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REGISTRATION: Required by Land due to limited space. Requested by boat too.
RAIN DATE: Sunday, July 2nd
GATES OPEN AT 4:00 P.M.
Parking is $5 per car, free entrance cost to concert and fireworks show. Food Vendors on site
You will NOT receive an email about parking pass.
LAKE GREENWOOD SC – On Saturday, July 1st, the region’s largest patriotic fireworks display will ring, thunder and boom over Lake Greenwood, SC as the Connect Lake Greenwood’s 4th Annual Lights on the Lake Independence Day Celebration, comes to life from Fellowship Camp & Conference Center. Connect Lake Greenwood’s Annual Independence Day celebration, presented by Carolina Pride, will dazzle thousands of spectators with an unparalleled display of color, shapes, light and sound. The event kicks off at 6:00 p.m. at Fellowship Camp & Conference Center with food, beverages and live music by The Jake Bartley Band. Then at approximately 9:15 p.m., the fireworks will illuminate the water and shores of Lake Greenwood with a spectacular display.
The Lights on the Lake event has grown to become the area’s premier Independence Day fireworks celebration, attracting more than 7000 spectators, boaters and lake home viewers for miles around who marvel at the synchronized explosions and soaring musical tributes.
“Bringing friends, family and loved ones together under a blanket of stars, the Lights on the Lake Celebration and Fireworks display, grows even larger, pulling together a grand spectacle where the celebration by land at Fellowship Camp & Conference Center is hosted with food, beverages and live music – this year by the crowd favorite, Jake Bartley Band states Jimmy Peden, Connect Lake Greenwood Chairman. He added, “From Camp Fellowship to the open water of Lake Greenwood to the homes along the shore, thousands of spectators will be dazzled by the incredible high-flying effects, colors and shapes igniting the night.”