Fact Sheet for Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th

NASHVILLE Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th presented by Dr Pepper will feature multi-platinum chart-topper Brett Eldredge as headliner at the main stage at Fifth and Broadway, and the GRAMMY-winning Nashville Symphony will perform at Ascend Amphitheater synchronized to one of the largest fireworks show in the country. July 3 festivities will take place as part of “Start With a Kick & End With a Bang” in conjunction with the Gold Cup semifinal soccer match and will feature headliner Alejandro Aranda performing as Scarypoolparty. An event map is available.

Detailed information below about the following:

  • Fun Facts
  • Livestreaming and Broadcast
  • Event/Concert Schedule
  • Fireworks Viewing
  • Security Procedures
  • Parking and Transportation
  • Social Media
  • Packages
  • Partners and Sponsors
  • Artist Bios
  • Road Closures

Just Announced:

  • Nashville soul singer Jason Eskridge will sing the National Anthem at 5:45 p.m. on July 4 at the Broadway Stage during welcoming remarks from Mayor David Briley.
  • Let Freedom Sing! was recently listed by Travel + Leisure as one of the “Best Free 4th of July Fireworks Across the U.S.”

In a new partnership, CMT will air a 90-minute live special on July 4 that will include performances from headliner Brett Eldredge, highlights from Let Freedom Sing! and conclude with the acclaimed fireworks show. Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th is produced by the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp for the city of Nashville. This is the 15th annual celebration produced by the NCVC and the 35th in the city.

 

July 3

As part of “Start With a Kick & End With a Bang,” a free Family Fun Zone with activities and entertainment by DJ Robert Luke will take place on July 3 starting at noon at Music City Walk of Fame Park. Artists performing at Ascend Amphitheater on July 3 include headliner Alejandro Aranda performing as Scarypoolparty at 6:15 p.m., along with The Whigs at 5 p.m. and Bizz & Everyday People at 4 p.m. “Today In Nashville” personality Kelly Sutton will emcee. Gates at Ascend Amphitheater will open at 3 p.m.

The Gold Cup semifinal soccer match will take place at Nissan Stadium at 8 p.m., and a five-minute fireworks show, which will be shot from the East Bank, will follow at approximately 10 p.m. Tickets are still available for the Gold Cup game.

 

July 4

The free Family Fun Zone with inflatables, giveaways, and entertainment by DJ Robert Luke will take place from noon and last into the evening at Music City Walk of Fame Park. Live music on July 4 will start at noon with DJ Dave Audé and also feature Jackson Bruck & The Dukes of Hume and Creature Comfort, the 2018 and 2019 winners of Lightning 100’s Music City Mayhem, along with the Joe West Band and country artist Dylan Scott. The evening program will start at 5:45 p.m. with a welcome from Mayor David Briley and the National Anthem from soul singer Jason Eskridge, leading into performances from headliner and multi-platinum chart-topper Eldredge, along with GRAMMY-nominated neo-soul/rock artist Jessy Wilson and Mac McAnally, a record-breaking 10-time CMA Musician of the Year. SiriusXM host Storme Warren will serve as emcee on stage. “Today In Nashville” personality Kelly Sutton will be hosting from the crowd.

After Eldredge’s performance, the event will shift to Ascend Amphitheater around 9:10 p.m. and conclude with a 30-minute pyrotechnics show synchronized to a live performance by the Nashville Symphony. The program will feature patriotic recitations from Barry Scott.

The Independence Day celebration will include a Family Fun Zone, with inflatables and other kid-friendly activities, from noon to 5 p.m. at Music City Walk of Fame Park. Other activations will last into the evening.

Eldredge is a platinum-selling singer/songwriter. His current hit “Love Someone” is Top 20 at country radio and is the third single from his self-titled record, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart and the all-genre Top Albums Sales chart. McAnally is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame and Alabama Music Hall of Fame. Wilson has toured with Alicia Keys and written with John Legend and her first release as a solo artist, Phase, was written and recorded with producer Patrick Carney—drummer for the Nashville-based Black Keys.

The concerts and fireworks are free and open to the public.

Don’t miss: Mayor David Briley will welcome attendees at 5:45 p.m. on Thursday, July 4 on the Broadway Stage at Fifth and Broadway.

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th is presented by Dr Pepper and partners include Advance Financial, Anderson Benson Insurance, Kroger, General Jackson Showboat, Green Giant®, Navy Federal Credit Union, Peg Leg Porker, SoundWaves, Topgolf Nashville, Tennessee Highway Safety Office: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk, WSIX-FM – The BIG 98, NASH FM 103.3, 95.5 NASH ICON, Jack Daniel’s, and Budweiser.

Suggested tweet: Details released for the huge #NashvilleJuly4 event. See the full lineup, schedule, house rules, fun facts, and more at https://www.visitmusiccity.com/july4th.

