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6/22/05

Lubbock 4th On Broadway Celebration Just Around The Corner

Downtown Lubbock will soon turn into one of the largest free festivals in the state.

We're talking about the 15th Annual 4th on Broadway Celebration. Wednesday morning, board members raised a banner to promote the event. This year the celebration includes a patriot run, a parade, a variety of musical talents, and a special area for kids. It will all end with a fireworks display coordinated to music played by the Lubbock Youth Symphony Orchestra.

"It's my feeling that this event in Lubbock, Texas is one of the most fantastic events anywhere in the country on the Fourth of July," said Don Caldwell, 4th on Broadway Music Coordinator.

Events start at 8 a.m. on July 4th. Remember that is a Monday this year.

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