Freedom seemed to be the theme at the fifth annual Independence Eve celebration at Civic Center Park. This year’s event attracted more than 100,000 people.
Police officers and firefighters throughout the Denver metro area are patrolling the streets for illegal fireworks.
For almost 30 years, Hazel Miller has wowed and entertained Denver’s music lovers. She got her first regular singing gig in the winter of 1985.
Shows like “Glee” and movies like “Pitch Perfect” have made singing groups all the rage but who would think of putting fireworks and a capella together?
More moisture this year means more Fourth of July fireworks in Colorado, including a display in Douglas County, where tinderbox conditions the last two Julys forced cancellations.
The Fourth of July and fireworks go hand in hand, but the safest way to enjoy the holiday is by leaving the light shows to the professionals. That’s the message from Denver police, firefighters and paramedics.
Work is underway to get Civic Center Park ready for its biggest party of the year, Independence Eve presented by Anadarko.
With 41 million Americans expected to travel this year, highways and airports will be packed with travelers looking to take advantage of the 3-day weekend.
Approximately 100,000 people are expected to hit Civic Center Park this Thursday for the fifth annual Independence Eve celebration which features live music and a fireworks show.
As it gets closer to Fourth of July celebrations and the summer heats up there is an extra reason to be careful with the festive sparks. Police will be really cracking down this week on anyone using illegal fireworks.