 

Fun Facts

Fireworks

  • More than 62,000 shells will be shot, making it one of the largest fireworks shows in the country.
  • Eighteen technicians from Pyro Shows will set up the show over the course of eight days.
  • More than 36,000 pounds of explosives and 150 miles of wire will be used.
  • Fifteen flatbed trailers mounted with fireworks will be used.
  • Some 40,000 pounds of sand will be used to bury the largest shells.
  • There will be more than 1,000 floating flares and special ghost shells as part of the show.
  • The largest shell is 10 inches in diameter and weighs 12 pounds. It leaves the mortar at 200 mph and climbs to 1,000 feet before breaking into a colorful canopy. The 30-minute show will include more than 250 of these types of shells. There will also be 250 8-inch shells.
  • The show’s finale will be the most powerful in Nashville history.

 

Livestreaming and Broadcast

The fireworks show will be livestreamed on visitmusiccity.com/july4th/.

In a new partnership, CMT will air a 90-minute live special that will include performances from headliner Brett Eldredge, highlights from Let Freedom Sing! and conclude with the acclaimed fireworks show. The show will be aired again right after the live broadcast.

 

Event/Concert Schedule

(Artists and times subject to change)

Wednesday, July 3

Event Site Opens at Noon

Music City Walk of Fame Park
Noon – 5 p.m | Family Fun Zone with activities and DJ Robert Luke (Giveaways and other activations will last into the evening)

Main Show at Ascend Amphitheater (Gates open at 3 p.m.)
3:50 p.m. | Emcee Kelly Sutton Provides Welcome
4 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. | Bizz & Everyday People (45 minutes)
4:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Kelly Sutton/Set Change
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. The Whigs (60 minutes)
6:00 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. Kelly Sutton/Set Change
6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. | Alejandro Aranda performing as Scarypoolparty (60 min.)

Nissan Stadium
8 p.m. Gold Cup Semifinal Soccer Match
*Following Gold Cup Game: Five-minute fireworks show (approximately 10 p.m.)

 

Thursday, July 4

Event site open from Noon to 10 p.m.

Music City Walk of Fame Park
Noon – 5 p.m. Family Fun Zone with inflatables and DJ Robert Luke (Giveaways and other activations will last into the evening)

Main Show at Broadway Stage at Fifth and Broadway
Noon – 2:05 p.m. DJ Dave Audé
2:05 p.m. – 3:05 p.m. Joe West Band (60 min.)
3:05 p.m. – 3:20 p.m. DJ Dave Audé/Set Change (15 min.)
3:20 p.m. – 3:50 p.m. Jackson Bruck & The Dukes of Hume (30 min.)
3:50 p.m. – 4:05 p.m. DJ Dave Audé/Set Change (15 min.)
4:05 p.m. – 4:35 p.m. Creature Comfort (30 min.)
4:35 p.m. – 4:50 p.m. DJ Dave Audé/Set Change (15 min.)
4:50 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Dylan Scott (40 min.)
5:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. DJ Dave Audé/Set Change (15 min.)
5:45 p.m. – 6 p.m. Main Show Starts with Welcome from Emcee Storme Warren, Remarks from Mayor David Briley, Color Guard, National Anthem from Jason Eskridge and Fireworks
6:00 p.m. – 6:40 p.m. Jessy Wilson (40 min.)
6:40 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. | Emcee Storme Warren /DJ Dave Aude/Set Change (20 min.)
7:00 p.m. – 7:55 p.m. Mac McAnally (55 min.)
7:55 p.m. – 8:20 p.m. Emcee/ DJ Dave Audé/Set Change (25 min.)
8:20 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Brett Eldredge (70 min.)

Ascend Amphitheater (Opens at 4 p.m.)
9:10 p.m. – 9:12 p.m. Remarks from Emcee
9:12 p.m. – 9:20 p.m. House Music
9:20 p.m. – 9:22 p.m. Emcee introduces Barry Scott and Nashville Symphony
9:22 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Barry Scott and Nashville Symphony
9:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Nashville Symphony with Fireworks (30 min.)

 

Fireworks Viewing

For those primarily interested in watching the fireworks, they are encouraged to go to the following locations that are part of the city’s July 4 event campus:

  • Lower Broadway
  • Ascend Amphitheater
  • Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge
  • Riverfront Park (with audio)
  • The Green at Riverfront Park (with audio)
  • Public Square Park (with audio)
  • Music City Walk of Fame Park (with audio)

Video screens will be placed at Riverfront Park and at The Green at Riverfront Park, as well as on the Broadway Stage and at Ascend Amphitheater.

Those sitting in Ascend Amphitheater will be able to watch the Broadway Stage concert on screens, while those on Broadway will be able to watch the Nashville Symphony performance on screens.

 

Guidelines, Weather Safety, and Security Procedures

The city’s annual free July 4 concert and fireworks show are expected to draw an estimated crowd of 150,000, and, to ensure maximum safety for attendees, backpacks and coolers will not be permitted. At five designated locations, cold bottled water will be available at two bottles for $1 until 5 p.m. After 5 p.m., bottled water at those locations will be $1 each. Additionally, at those designated locations, you can get two hot dogs for $3 until 5 p.m., and they will cost $2 each the rest of the night.

