The family-friendly musical celebration will be followed by a fireworks display.
Doors will open at 6 pm, and concessions will be available for purchase.
“After a challenging year of cancellations, quarantines, and strict social distancing, it’s genuinely exciting to be able to gather once again as a community,” said Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg. “And I can’t think of a better time to do it than on the Fourth of July–the day we celebrate our freedom as a country and a people.”
While free to attend, tickets must be reserved in advance. Visit the “Fourth of July” tab on CharlestonArts.org for details. For questions about the concert, call the city of Charleston’s Office of Cultural Affairs at 843-724-7305.
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