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July 3rd | 6-10 pm

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

Welcome to the 2020 Independence Day Spectacular, where Liberty Hill gathers to celebrate our freedom in the most patriotic way! We hope you join us from 6-10pm on Saturday, July 3! 

General Info


Friday, July 3rd 2020 | 6-10pm

City Park | CR 200


Free parking and shuttles at Liberty Hill High School and Liberty Hill Elementary School

Limited handicapped parking at City Park South Entrance

Passenger drop off at City Park North Entrance



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


5:45pm | Shuttles Begin Running

6:00pm | Festival Attractions Open

6:00 – 7:00pm | Colby Keeling

6:00 – 7:30pm | Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest

7:00pm | Welcome Announcements

7:15pm | Hot Dog Contest Next to Band Stage

7:40pm | Apple Pie, Ice Cream, Hot Dog Eating & Watermelon Seed Spitting Champions Announced at Band Stage

8:00pm | Beach Ball Drop

8:00 – 9:30pm | Little Texas

9:30pm | Closing Remarks

9:40 – 10:00pm | Fireworks


HEADLINING | 8-9:30pm



Want to volunteer for Liberty Hill's Independence Day Spectacular? Apply here and we will get in touch with you!



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Colby Keeling 6-7pm

Colby Keeling

A native of Lufkin, Texas, country singer/songwriter Colby Keeling has been singing from a young age. From learning to play guitar in high school to playing his first gig while attending college at Texas A&M University, Keeling has gradually become a poised and lively entertainer. Sharing the stage with artists such as Stoney Larue, Cody Canada, Cory Morrow and Parker McCollum, Keeling has developed a knack for amusing and entertaining crowds of young and old alike through his interactive and charismatic live set. Keeling’s debut EP, “Whatever it Takes” explodes out of the speakers with soaring instrumentation and chilling lyrics and is sure to launch the up and coming artist into the ranks of impressive country artists from Texas.

Little Texas 8-9:30pm

Little Texas

As part of the Young Country movement of the early ‘90s, Little Texas were responsible for shaking up the country music world with a new, energetic sound that fused the look and attitude of modern rock music with traditional country themes and styles, bringing a much appreciated bolt of life into the genre. For their efforts, country fans the world over richly rewarded the band, buying up over 7 million of their albums, while critics showered them with 3 Grammy nominations plus honors from both the Academy of Country Music (Vocal Group Of The Year) and the Country Music Association (Album Of The Year).
Their first radio release in 1991, “Some Guys Have All The Love,” became a Top-10 hit, as did their next single, “First Time For Everything.” After the album First Time For Everything was released, five singles reached the top of the charts. The second album, Big Time, truly was the big time for Little Texas.

The sophomore release, which has sold more than three million copies to date, spawned three No. 1 singles -“What Might Have Been,” “God Blessed Texas” and “My Love” -and captured the group’s first CMT Award, a Billboard award, a Radio & Records award and their first Grammy nomination.

Early in their career, Little Texas was designated as an arena act. They first signed on as an opener on an arena tour headlined by Clint Black. Later, they traveled with Travis Tritt and Trisha Yearwood on a tour sponsored by Budweiser. After that, they were on their own, with Crown Royal, singing to packed arenas across the United States and Canada. During this time, the band played a part in Common Thread: The Songs of The Eagles, which later earned their first Country Music Association trophy for “Album Of The Year.”

The group’s cover of “Peaceful Easy Feeling” charted well; albeit, without an official release, and with that, Little Texas broke another record in country music history: three different songs on three different charts with three different lead singers, all at the same time. It is a feat that has never been repeated since by any band. The year 1994 also brought the lineup an Academy of Country Music Award for “Vocal Group of the Year.”

Little Texas released their Kick A Little album, and their first true arena-headlining tour began, supported by Keebler and newcomer Tim McGraw with opening act BlackHawk. The tour and the album were huge successes, highlighted by shows in Detroit and Minneapolis, where they sold out the arenas just days after their heroes, The Eagles, had played the same venues. The tour continued on through 1995, finishing as the fifth largest-grossing tour of the year, and over the course of ’94 and ’95, the band received two more Grammy nominations and released Little Texas–Greatest Hits.

After the self-titled Little Texas album was released, Little Texas, the players, needed a break following years of performing a relentless concert schedule. Thus, at the end of 1997, each member went his separate way, opting to spend time with family and friends, and work on individual projects.

Says bassist-vocalist Duane Propes: “At that point it was time for our loved ones to have us back for a while. It all happened for a reason.”

In 2004, the multi-platinum band’s four original members—Propes, Porter Howell (lead vocals and lead guitar), Dwayne O’Brien (vocals and rhythm guitars) and Del Gray (drums) rebuilt the franchise with a completely new sound and they couldn’t have been happier to be back on tour and bringing fans what they do best.

“Everybody still has a ‘What Might Have Been,’ there’s always a ‘First Time For Everything,’ and folks still want to ‘Kick A Little,’ so we decided to take the party back on the road,” shares Propes, referring to the group’s continued rotation at radio and generations of both old and new fans that keep the band playing their classics and putting out new music.