Attendees are encouraged to pack smart, stay hydrated and bring refillable water bottles to fill at three free water stations. In addition, six misting stations and misting fans will be stationed around the event site to help eventgoers stay cool throughout the day. First-aid tents will be located throughout the event site. Attendees are encouraged to pack sunscreen, hats, visors, and sunglasses to help fight the heat.

Traditional food vendors will be located along First Avenue from Church Street to the Pedestrian Bridge and in Music City Walk of Fame Park.

Food trucks will be located on First Avenue near the Pedestrian Bridge, on Second Avenue North and South, on Broadway, on Fourth Avenue South and near Music City Walk of Fame Park on Fifth Avenue. Food concessions will be available at Ascend Amphitheater.

All personal items are subject to searches. A list of House Rules is available.

Permitted Items Include:

  • Collapsible chairs everywhere, except Ascend Amphitheater
  • Handheld personal-sized umbrellas (up to 36”)
  • Blankets and ground tarps (6’x8’ or less)
  • Personal cameras
  • Small bags with a maximum measurement of 16”x10”x4”

Note: All chairs and umbrellas must be taken down and put away by 4 p.m.

Prohibited Items Include:

  • No coolers
  • No backpacks or luggage
  • No guns, knives, other weapons or dangerous devices of any kind
  • No outside alcoholic beverages
  • No illegal substances, drugs or drug paraphernalia
  • No fireworks
  • No laser pointers
  • No pets (except service animals)
  • No drones or other remote-controlled aerial or ground-based devices
  • No unauthorized vending, sales, sampling, solicitation or distribution of materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, beach balls, giveaways, etc. (event credentials required)
  • No wagons or pull-carts
  • No unauthorized personal transport devices, including bicycles, roller blades, skateboards, Segways, golf carts, mopeds, scooters, electric scooters (Bird, Lime, Spin, Lyft, JUMP, Gotcha, Bolt) or any personal motorized vehicles other than wheelchairs or ADA Devices (event credentials required)
  • No pedicabs or pedal taverns
  • No unauthorized amplification devices permitted, which disrupt event production, including handheld megaphones
  • No noisemakers (musical instruments, bullhorns, air horns, whistles, etc.)
  • No performances or demonstrations of any type outside of the Designated Freedom of Expression Zone
  • No pop-up tents
  • No beach or pole-style umbrellas
  • No audio recorders, video or professional cameras
  • No inserting stakes, poles or any other objects into the ground, or use of ropes, cords, tape, etc. to reserve space
  • No hammocks or attaching anything to any park structures or trees
  • No audio recorders or video cameras
  • No camera stands, monopods, tripods, attachment sticks of selfie sticks
  • No aerosol containers of any kind
  • No sealed containers of any kind
  • No throwing objects
  • No professional-grade radios or walkie-talkies
  • No large chains or spiked jewelry
  • No signs, flags on sticks or poles
  • No collapsible chairs in Ascend Amphitheater

Note to Boaters: No anchorage between Woodland Street Bridge and KVB Bridge.

 

Parking and Transportation

The Tennessee Highway Safety Office reminds everyone to plan ahead and find a sober ride home this Independence Day. Remember: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.

Nearby parking

On July 4, vehicle parking will be available at Nissan Stadium for $10. Lots E, D and P will open at 8 a.m. Lots A, B, C and F will open at 2 p.m. $40 for RV parking in Lot P. Parking spots for $15 at the Metro Courthouse Garage; $14 ($10 after 5 p.m.) at Nashville Public Library Downtown; and $15 at the Music City Center.

To locate other available parking downtown, visitwww.parkitdowntown.com.

Ride Share Locations

Downtown Passenger Loading Zones
James Robertson Parkway from Third Avenue to Fifth Avenue (both north side and south side)
Deaderick Street from Third Avenue to Sixth Avenue (both north side and south side)
Commerce Street from Third Avenue to Fifth Avenue (south side)
Korean Veterans Boulevard (KVB) from Second Avenue to Eighth Avenue (both north side and south side)

Nissan Stadium Passenger Loading Zones
Woodland Street- North First Street to North Second Street (both north side and south side)

Musician Loading Zone Locations
Fourth Avenue North between Broadway and Commerce Street, red bagged meters next to AT&T building
Third Avenue North between Broadway and Commerce Street, red bagged meters next to Baker Donelson building
Overflow will be available on Commerce Street between Third Avenue and Fifth Avenue in the rideshare lanes (south side)

Taxi Cab Stand Location
Seventh Avenue South at Broadway

Transit

WeGo Public Transit: All routes will operate on a Sunday/Holiday schedule. Service on select routes will be extended to get customers home after the fireworks – normal fares apply.

Regular service buses on all bus routes will depart WeGo Central at 9:15 p.m. At the conclusion of the fireworks display, select routes will have a single departure at 10:45 p.m. from Broadway in front of Hume-Fogg Magnet School between Seventh and Eighth Avenue.

