Lubbock citizens celebrated America's birthday on Thursday with the annual Fourth on Broadway Parade.
Hundreds of floats and emergency vehicles drove through the area between Broadway and Avenue Q.
The Wells Fargo Street Fair took up where the parade left off, until 4 p.m. People enjoyed several live music stages, food and drinks and the Kid's Corral.
And the Fourth of July fun will continue with more food, dancing and finally a fireworks show.
At 4:30 p.m., Mackenzie Park will host the Plains Capital Bank Picnic in the Park.
The Second Street Dance is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday and will feature three bands, including the Josh Abbott Band.
The Gandy's Fireworks Show will start right after dark Thursday night at Mackenzie Park.
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