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.