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Fourth of July Concert – Wednesday, July 4th



Put on your red, white and blue, grab a blanket or lawn chair and come celebrate America’s 236th Birthday in The Cummer Gardens! With the St. John’s River as a backdrop and stars above, the sounds of The RiverTown Band will keep you entertained from 7 to 10 p.m. The RiverTown Band was a big hit at The Cummer’s 50th Anniversary Ball, and we decided to bring them back for an encore. Along with fun, lively dance music, you will hear traditional patriotic music sprinkled in to help honor the day.

So you won’t go hungry, traditional Fourth of July fare along with beer and wine will be available for purchase from TreeCup Café. You are also welcome to pack your own picnic basket with delicious treats and alcoholic beverages. Doors will open at 6 p.m. so come early to stake out your spot. Then take a trip inside to view a few patriotic artworks before enjoying an amazing Fourth of July Concert at The Cummer!

Tickets are available to members for $10 and to non-members for $20. Tables with reserved seating and gourmet picnic basket for 10 people are available for $400. Please call us at (904) 899-6004 or visit our website to purchase tickets and to get all concert information.

Please note: Fireworks will be presented on the River by the City of Jacksonville and the view from the Gardens is obstructed. Also, the concert will be held rain or shine, so refunds will not be available.

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