Navasota is hosting the 4th annual Freedom Festival Friday, June 30, in historic downtown including a parade, live music, fireworks and family fun.
The Fourth of July Parade begins at 6 p.m. at Brosig Avenue and will travel west on Washington Avenue to 9th Street. Participation in the parade is free and does not require registration. Participants can begin lining up at 5 p.m. on Brosig Avenue.
Live music featuring Texas Unlimited Band will take place on the grounds of Navasota City Hall at 7 p.m. Vendors will be onsite for food and beverage purchase. Children’s activities will also be available including a bounce house, and waterslides.
Grimes County Cornhole will also be hosting their tournament on the grounds of city hall during the event. Visit the Grimes County Cornhole Facebook page for more information.
The event concludes with a fireworks display beginning at 9:30 p.m. at Brule Field. Fireworks can be viewed throughout town and in downtown Navasota. Spectators are invited to stay downtown following the festivities or can begin arriving at Brule Field at 8 p.m. to observe.
This is a free, family- friendly event provided by the City of Navasota. As you gear up for Fourth of July celebrations, the City of Navasota reminds residents the sale or discharge of fireworks are not allowed within city limits.