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Monday, July 4, 2016  |  7 to 10 p.m.

DSC_0088Join Adventure Science Center in celebrating the 4th of July with an unobstructed view of Nashville’s downtown fireworks from our lawn. Don’t worry about parking! Don’t fight the downtown traffic! Just bring your family to Adventure Science Center and enjoy this exclusive nighttime event. Hurry – space is limited!

All packages include:

  • Viewing of the downtown fireworks display with the Nashville skyline as your backdrop, including a live sound feed of the Nashville Symphony’s accompaniment to the fireworks. Fireworks to begin at 9:45 p.m., lasting about 30 minutes.
  • Free parking
  • Entry into the Science Center from 7 – 10 p.m.
  • Live science demonstrations outside

Planetarium music laser show available for additional $4 per person. Shows run approximately 30 minutes.

All proceeds support Adventure Science Center’s interactive exhibits and hands-on science experiences.

 

A Parking Pass will be emailed to you after your ticket purchase is complete. PLEASE PRINT THIS PASS! It contains important event information and will be required for entrance into the parking lot for the event. No exceptions!

Music City July 4th: Let Freedom Sing! fireworks display usually begins between 9:45 – 10 p.m. and last approximately 30 minutes.

Guests may bring their own chairs and blankets. Guests may also bring their own food.

This is a rain or shine event. Tickets are non-refundable and all ticket sales are final.

Please call (615) 401-5106 or email giving@adventuresci.org for questions about the event.

Please Note!
The Adventure Science Center parking lot and lawn will be reserved for ticket holders to this event only. Non-ticket holders will not be granted access to Adventure Science Center parking, lawn viewing or to the Center for any reason.

There will be absolutely NO admission to laser shows for late arrivals and no refunds. Laser shows feature loud music, strobe lighting and special effects and may not be suitable for some visitors, especially those who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy (seizures).