4th of July in The Woodlands RECAP
THE WOODLANDS, TX -- In a miraculous display of beauty and fire power, the 24th Annual Red, Hot & Blue Festival and Fireworks Extravaganza showed an unwavering amount of patriotic fulfillment this 4th of July. Hundreds of spectators from The Woodlands and surrounding areas showed up for the event. Northshore park was jam packed with vendors and live music - Level one band led the excitement on stage by portraying popular and traditional 4th of July songs.
There were multiple vendors selling an assortment of food and patriotic goods for the event. Lawn chairs sprawled across the river way past Northshore park just to see the fireworks. The Montgomery County Police Department even shut down the bridge adjacent to Northshore park on Lake Woodlands Drive, so onlookers could see the immense display of fireworks.
The patriotism in the air was immaculate at this extravaganza.
- Click here to view photos of the firework display -
The day before, The South County Parade drove through Market Street. Local first responders, military personnel, politicians, high school marching bands, nonprofits, and more, pulled out all the bells and whistles as they entertained community members who lined the streets in excitement.
- View our video of the parade here -
- Or, click through our photo gallery -
And of course, the national holiday wouldn't be complete without patriotic music. The Conroe Symphony Orchestra Stars, Stripes, Symphony event rang proud for all to hear, July 3.
- Watch their performance -
We hope you and yours had a happy 4th of July weekend!!!