Gear up for the Fourth of July on July 3rd with East Nashville’s legendary Thirth of July Block Party.
If you’re not a total amateur, you know that every occasion worth celebrating requires a little planning, prepping and pregaming. Even Christmas wouldn’t be complete without Christmas Eve, so why aren’t you starting the party early for all your big occasions? We can’t think of a more quintessential summer celebration than America’s birthday.
No matter how you celebrate Independence Day – lounging on the lake, a movie marathon featuring your favorite patriotic flicks, a family picnic at the park, or hanging out with your Uncle Herman at his bunker, helping inventory his survivalist supplies (we don’t judge) — you need something to get you hyped for your Fourth of July festivities.
Enter the Thirth of July. This neighborhood block party on steroids is just what you need to prepare for your tribute to ‘Murica on her birthday. So what are the requirements for a legit pregame? Check out our list at get stoked for some patriotic partying.
What’s better than that feeling of getting off work and knowing you don’t have to go the next day? NOTHING.
You need to get in the spirit of celebration – you can’t just turn that on the day of! Leave your day-to-day worries behind with your pregame party. At the Thirth of July, your friends and neighbors are there to unwind and get in holiday mode. Get your mind right the day before with live music, great food and crisp, cold brews.
You can’t just dive in to those 26 pounds of barbecue and 13 gallons of baked beans on July 4thwithout preparing! You also can’t sing “Proud to Be an American” along with Lee Greenwood at the top of your lungs without a vocal warmup.
The Thirth offers you a gradual ease-into opportunity before you go whole-hog the day of! Your digestive system and your vocal chords will thank you later.
You can’t get in the zone sitting at home alone. Get out there with everyone else who loves the red, white and blue. Nothing says Happy Birthday America like hundreds of people from different walks of life coming together to celebrate freedom and each other. At the Thirth of July, you’ll find folks from all over ready to raise a glass and toast Lady Liberty with you.
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