Fourth on Broadway concert, fireworks show rescheduled for July

Fourth on Broadway concert, fireworks show rescheduled for July 16

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

After storms forced the cancellation of parts of the Fourth on Broadway festivities in downtown Lubbock, a make-up date is scheduled. You'll be able to hear live music and catch the fireworks display on Sunday, July 16. 

It's scheduled for 7 p.m. in Mackenzie Park.

For more information, call 806-749-2929.

Performers: Jay Boy Adams, Holly Avenue, Butch Avery, Will Banister, Johannes Bjerregaard, Addie Bleau, Toby Caldwell, Todd Caldwell, Blaire Ebert, Craig Elliott, Sheena Fadeyi, Jason Fellers, Dustin Garrett, Ryan Garza, Caleb Jude Green, Avery Guyear, Brandon Gwinn, Joy Harris, Jeff McCreight, Mark Paden, Alex Sanchez, and Haley Simpson. 

We'll have specific details for you as they come in. Will be updated. 

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