14th Annual Red, Hot & Blue Festival
Celebrate the founding of the country with a hot dog-eating contest. Thats just part of the fun at the 14th Annual Red, Hot & Blue Festival in The Woodlands, a whole weekend of music, fireworks, food and family entertainment. Things start off on Sunday night with the Houston Symphonys Star Spangled Salute, always a stirring concert.
On Monday, theres a Fourth of July Parade in the morning and Splash Day activities at all area pools in the afternoon. The festival continues at Town Green Park, with the aforementioned hot dog-eating contest, attractions and family activities. The live music, including performances by Vertigo, Mingo Fishtrap and 11th Hour, starts at 6 p.m. on two stages. Then its the big finale, the fireworks show, at dusk. The Houston Symphony performs at 3 p.m. July 3. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 2005 Lake Robbins Drive. Free. Event times vary for the Red, Hot & Blue Festival. 1601 Lake Robbins Drive. For information, call 281-363-2447 or visit www.redhotblue.org. Free.
(Due to weather conditions, the fireworks display may not be included. Check with festival organizers on the day of the festival for confirmation.)
Mon., July 4, 6-10 p.m., 2011
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