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Celebration of Freedom July 4 in Mesa

Posted 6/28/22

The 2022 Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom returns to downtown Mesa 6-10 p.m. Monday, July 4.

The free patriotic event will take place at the Mesa Convention Center and Mesa …

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Celebration of Freedom July 4 in Mesa

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The 2022 Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom returns to downtown Mesa 6-10 p.m. Monday, July 4.

The free patriotic event will take place at the Mesa Convention Center and Mesa Amphitheatre campus, 263 N. Center St., and along Center Street between First Street and University Drive.

There will be live music, patriotic displays, a naturalization ceremony, a BMX stunt show, a car show, family fun, fireworks and more. The festival will include Revolutionary War reenactments from We Make History. There will also be a Fallen Heroes Memorial honoring the Arizona fallen heroes from the war on terrorism.

Lighting throughout the event will dim and/or be turned off at approximately 9:05 p.m. to prepare for fireworks. The fireworks are scheduled to go off at approximately 9:30 p.m., according to azcelebrationoffreedom.org.

Volunteers are still needed for a variety of shifts and activities at the event. To register, go to azcelebrationoffreedom.org.

Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom, July 4, Mesa, downtown, July Fourth

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