displays as well known as Lenox. This show is about a 20 to 25 minute show that features a wide variety of fireworks. No need to compete with the Atlanta traffic to be able to see a phenomenal fireworks display.

Food

  • The Mad Italian – cheese steaks
  • Frosty Caboose – Ice Cream
  • Chamblee Parks & Recreation – hot dogs
  • Other items – drinks, nachos, popcorn and candy
  • Attendees may bring in personal food and beverages (excluding alcoholic beverages).

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