What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 7.2-7.4

Need plans this weekend? 4th of July events are happening all over the Wabash Valley along with other community outings. Check them out below.

Friday, July 2nd

Join us for the 86th Annual Brazil Rotary Club 4th of July Celebration.
Nightly entertainment, carnival rides, food booths, fireworks, and a $10,000 grand prize raffle!
Proceeds from our event allow us to fulfill funding requests throughout the year to various nonprofits, provide scholarships, apply for matching grants, and fund community projects!
Thursday, July 1
Midway opens 5:30 – pay one price ($20) to ride all rides
7:30-9pm- The VanDell’s (The Nation’s #1 Rock & Roll Review)
Friday, July 2nd
Brazil Rotary Club Golf Tournament
Forest Park Golf Course-Shotgun start 1pm
Midway opens 5:30 – pay one price ($25) to ride all rides
Food booths run by non-profit organizations open today at 5!
7:30pm-10pm Big Fun band
Saturday, July 3rd
3pm-Midway opens-pay one price ($25) to ride all the rides
Food booths run by non-profit organizations open today
7:30pm-10pm Avey-Grouws Band (Americana & Blues)
Sunday, July 4th
3pm-Midway opens-pay one price ($25) to ride all the rides
Food booths run by non-profit organizations open today
7:30pm-9:30pm Brazil Concert Band (Patriotic)
10pm Gala Fireworks Show
New Music mix for 2021 provided by WAMB, 106.9
11pm: Drawing for the $10,000 grand prize from the Rotary Raffle!
If you like music, food and beer….. this is the place to be! Gather your family and friends here in historic Downtown Terre Haute and enjoy the best hand-crafted brews fresh off the tap at THBC.
Featuring Joel Weir 6:00pm-9:00pm on Friday, July 2, 2021!

New Life Fellowship is holding an Independence Day Celebration this Friday. Activities start at 7PM. They will have food trucks; fireworks at dusk. Bring your lawn chair! More details will be posted on the New Life Fellowship facebook page. 

Visit Bar_Botics on Friday, July 2nd and your cover is free!

Morgan Taylor live at the Dawgleg @ 7:30pm. Join us for great live music, delicious food, and ice cold drinks!

Covington 4th of July Celebration

Friday And Saturday Wristbands $20 per person 6 to 10 pm.
Sunday, Tickets only.
Tickets are $1 each, @@ for $20 and 50 For $40. Rides require 2 to 5 tickets each.
Tickets are available any time.
Also there are all event Mega bands for $50 each that are good Tuesday thru Saturday during Wristband times. (See the Covington Celebration Group Site on how to get these)

First Friday- Greencastle


Train rides, snow-cone trucks, inflatable slides, giant games, and a ton of unique giveaways are happening in July! Join us in downtown Greencastle as we celebrate Independence weekend with Prime Real Estate

Celebrate America with the annual release of blueberry wine and cider, plus live music, food trucks, fireworks, and fun!

Mallow Run Winery

Friday music: Tastes Like Chicken at 6 pm, $10 per car
Saturday music: Flying Toasters at 6 pm, $10 per car
Sunday music: Strawberry Jam 2-5 pm

Saturday, July 3rd

Join us for the Terre Haute Farmers Market on Saturday, July 3rd from 8:00 – noon in the Meadows Parking Lot! Pick up something special for your Independence Day celebrations and enjoy live music by David Goodier!

The Mile presented by Pacesetter Sports will be held on Saturday, JULY 3 (please note the date change). This does deviate from the traditional July 4th race day – but we wanted to ensure everyone could participate so we will be holding it on the Saturday before the holiday.
The race starts 1 mile north of the Stadium, on Brown Ave, and finishes by the Stadium grounds. The race consists of 6 heats with the first starting at 8:15.
Start Times:
1st heat: Females 11-39 @ 8:15 a.m.
2nd heat: Females 40+ @ 8:25 a.m.
3rd heat: Males 11-39 @ 8:35 a.m.
4th heat: Males 40+ @ 8:45 a.m.
5th heat: Youth 10 and under, walkers and community run
Heat # 5 – “The Mile” is the culmination of the Kids Running Program and entry is included by participation in the program as well as open to the community of walkers and runners. “The Mile” is one of our most family friendly events. The heats are scheduled to enable parents to return to the start to accompany young children and cheer on the older ones.
Proceeds from the event fund the Wabash Valley Road Runners Kids Running Program, a free virtual summer running program for more than 200 Wabash Valley children. The Mile is the culmination of the Kids Running Program.

