A Music City 4th of July

A Music City 4th of July

When it comes to celebrating holidays like Independence Day, Nashville doesn't mess around. Even though it may be considered a small city by most standards, its 4th of July fireworks display is one of the biggest in the country. In fact, last year Nashville made that its personal mission and challenged the Big Apple to a duel of displays.

It's going to be another great year to celebrate in the 4th in Music City, and this year, we're excited to be the exclusive ridesharing partner of the Let Freedom Sing! event. Still not sure what to do this weekend? Take a look at some #LyftNashville favorites:

The Night Before: A Prelude to the Fourth
Visit Music City is kicking off the holiday weekend with a live concert series on the 3rd at The Riverfront Park downtown. The acts will include DJ DU, Shelly Colvin, Jason Eskridge, and headlining is Brandy Clark. The music begins at 4:00 PM so make sure you head down there early to get a good spot!

Day-of Festivities: City House & Friends 4th of July Cookout
The Nashville staple City House is hosting a cookout starting at 4:00 PM on the 4th and running until 8:00 PM, so it's a great way to celebrate and grab a bite to eat before the fireworks. Kids get in free with an adult ticket of $35, and the ticket includes food and non-alcoholic drinks.

Best Rooftop for Fireworks: Rock Bottom Brewery 4th of July Celebration
The best place to watch the fireworks is from one of the many fantastic rooftop bars at your disposal. We suggest Rock Bottom. Tickets are $50 and you can go as early as 3:00 PM to make sure you get the best seat in the house.

For more details on these and many other Fourth of July events going on in Nashville this weekend, check out this post by Nashville Guru. Also, be sure to take Lyft if you are heading downtown. New users can get $10 off their first 2 rides when you sign up today

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