  • 3 West End/White
  • 4 Shelby
  • 5 West End/Bellevue
  • 7 Hillsboro
  • 10 Charlotte
  • 14 Whites Creek
  • 15 Murfreesboro Pike
  • 17 12th Avenue South
  • 18 Airport
  • 19 Herman
  • 22 Bordeaux
  • 23 Dickerson Road
  • 26 Gallatin Pike
  • 28 Meridian
  • 34 Opry Mills
  • 52 Nolensville Pike
  • 60 Blue Circuit

Park and Ride: WeGo has partnered with the following businesses to offer Free Park & Ride lots at the following locations on bus routes:

  • Dollar General at Hickory Plaza
  • Global Mall at the Crossings
  • Hillwood at Nashville West Shopping Center
  • Bellevue Park & Ride
  • Walton Lane lot on Gallatin Pike
  • Vanderbilt University Parking Lots along Natchez Trace

These services help residents and visitors safely celebrate Let Freedom Sing! Get detailed service information by subscribing to the WeGo mailing list or check one of the mobile real-time information tools such as Google Transit or the Transit App.

WeGo Star: A total of 950 tickets were released for WeGo Star. Round-trip tickets cost $15 plus an $0.88 processing fee and are available for purchase through ticketsnashville.com. Tickets will be on sale until 24 hours prior to departure or until they are sold out, whichever comes first. Tickets will not be for sale July 4th on the platforms.

 

Social Media

Make sure to download the free Nashville July 4th app from the App Store or on Google Play to get the most up-to-date information on the event, schedule, map, music, fireworks, official merchandise and everything else Let Freedom Sing! has to offer. Search Nashville July 4th.

#NashvilleJuly4 & @VisitMusicCity
The official hashtag for the 2019 Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th is #NashvilleJuly4. Please use this hashtag in all social media posts about the event and follow along to join the conversation.

Follow us on social media for event updates, information, and answers to your #NashvilleJuly4 questions:
Twitter: @VisitMusicCity – http://twitter.com/visitmusiccity
Instagram: @VisitMusicCity – http://instagram.com/visitmusiccity
Facebook: Visit Music City – http://facebook/nashvillemusiccity
Snapchat: visitmusiccity – https://www.snapchat.com/add/visitmusiccity

The Bands on Social Media
#NashvilleJuly4 bands, emcees, and venue can be found on Twitter at:
@BrettEldredge; @MacMcAnally; @DylanScottCntry; @HeyMsWilson; @NashvilleSymph; @StormeWarren; @TVKellySutton; @Ascend_Amp @scarypoolparty.

Social Media Street Teams
Teams will be roaming the event site, interacting with guests and offering fun #NashvilleJuly4 props for exciting photo opportunities to be shared via @VisitMusicCity accounts and throughout the visitors’ own social media channels.

The Advance Financial Picture Frame will be located at First and Broadway near the Court of Flags. Take your photo in the frame and post on social media with the #NashvilleJuly4 tag and @VisitMusicCity!

 

Packages

Visitor packages to experience July 3-4 in Music City:

  • Hotel stay + July 4th Fun Pack: July 4th Fun Pack includes commemorative July 4th event t-shirt, event koozie, hand-held American flag, patriotic folding hand fan, and a Nashville cinch bag to carry your items. 
  • Hotel stay + July 4th Fun Pack + Total Access Pass. The Total Access Pass is being offered at a special price of $65 per person (regular price is $75). Total Access Pass is Nashville’s official combo attraction pass. Select four attractions from a list of 30+ attractions and receive two bonus attraction tickets and two discounts.
  • Hotel stay + July 4th Fun Pack + Soccer Game Tickets to the Gold Cup Semifinal on July 3.  Seats are in lower section 111.
  • Hotel stay + Soccer Game Tickets to the Gold Cup Semifinal on July 3. Seats are in lower section 111.
  • Soccer Game Tickets to the Gold Cup Semifinal on July 3. Seats are in lower section 111. (No Hotel Stay Needed)

To book or if you have questions, please call 1-800-657-6910 or book online at visitmusiccity.com/july4th/july4thweekend#packages

Partners and Sponsors

Partner activations open at noon on July 3 and 4 and will last into the evening. Other activations will include Topgolf Nashville, WSIX-FM – The BIG 98, NASH FM 103.3, 95.5 NASH ICON, Jack Daniel’s, and Budweiser.

