The entertainment lineup for the ninth annual American Downtown 4th of July celebration features something for everyone, from country and bluegrass to rock and hip hop, according to a news release.
The celebration will begin at 4 p.m. Saturday, July 3, at the Big Spring area behind the Greeneville-Greene County Public Library.
In addition to live music, American Downtown will include a nighttime parade, hot dog eating contest, kids activities, food trucks, and a spectacular fireworks show, according to organizer Amy Rose, Public Relations Manager for the Town of Greeneville.
Cast members from the Greeneville Theatre Guild will kick off the celebration at 4 p.m. by performing the National Anthem on the Waste Industries Main Stage.
Following the National Anthem, local rock band Broke-N-Busted will take the stage, followed by the Flying Js, performing at 5 p.m. The Flying Js are fronted by local musicians John Brown and John Price, who not only bring classic country tunes but also share a laugh or two.
At 5:45 p.m. local band Tennessee Borderline will perform traditional bluegrass, followed by singer-songwriter Chris Johnson at 6:30.