Triangle’s Best Independence Day Celebration

Jul 4, 2013

Celebrate our nation’s birthday in spectacular style at Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre with patriotic performances by the Cary Town Band and the North Carolina Symphony in what promises to make guests proud to be an American. Gates open at 3 p.m. so patrons can come early and spread out blankets and picnics on the Amphitheatre’s lawn. For those that want a special reserved seat, Booth Amphitheatre is once again offering four-seat tables for purchase. The price is $125 per table and includes Lumpy’s Ice cream, a Star Spangled Swirl Bread from Great Harvest Bread Company and preferred parking. Tickets may be purchased at the Amphitheatre Box Office only.

In addition kids young and old will want to watch the boats from the Triangle Model Yacht Club as they set sail on Symphony Lake the fun starts at 3 p.m. If that’s not enough there will also be an Ice Cream Eating Contest sponsored by Lumpy’s Ice Cream, a frozen t-shirt contest, Watermelon eating contest, magician, face painter, scavenger hunt and new for 2013 a 50 Foot Ferris Wheel!

Patriotic performances and music combined with family-friendly activities in an atmosphere that is second to none makes the 4th of July Celebration at Booth Amphitheatre the premiere event in the Triangle. As the last note fades, Booth Amphitheatre will cap off the celebration with an incredibly spectacular fireworks display. Tarps, blankets & chairs allowed within venue gates; staking, tents grills and open flames are not permitted. Concert is FREE and open to the public.

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Booth Amphitheatre

8003 Regency Parkway
Cary, NC 27518

919-462-2052

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Booth Amphitheatre is unlike any other venue in the area. Located among 14 acres of stately hardwoods and pines and beautifully situated next to Symphony Lake, our park has been described as truly magnificent! With the capacity for 7,000 people, patrons can enjoy a seat on our spacious lawn or specially designed crescent deck.

 

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