  • National Championship Trophy presented by Dr Pepper: College football fans can take a free photo with The National Championship Trophy presented by Dr Pepper. This is the actual trophy for the upcoming 2019 season which will be awarded on the field at the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on Jan. 13, 2020 in New Orleans. It weighs approximately 50 pounds and is made of 24-karat gold, stainless steel, and bronze.
    • On July 3, Dr Pepper will sample full-size cans of the new Dr Pepper Dark Berry.
    • On July 4 they will have samples and giveaways.
    • At the Dr Pepper Football Toss, test your football throwing accuracy at the Dr Pepper inflatable can.
  • Green Giant: Ho-Ho-Ho! Green Giant, the iconic vegetable brand, will be sampling Green Giant® Veggie Tots in the Family Fun Zone. Loaded with veggies, not potato, Green Giant Veggie Tots are a great alternative to tater tots and fries.
  • Allstate: Join Allstate at the official “Day for Play” ahead of the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup™ semifinal match. This free public event on July 3 encourages soccer fans and players alike to get outside and celebrate their passion for the sport with several fun activities.
  • Try your soccer skills with goalkeeper battles against fellow competitors and pro soccer players.
  • Pose for photos with the Gold Cup trophy before it takes the field during the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Tournament.
  • Bring your old soccer balls to trade in for brand new soccer balls. As part of Allstate’s promise to protect and preserve the sport of soccer, the company will recycle all worn out soccer balls and will offer brand new soccer balls in return.
  • Get a chance to win tickets to the semifinal Gold Cup match on July 3.
  • SoundWaves at Gaylord Opryland: Soundwaves is the country’s first truly upscale, indoor/outdoor resort water attraction. SoundWaves fuses music and water to create a uniquely Nashville experience with something for everyone, from relaxing indulgences and adults-only areas to live music and thrilling water attractions. Cool off at the SoundWaves Cooling Station with misting fans, a virtual reality zone to step inside a 360◦ view of the water attraction, enter for a chance to win a holiday trip to Gaylord Opryland and a discount offer for a SoundWaves Experience Package.
  • Navy Federal Credit Union: Giveaways will include rally towels representing all branches of the military and fun items for kids. Navy Federal’s mission is to always put members first. Each area of the credit union operates with the same purpose in mind, making members’ financial goals the top priority. Navy Federal is honored to serve those who serve, with a field of membership comprised of all Department of Defense and Coast Guard active duty, veterans, civilian and contractor personnel, and their families.
  • Tennessee Highway Safety Office: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk: The Tennessee Highway Safety Office reminds everyone to plan ahead and find a sober ride home this Independence Day. Remember: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.

 

Artist Bios

Brett Eldredge
Platinum-selling singer/songwriter Brett Eldredge has established himself as one of country music’s smoothest-singing vocal powerhouses, biggest radio heavy-hitters and most entertaining, arena-packing showmen. His current hit “Love Someone” is Top 20 at country radio and is the third single from his self-titled record, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart and the all-genre Top Albums Sales chart. The record has yielded Gold-certified hits “Somethin’ I’m Good At” and most recently “The Long Way.” The latter tune lends its name to his critically acclaimed and first ever sold-out headlining tour. Eldredge’s live shows feature his six chart-topping, Gold- and Platinum-certified singles spanning three albums. The Paris, IL native released his Christmas record Glow in October 2016 and earned an additional No. 1 song on the Holiday Music and Adult Contemporary charts with “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” a duet alongside GRAMMY-winner Meghan Trainor. The deluxe edition, featuring five brand new evergreen tracks, was released in October 2018. bretteldredge.com

Mac McAnally
A record-breaking 10-time CMA Musician of the Year, Mac McAnally is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame and Alabama Music Hall of Fame. The renowned songwriter, singer and instrumental virtuoso has authored dozens of hit records for other artists, several of which peaked at No. 1. His own recording career began with a debut hit single “It’s A Crazy World” (1977) and continued most recently with his 14th album release Southbound (2017), an ambitious orchestral adaptation of many of his best-known songs. He has written hits for Alabama, Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Chesney, and Sawyer Brown and has studio credits that include albums by Toby Keith, Linda Ronstadt, George Strait, Dolly Parton, Brad Paisley and Amy Grant, among others. macmcanally.com

Jessy Wilson
Years before she toured the world alongside Alicia Keys, wrote songs with John Legend, belted the Southern rhythm and blues with Muddy Magnolias and kicked off a solo career with 2019’s Phase, Jessy Wilson grew up in Brooklyn, listening to the diverse sounds that filled her family’s apartment. Those influences come together on Phase, the GRAMMY-nominated songwriter’s first release as a solo artist. Written and recorded with producer Patrick Carney—drummer for the Black Keys—Phase brews up its own storm of soulful sound. Gritty and progressive, Phase reintroduces Jessy Wilson as never heard her before: undiluted, unaccompanied and unleashed. jessy-wilson.com

Dylan Scott
It’s a long way from the outskirts of Bastrop, LA to the No. 1 spot at country radio, each mile marked by passion, perseverance, and sweat. Scott’s romantic platinum-certified hit “My Girl” went to No. 1 and his Gold-certified “Hooked” was a Top 5 smash. His new album is Dylan Scott Deluxe Edition, which includes three powerful new tracks to join the original album’s 13 songs. Born into a musical family, Scott’s father played guitar for stars like Freddy Fender and Freddie Hart. By the time Scott arrived in Nashville to start chasing his own dreams, he was still only in high school, but his drive was obvious for all to see. Scott’s self-titled album debut landed at No. 5 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart, helping him gather over 535 million on-demand streams and 4 million stream equivalent songs in the process. He made a triumphant Grand Ole Opry debut and launched a headlining tour, selling out some of the nation’s biggest clubs for crowds of over 3,000. dylanscottcountry.com

