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Star-Spangled Snellville

Star Spangled Snellville - July 4th from 4 - 10 PM

FIREWORKS SHOW when the sky gets dark, approximately 9:30 PM

Star Spangled Snellville begins at 4:00 PM with family-friendly entertainment, including the tastes and smells of some of your favorite festival foods on the Towne Green along with a large playground of inflatables, water slide, train rides, and bungee jump, plus 9 hole mini-golf. Ride as often as you like with an all-day band for only $10.

In addition to all the rides, family-friendly games will entertain attendees in the afternoon, such as watermelon eating contests and cakewalks.

We will have a wide variety of food vendors on-site to satisfy any appetite. Food vendors include: TBA. Stop by for some of the favorite festival foods like hot boiled peanuts, grilled corn on the cob, fresh-squeezed lemonade, funnel cakes, and your favorite flavored shaved ice.

Come in your best red, white and blue, and bring your blankets and chairs to assure your seats for the music and fireworks show. Get to the Green early as space on the Green and surrounding areas fill up quickly.

STAT would like to thank Snellville First Baptist Church for its continued support and sharing their property to stage the fireworks. There will be several inflatables on Henry Clower, and many food vendors on the FBC side of the street as well as many food vendors lined up on Oak Rd. in front of City Hall. We also want to thank Snellville United Methodist Church for allowing residents to park in their parking lot during the July 4th festivities. Our partnership within the city is what makes Snellville such a great place to live.

A big thank you to all of our volunteers, police department and public works department who help make our events so successful.

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