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Live music, games, classic cars and more will be taking place on the Fourth of July on Gammon Field at Fort Leonard Wood

Live music, games, classic cars and more will be taking place on the Fourth of July on Gammon Field at Fort Leonard Wood. And, of course, a big attraction will be the biggest fireworks show in Mid-Missouri. Family and M-W-R officials are hoping to attact 8 to 12-thousand visitors this year to take part in the celebration. Entertainment will begin at 4 p-m next Monday with the first of two performances by the Kansas City Disc Dogs. They will perform a second show at 5:30. At 6:15, audiences can enjoy music by Thompson Square. The annual 50 gun salute to the Union is scheduled for 7:50. Headline performers, Parmalee, are scheduled to take the stage at 8:15. The concert will be followed by the celebration’s grand finale, a “Fireworks Spectacular,” which will include more than 61-hundred firework shells set to light up the night sky. There will be no admission charge.

 


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