Alejandro Aranda performing as Scarypoolparty
Following a buzzworthy season on ABC’s “American Idol,” singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Alejandro Aranda, known professionally as Scarypoolparty, came in second on the show and since then has been working tirelessly to prepare his debut project with Hollywood Records. Recently, Scarypoolparty sold out his first headline tour in under 12 minutes including sold-out shows in Brooklyn, Los Angeles and two hometown shows at The Glass House in Pomona, CA. The run of live dates kicks off in Washington, D.C. on July 8 at DC9. Aranda, who hails from Pomona, CA, formally began creating music just four years ago and proved to be one of the most inventive and original artists to date on “American Idol,” captivating not only the judges but millions of viewers nationwide.  “USA Today” called Aranda a “viral sensation” and, to date, his American Idol audition has over 10.5 million views.

The Whigs
Formed in Athens, Ga. in 2002, The Whigs have released five studio albums and toured the world with acts such as Kings Of Leon, The Black Keys, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Drive By Truckers, Hold Steady, Band of Skulls, Dead Confederate, and Wax Fang. They have become late-night television regulars, having appeared on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” The band has performed at American festivals such as Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, and Sasquatch, as well as Japan’s Fuji Rock and Europe’s Rock Werchter, T in the Park, and Oxygen Festivals. Their most recent release, Live In Little Five, is a 10 song live album capturing the band at the height of their rock n roll might and was released in 2016 by New West Records. thewhigs.com

Bizz & Everyday People
Bizz & Everyday People is a high energy R&B band that is internationally known for its upbeat party music and extended playlist. They have performed for thousands from corporate events to upscale weddings and festivals. Voted Indie R&B Band of The Year in 2018, they have carved their niche in Music City. The infectious party band consists of eight to ten pieces, including two to four horns, an amazing rhythm section, and two lead singers. The band is fronted by the eldest son of Nashville music legend Jimmy Church of “Night Train” fame. bizzandeverydaypeople.com

Joe West Band
Singer/songwriter Joe West has been described as a cross between Kenny Rogers, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder, and Merle Haggard. The Joe West Band is the house band for Nashville International Airport, offering a warm Nashville welcome to thousands. He has had multiple performances at The Bluebird Café, done private events at the home of the legendary Naomi Judd, opened for The Wooten Brothers, been a finalist on the Charlie Daniels’ Talent Round Up, and performed at other Music City venues, including The George Jones Rooftop Bar, Ole Red, City Winery, and the world-famous Tootsie’s. 

Creature Comfort
Creature Comfort released Echoes and Relics in 2016 and is preparing for the release of Home Team. The quintet includes frontman Jessey Clark, lead guitarist Charlie Hickerson, multi-instrumentalist and backing vocalist Alex Robinson, bassist Cole Bearden and drummer Taylor Cole. The band won the 2019 Music City Mayhem Contest put on by Lightning 100. creaturecomfortband.com

Jackson Bruck & The Dukes of Hume
Jackson Bruck is the 2018 winner of Lighting 100’s Music City Mayhem Contest and was a performer at Live On the Green that same year. In 2016, Bruck auditioned for “American Supergroup” and was selected after performing an original song and an inspired cover of “Jersey Girl” by Tom Waits. The show was filmed in Nashville and led to the recording of his 2017 debut EP Here We Come. His band and the song “Dukes of Hume” were selected from over 300 submissions as one of the 32 bands to compete in the 2018 Music City Mayhem Contest. They won after three rounds of voting and a live show finale at Marathon Music Works. jacksonbruck.com

 

Road Closures

Various roads will be closed to accommodate the July 3-4 events. A complete list of Road Closures is available.

 

Sunday, June 23, 2019

6:00am
Close Victory Lane cut-out area (North side of street) just south of the Nissan Stadium south-endzone area (REOPEN Saturday, July 6, 2019 by 5pm)

Cone off the Victory Lane cut-out from the travel lanes

Close Sidewalks on Victory Lane (Titans Way to South 2nd Street) --- closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

5:00pm
NO PARKING on Titans Way from Russell Street to Victory Lane (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

 

Monday, June 24, 2019

11:00pm
Close Victory Lane from Titans Way to South 1st Street (REOPEN on  Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

Close Titans Way from Russell Street to Victory Lane (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

Close Russell Street from South 1st Street to Titans Way (REOPEN on  Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on Titans Way (Russell Street to Victory Lane) --- closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on Russell Street (South 1st Street to Titans Way) - closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on South 1st Street (Victory Lane to South 2nd Street – 1st becomes Davidson) --- closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

 

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

6:00am
Close Sidewalks underside of John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for Pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

Close Sidewalks underside of John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for  pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