Joe Wright will be back this Saturday to take the WaterTower Stage! Join us July 3rd from 6-9pm for great music, great drinks, and a great time!

Linton Freedom Festival

Fireworks will be shot at 10:30 PM on SATURDAY, July 3. The Parade will be MONDAY, July 5 at 10:00 AM.

Kris Anderson will be at 365 Bar & Grill this Saturday at 8pm. A mix of originals and current country!

If you like music, food and beer….. this is the place to be! Gather your family and friends here in historic Downtown Terre Haute and enjoy the best hand-crafted brews fresh off the tap at THBC.
Featuring Bubba Wiggles 7:00pm-10:00pm on Saturday, July 3, 2021!
$10 admission at the door
Thunderstruck:America’s AC/DC returns to the Bad Apple Saloon on July 3! Check them out at thunderstruckus.com!

Raccoon Lake Fireworks Show

10pm @ the beach area

Glorious Fourth @ Conner Prairie

Activities include:

  • Decorate the town with festive red, white, and blue bunting
  • Help the citizens of Prairietown rehearse speeches and toasts!
  • Reading of the Declaration of Independence at 12 pm, 2 pm and 4 pm
  • Taste of the past with Muster Day cakes at 2:30 pm
  • Make and Take Patriotic Cockades in Civil War Journey at 11:30 am and 3:30 pm
  • A member of Prairietown will also be commemorating the newest state to the Union (Arkansas) by adding a new start to the American flag.
  • The White River Guard will also be in Prairietown for the whole weekend. They will run drills and do a formal demonstration and march at the 2 pm celebration.
  • Games like corn hole and water cannon fights will happen ongoing out in the Civil War Journey field.
  • Juneteenth Virtual Exhibition will be in Lily Theatre.

Sunday, July 4th

Forest Park Fireworks

State Road 59 south of Brazil, 5 miles north of I-70. 10 pm. It’s all in the sky, and can be best seen from the east side of Forest Park, or on the Forest Park Golf Course, but you can also get a unique perspective by watching through the trees on the midway.  If you watch it on the golf course, PLEASE STAY OFF THE GREENS, and take any trash you see with you when you leave. There will be a musical accompaniment to the fireworks heard in the park and on RADIOS on WAMB 106.9FM. Also, the carnival returns in 2021! See the complete schedule on their website. 

Three Dog Night at the Mill
With special guests Jay Psaros and Tommy Kelly Band
Legendary music icons Three Dog Night, celebrating nearly five decades, sold more records and concert tickets than any other band from 1969 to 1974. Their hits include “Mama Told Me (Not To Come),” “Joy to the World,” “Black and White,” “Shambala,” “Easy to be Hard,” and “An Old Fashioned Love Song.”
There will be a July 4th firework display after the concert!

The most electrifying fireworks display in the Wabash Valley will take place on July 4th at Fairbanks Park. (Rain date will be Monday, July 5).   The fun celebration will begin at the amphitheater at 8:00 p.m. with the Terre Haute Community band until the fireworks display begins at dusk. (approximately 10 p.m)

Come out and celebrate with us!! We will be hosting our 4th of July Bash again this year! Shane will be out with his DJ equipment. Admission is $5 and you can buy tickets in advance!

Forest Park Pool at 8pm.

The Moon Lite Drive-In Theater is holding a double feature + fireworks show on Sunday.

Fireworks Sunday 
“F9 The Fast Saga” PG-13 (2h 25m)
Show time is 10p
Followed by the 1986 Classic:
“Top Gun” PG (-13ish) (1h 50m)
See how Maverick got his start before this November’s sequel finally hits theaters!
Show time is approx. 12:45a!

Wabash Valley Rubber Duck Regatta

15,000 adopted yellow ducks will be released into the Wabash River on July 4! One lucky duck will win $10,000! Proceeds will benefit Catholic Charities in Terre Haute. Adopt your ducks for $5 each to be entered into the race. Adoption locations and forms are available on our website at WabashValleyRubberDuckRegatta.com.

Downtown Indy Fireworks

Central Indiana residents and visitors will be able to enjoy a massive firework display once again in the heart of Downtown Indianapolis this Independence Day. Launched from atop the 500 North Meridian office building, the 21-minute show will be synced to popular patriotic and themed music aired on local Emmis Communications radio stations B105.7 and 97.1 Hank FM.

Central Indiana’s premier festival for celebrating Independence Day!

CarmelFest Fireworks will be synchronized to music on WHJE 91.3 FM.

Come with your family and friends to enjoy spectacular fireworks. It’s a Hoosier tradition in the heart of Carmel, Indiana you don’t want to miss!


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