In summer 2007, Little Texas returned to the airwaves, country charts and music video playlists with an album titled Missing Years. In typical Little Texas style, the band broke the rules yet again, choosing to unleash TWO new albums within the span of a month, including the band’s first live album, The Very Best of Little Texas: Live & Loud.

Currently, the lineup’s on the concert circuit celebrating its official 24th year on the radio since their first single, “Some Guys Have All The Love,” hit the airwaves in 1991. The music the band has generated over the years is timeless, and has been featured on hundreds of television programs and sporting events including Good Morning America, American Idol, Don’t Forget The Words, America’s Got Talent & HBO’s “True Blood,” while “God Blessed Texas” has been the theme music for the Texas Ford Dealers commercials since 1998.

This year, Little Texas is breaking new sonic ground with the release of their 8th album, Young For A Long Time. Undoubtedly the band has never sounded more confident, as the chorus of the titular lead off track proudly declares, “Don’t you know by now we’ve got this down / That Friday night fire still hasn’t gone out / We got a rock solid life and a rock n’ roll state of mind / We were born to run / So sit down, son / We’ll show you just how it’s done / ‘Cause we’ve been young for a long time.” The musicianship has only improved with age as well with Porter Howell truly coming into his own as the band’s lead vocalist in addition to his dazzling lead guitar work, and backed by the always solid playing of drummer Del Gray. “Young For A Long Time pretty much runs the gamut of everything we’ve ever done, plus takes us down some new roads as well,” Propes continues


Garbo’s Lobster

Garbo’s Lobster

Lobster Rolls (2 different styles) -$15
Shrimp Bahn Mi Roll– $14
Garden Salad-$11
Crabcake Sandwich– $14

Wagyu on Wheels

Wagyu on Wheels

Hot Dogs


HomeSpun Creations

HomeSpun Creations

Funnel Cakes $7.00
Lemonade $3.00
Cotton Candy $5.00
Lighted toys $5.00 – $12.00



Brisket Sandwich $9.00
Pull Pork Sandwich $8.00
Rib $11.00
Sausage $5.00
Chicken $9.00
Hamburger $5.00
Cheese Burger $6.00
Boudin $7.00
Hot Dogs $3.00

Biddy B’s Mini Donut Factory

Biddy B’s Mini Donut Factory

Mini Donuts (Cinnamon or Powdered) $6 Bag of 12
Funnel Cake Mini Donuts $6
Fried Oreos
Fried Mini Candy Bars $5
Biddy Sweet Tea 32oz $5
Lemonade 32oz $5
Coffee 16oz $2
Water $2

Poppin Around Texas Gourmet & Kettle Popcorn

Poppin Around Texas Gourmet & Kettle Popcorn

Fresh Squeezed Lemonade $5
(Flavored Lemonades Blueberry, Strawberry & Peach)

Gourmet Popcorn
$10 Large Bag
$5 Medium Bag

The Dog Pound Food Truck

The Dog Pound Food Truck

Mutt – plain dog $5
Pit Bull – chili cheese dog $7
German Shepherd – mustard & sauerkraut $7
Chili cheese Tots $7
Cheese Nachos $5
Corn Dog with tots $5
Tater tots $3

Country Creamery

Country Creamery

Large Ice Cream Cone $5
Small Ice Cream Cone $4
Ice Cream Float $6

Elsie's Egg Rolls

Elsie’s Egg Rolls

Egg Rolls (Pork/Chicken/Veggie) 2 for $4 ; 6 for $7
Pancit/Filipino Noodles with 3 Egg Rolls $ 8
Pork Adobo over White Rice with 3 Egg Rolls $ 9

Hill Country Kettle Korn

Hill Country Kettle Korn

Kettle Korn
Small: $4
Medium: $6
Large: $9

24oz Strawberry Limeade $5
24oz Sweet or Unsweet Tea $5

Thumper’s BBQ

Thumper’s BBQ

Sandwich with chips $9.99
2 meat plate $12.99
1 meat plate $10.99
Tag team meal $10.99
Sausage wrap $3.99
Baked potato $9.99

Perky Beans Coffee

Perky Beans Coffee

Hot/Iced Coffee $2.15-2.65
Iced Tea $2.25-3.00
Arnold Palmer $3.25-4.00
Hot/Iced Lattes $3.85-5.35
Ice-Blended Frappes $4.50-5.75
Non-Dairy Fruit Smoothies $4.50-5.25
RedBull Smoothies $7.25

Make My Day Italian Ice

Make My Day Italian Ice

Kids Cup Ice– $2
Regular Cup Ice– $4
Large Cup Ice– $6
Baseball helmet -$6

Pizza on Point

Pizza on Point


Ze Wurst

Ze Wurst

Bratwurst $9
proper German pork Bratwurst made in Texas served on a roll

Vegan Brat $10
Beyond Meat Brat served on a roll

Currywurst $14
sliced Wurst topped with our homemade spiced tomato sauce served with curly fries

Curly Fires $6

GIANT Pretzel with cheese dip $9

Free Topping
Crispy or Fried Onions