 

Thursday, June 27, 2019

7:00am
Close Sidewalks on east side of 1st Avenue (Korean Veterans Boulevard to Church Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, July 6, 2019 by 5pm)

 

Friday, June 28, 2019

6:00am
Close Sidewalks on 6th Avenue (Demonbreun to Broadway) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday July 6, 2019 by 5pm)

 

Saturday, June 29, 2019

6:00am
Close 1st Avenue cut-out area (East side of street) just south of Broadway (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm) --- Cone off the 1st Avenue cut-out from the travel lanes

Close 6th Avenue from Broadway to Demonbreun (REOPEN on Saturday, July 6, 2019 by 12pm)

Close Sidewalks on Gay Street Connector (1st Avenue to 1st Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

8:15am
Close Arrival Court (REOPEN on Saturday, July 6, 2019 by 5pm)

 

Sunday, June 30, 2019

6:00am
Close 1st Avenue cut-out area (East side of street) just opposite of Molloy Street near Ascend (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm) --- Cone off the 1st Avenue cut-out from the travel lanes

5:00pm
Bag all meters on 5th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on 4th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019) - Cone off the parking spaces from the travel lanes on both the east and west sides of 4th Avenue

Bag all meters on Broadway (5th Avenue to 6th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Saturday, July 6, 2019)

Bag all meters on Broadway (6th Avenue to 7th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

 

Monday, July 1, 2019

6:00am
Close Broadway from 5th Avenue to 6th Avenue (REOPEN on Friday,   July 5,   2019 by 12pm)

Close Broadway from 6th Avenue to 7th Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Close 5th Avenue from Demonbreun to Commerce Street (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Close Broadway from 4th Avenue to 5th Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Close Downtown Sporting Club Alley (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Reroute south-bound lanes of 4th Avenue North from Commerce Street to Broadway to two-way traffic (REOPEN by Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm) --- Place 50 orange cones at SE corner of 4th Avenue and Commerce Street and 25 orange cones at SE corner of 4th Avenue and Broadway

Close northernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 4th Avenue to 5th Avenue ---  closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Friday, July 5 by 8am)

Close southernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 4th Avenue to 5th Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Friday, July 5 by 8am)

Close northernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Friday, July 5 by 8am)

Close southernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Friday, July 5 by 8am)

Close northernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Friday, July 5 by 8am)

Close southernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Friday, July 5 by 8am)

Close northernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Friday, July 5 by 8am)

Close southernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Friday, July 5 by 8am)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (4th Avenue to 5th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (5th Avenue to 6th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (6th Avenue to 7th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

Close Sidewalks on 3rd Avenue (Union to James Robertson Parkway) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 5th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up  as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

Loading Zones/Parking Lanes Closed/Signs Removed on Broadway (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Loading Zones/Parking Lanes Closed/Signs Removed on Broadway (2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Loading Zones/Parking Lanes Closed/Signs Removed on Broadway (3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Loading Zones/Parking Lanes Closed/Signs Removed on Broadway (4th Avenue to 5th Avenue) –   NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Cover/Remove all “NO PARKING 6AM TO 6PM” and ALL OTHER “NO PARKING” signs on Broadway (1st Avenue to 7th Avenue) ---  NO PARKING (REMOVE COVERS   Friday, July 5, 2019)

5:00pm
Bag all meters on 1st Avenue (Korean Veterans Boulevard to Church Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Cover/Remove all “NO PARKING 6AM TO 6PM” and ALL OTHER “NO PARKING” signs on Broadway (7th Avenue to 12th Avenue) ---  NO PARKING (REMOVE COVERS   Friday, July 5, 2019)

Cover all “Loading Zone” signs on west side of 1st Avenue (Broadway to Church Street) --- NO PARKING (REMOVE COVERS Friday, July 5, 2019)

 

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

6:00am
Close Sidewalks on John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge from South 1st Street to 3rd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

Close Sidewalks on Korean Veterans/Gateway Bridge (2nd Avenue to South 2nd Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 10am)

Close Sidewalks on west side of 1st Avenue (Demonbreun to Church Street) ---  closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

5:00pm
Bag all meters on 2nd Avenue (Demonbreun to Church Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on 3rd Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Molloy Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Demonbreun (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on 1st Avenue (Union Street to Church Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Korean Veterans Boulevard (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) –  NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Saturday, July 6, 2019) - Cone off the  parking spaces from the travel lanes on both the north and south sides of KVB

Bag all meters on Commerce Street (2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue) – NO  PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Cover all “Loading Zone” signs on east side of 3rd Avenue (Broadway to Demonbreun) --- NO PARKING (REMOVE COVERS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Parking Permits for the 12 meters along 4th Avenue from Broadway to Demonbreun (through Friday, July 5, 2019)

Parking Permits for the 19 meters along 2nd Avenue from Broadway to Commerce Street (through Friday, July 5, 2019)

6:00pm
Close 1st Avenue from Demonbreun to Church Street (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close ACME Alley (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Broadway from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

 

