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INDEPENDENCE DAY SPECTACULAR

wednesday

July 3, 2024

6-10 PM | LIBERTY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL

Join us at Liberty Hill’s Independence Day Spectacular to celebrate our freedom!

Neighbors and friends will gather at Liberty Hill Middle School on July 3rd to celebrate freedom in the most patriotic way. Residents engage in friendly competition for the coveted blue ribbon in challenges like the Homemade Apple Pie contest, Watermelon Seed Spitting contest and the Hot Dog Eating contest. Children play in the Radical Run Obstacle Course, ride the trackless train and jump on the Velcro wall.

The activities pause mid-evening for the REAL snowball fight, just before the headliner band kicks off.

The evening’s festivities conclude with a spectacular  fireworks show.

General Info

General

Wednesday, July 3rd 2024

6-10pm

Liberty Hill Middle School

13125 TX-29, Liberty Hill, TX

NO COOLERS OR ALCOHOL PERMITTED ON SCHOOL GROUNDS

Bring water bottles for Refillable Water Station located near Medical Tent.

 

Parking

(Lots open at 5pm)

FESTIVAL PARKING – $20

EXACT CASH OR VENMO

Liberty Hill Middle School (13125 TX-29) 

Louine Noble Elementary School (101 TX-332) 

Parking benefits the Liberty Hill ISD Education Foundation & LHISD DECA Program

Admission

All activities and contests are free. Food and beverages available for purchase.

Paid Parking | $20

Schedule

(Gates Open at 5:45pm)

6-9pm | Kids Zone Open

6-7pm | Departure ATX @Band Stage

6-7:20pm | Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest @ Contest Tent

6-7:20pm | Homemade Apple Pie Contest @ Contest Tent (pies must be delivered by 6:15pm)

6:45pm | Pie Eating Contest @ Kids Zone

7pm | Opening Announcements @ Band Stage

7:05pm | Ms. Liberty Pageant @ Band Stage

7:15pm | Hot Dog Eating Contest @ Contest Tent

7:30pm | Contest Award Presentation @ Band Stage

7:45pm | Snowball Fight

8-9:40pm | Jason Boland & The Stragglers @ Band Stage

9:40pm | National Anthem & Prayer

9:45pm | Fireworks

JASON BOLAND & THE STRAGGLERS

HEADLINING | 8-9:40pm

 

LEARN MORE

JUST FOR KIDS

One of our most anticipated attractions of the festival is the Kids Zone. The Kids Zone, located in the gated track area, has 15 stations, with a rock wall, trackless train, obstacle courses, interactive games and so much more! The Kids Zone will NOT have water activities this year, and will close at dark so that families can prepare for the fireworks show.

A real snowball fight will take place just to the west of the gated Kids Zone. Take your spot and be ready to launch right at 7:45pm!

The Kids Zone and all activities are FREE!

CONTESTS

HOT DOG EATING CONTEST

AGES 10+
Liberty Hill Middle School • 13125 W SH 29
Meet at 6:45pm | Begins at 7:15pm

Learn more and sign up now to participate in Liberty Hill’s Independence Day Spectacular Hot Dog Eating Contest!

HOMEMADE APPLE PIE CONTEST

SPONSORED BY LH BLNG

Apple Pie Dropoff July 3 • 5:45pm – 6:15pm
Liberty Hill Middle School • 13125 W SH 29
Winners announced July 3 at Independence Day Spectacular

Learn more and sign up now to participate in Liberty Hill’s Independence Day Homemade Apple Pie Contest!

ms. liberty

AGES 16+
Liberty Hill Middle School • 13125 W SH 29
Takes place at the Band Stage at 7:05pm

This is not your typical beauty pageant! Learn how you can take the crown.

PIE EATING

CONTEST

SPONSORED BY HOWDY LIBERTY HILL

AGES 10+

Liberty Hill Middle School • 13125 W SH 29
Meet at 6:30pm | Begins at 6:45pm
Learn more and sign up to enter the Pie Eating Contest in the Kids Zone!

Learn more and sign up now to participate in Liberty Hill’s Independence Day Homemade Apple Pie Contest!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Where do I park?

A: $20 General Parking is available at Liberty Hill Middle School & Noble Elementary School. Parking is CASH ONLY. 

Liberty Hill Middle School will have limited handicapped parking.

Parking proceeds at the schools benefit the Liberty Hill ISD Education Foundation.

 

Q: Where can I drop off a passenger?

A: Passengers can be dropped off and picked up at the drop-off lane at Noble Elementary School.

 

Q: Can I bring a cooler?

A: Coolers are prohibited, but bags and backpacks are allowed. Food will be available for purchase at the festival, and a Refillable Water Station will be set up near the food court.

 

Q: Can I bring water to stay hydrated?

A: You may brink a water bottle, but not a cooler. There will be a free Refillable Water Station at the festival.

 

Q: Can I bring alcohol?

A: Alcohol is prohibited on school grounds.

 

Q: How much do the activities cost?

A: All contests and activities are FREE!

 

Q: How do I sign up for the contests?

A: Click on Contests on the festival webpage.

 

Q: Will my kids get wet?

A: Not likely. There will not be any water activities, but there is a snowball fight at 7:45 pm.

 

Q: What happens if it rains?

A: The festival is rain or shine, unless safety becomes an issue. Last minute changes to layout or schedule may happen to accommodate for weather or muddy fields. Follow Experience LHTX on Facebook for changes and updates.

 

Permitted Items:

  • Lawn Chairs
  • Blankets
  • Bags or Backpacks
  • Water Bottles
  • Strollers
  • Snacks
  • Wagons
  • Umbrellas

Prohibited Items:

  • Coolers
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Outside Fireworks
  • Shade Tents
  • Inflatable Furniture
  • Skateboards, Scooters, Bikes or Hover Boards
  • Drones
  • Golf Carts

 

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