Spectacular fireworks, live band set for the 4th
This event promises to be even bigger than years past.
Steve Sirmon, public information officer, said this year’s celebration will center around the parish’s bicentennial year and will include a $15,000 firework display.
“Because it’s our bicentennial year, our power technics people who do our display will put on something special,” Sirmon said.
Sirmon booked a band for the party.
“The Bucktown All Stars out of Metairie will be performing,” he said.
“They are a popular local band that plays a variety of music.”
There will be face painting, food, and drinks. Glow necklaces will be passed out to all children.
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