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

6:00am
Close Broadway from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Cotton Eyed Joe’s Alley (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Broadway from 3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close AT&T Alley (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Symphony Place (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 9am) --- Place 75 orange cones off 4th Avenue at corner of Symphony Place (opposite Hilton)

Close 4th Avenue South Symphony Cut-Out (east side of street next to  Schermerhorn Symphony Center, north of Demonbreun) (REOPEN by  Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am) --- Cone off the cut-out from the travel lanes

Close Korean Veterans Boulevard westbound lane between Gateway Bridge and 1st Avenue, south turn lane at 1st Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am) - Cone off the turn lane

Close Sidewalks on 2nd Avenue (Demonbreun to Church Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12pm)

Close Sidewalks on 3rd Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 4th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 1st Avenue (Church Street to Union) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access  (REOPEN   Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (7th Avenue to 8th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Church Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Bank Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed  for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access  (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Commerce Street (2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

5:00pm
Bag all meters on Broadway (7th Avenue to 8th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Broadway (8th Avenue to 9th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Broadway (9th Avenue to 10th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on 7th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO  PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on 8th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO  PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on 9th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Commerce Street (3rd Avenue to 10th Avenue) – NO  PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on the Gay Street Connector (1st Avenue to 1st Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Deaderick Street (3rd Avenue to 6th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019) --- Cone off the parking spaces from the travel lanes on both the north and south sides of Deaderick Street and place an additional 25 orange cones on the SE corner of 3rd Avenue & Deaderick Street

Cover all “NO PARKING 6AM to 6PM” / “Loading Zone” signs on Commerce Street (2nd Avenue to 10th Avenue) --- NO PARKING (REMOVE COVERS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Church Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Bank Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Molloy Street (2nd Avenue to 4th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on James Robertson Parkway (3rd Avenue to Gay Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019)

Bag all meters on Korean Veterans Boulevard from 2nd Avenue to 8th Avenue – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Friday, July 5, 2019) --- Cone off the parking spaces from the travel lanes on both the north and south sides of KVB and place an additional 25 orange cones on the SE corner of 6th Avenue & KVB.

7:30pm
Close 1st Avenue from Korean Veterans Boulevard to Demonbreun (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Asurion Alley (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Molloy Street from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Demonbreun from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Demonbreun eastbound lane from 3rd Avenue to 2nd Avenue  (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Molloy Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

Close Sidewalks on Demonbreun (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

Close Sidewalks on west side of 1st Avenue (Korean Veterans Boulevard to Demonbreun) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 5pm)

11:00pm
Close South 1st Street from Victory Lane to South 2nd Street (1st becomes Davidson) (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

Close Victory Lane from South 1st Street to South 2nd Street (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6pm)

 

Thursday, July 4, 2019

5:00am
inbound lanes of Korean Veterans Boulevard/Gateway Bridge from  South 2nd Street to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN by Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12am)

Reroute out-bound lanes of Korean Veterans Boulevard/Gateway Bridge to two-way traffic from 2nd Avenue to South 2nd Street (REOPEN by  Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12am)

Close 2nd Avenue from Demonbreun to Commerce Street (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY – NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close 1st Avenue from Church Street to Union Street (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Church Street from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Bank Street from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Grumpy’s Bail Bonds Alley (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Gay Street Connector from 1st Avenue to 1st Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

6:00am
Close Sidewalks on 7th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 8th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on James Robertson Parkway (3rd Avenue to James Robertson Parkway Bridge) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Commerce Street (3rd Avenue to 8th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Demonbreun (2nd Avenue to 8th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Union (3rd Avenue to Woodland Street Bridge) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Korean Veterans Boulevard from 2nd Avenue to 8th Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12am)

Close Sidewalks on Deaderick Street from 3rd Avenue to 6th Avenue  --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 12am)

7:00am
Close Broadway from 7th Avenue to 8th Avenue (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am) - Place 25 orange cones on the SE corner of 8th Avenue & Broadway

Close 3rd Avenue from Demonbreun to Commerce Street (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY – NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close 4th Avenue Northbound from Demonbreun to Commerce Street (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY- NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close 4th Avenue Southbound from Commerce Street to Demonbreun (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY- NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close 7th Avenue from Demonbreun to Commerce Street (REOPEN on Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

Close Opry Place (Ryman Alley) (REOPEN Friday, July 5, 2019 by 6am)

8:00pm At latest (At MNPD discretion)   
Close Woodland Street Bridge (REOPEN immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close 2nd Avenue from Commerce Street to Union Street (REOPEN immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close Commerce Street from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue (REOPEN  immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close Church Street from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue (REOPEN immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close Union Street from 3rd Avenue to Woodland Street Bridge (REOPEN immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge (REOPEN immediately following the conclusion of the fireworks show) (time closed at discretion of MNPD and Fire Marshal Office).

The Woodland Street Bridge and John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge will re-open immediately upon conclusion of fireworks show. All roads to re-open no later than 5:00pm on Saturday, July 6.

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