Tuesday marks the second day of O'Fallon's annual at , 900 T.R. Hughes Boulevard.
Things to know Tuesday...
- The festival is open from 5–11 p.m.
- Tuesday is country music night. Local band Borderline takes the stage, followed by country stars Jamie O'Neal and David Nail from 5-11 p.m.
- Fireworks begin at 10:15 pm.
- Festival admission and parking are free. Free parking is available at both and on Tom Ginnever. The premium parking lot $5 for all day parking, west of T.R. Hughes Ballpark. Disabled parking is availabe in with a shuttle provided to transport to the event grounds. A plate or handtag must be visible for disabled parking.
- There are plenty of free family activities at the event including, crafts, face painting and bounce houses. The kids area is open Tuesday and Wednesday. The Nitro Joe Science Show will allow kids to make their own slime. Marvelous Mutts features rescued shelter dogs performing frisbee tricks and obstacle courses.
- The begins at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 4. The two-mile route begins at Third and Main streets, proceeds north on Main, turns east on Tom Ginnever Avenue and ends at T.R. Hughes Ballpark. Nearly 100 applicants signed up to participate in this year's parade.
- Heritage and Freedom Fest continues Wednesday, July 4 from noon–10 p.m.
- Rock Concert Night: Hear the music of Fat Pocket before , Carolina Liar and Vertical Horizon takes the stage on Wednesday, July 4 from noon to 10 p.m.
- Fireworks: Begin at 9:30 p.m. on July 4.
- More Info: If you'd like to find out more information about O'Fallon's Heritage and Freedom Fest, check out the event website.