Warner Robins Independence Day Celebration brings excitement
The Warner Robins Independence Day celebration returned this year after the pandemic cancelled it last year.
WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — The Warner Robins Independence Day celebration returned this year after the pandemic cancelled it last year.
The gates opened at 5 p.m. Friday, and people filled the McConnell Talbert Stadium parking lot, listening to music acts from A.J. the D.J., Leah Belle Faser, Callista Clarke and country music star Jimmie Allen.
Food trucks were also on site, and the night wraps up with a fireworks display.
We spoke with event attendee Demetrius Walker about how excited he was to be at the celebration.
“It will make me happy to see other people happy, so even though it’s not a ton of people out here, I’m still having a good time, and I’m pretty sure everybody out here is having a good time as well,” Walker said.
There are more July 4th events going on around Middle Georgia:
- There’s a fireworks show in Forsyth July 3 at the Monroe County Recreation Department starting at 5:30 p.m.
- Also on July 3, you can see fireworks and celebrate the holiday at the Centerville Independence Day Celebration. That event starts at 6 p.m.
- On July 4, you can catch fireworks hosted by the Perry Chamber of Commerce at the Georgia National Fairgrounds starting at 6 p.m.
- You can also see fireworks after the Macon Bacon game on July 4.