July 4 festivities set in Belton
June 15, 2017 - bbq set
BELTON — The city’s annual Fourth of Jul festivities will have a banging new further to hang a nationalistic day: fireworks.
The pyrotechnics should not dispute with a fireworks uncover presented by Temple, Belton Area Chamber of Commerce President Mark Arrazola announced Wednesday.
The cover felt like a time was right to deliver a new component to a star-spangled event, Arrazola said. A brief fireworks arrangement will take place during Schoepf’s BBQ following a initial rodeo round-up. Texas nation thespian Kyle Park will perform during a round-up.
The tack of a Belton’s Fourth of Jul jubilee is a parade, that is in a 98th year.
“I’ve enjoyed saying how it’s grown,” Arrazola said.
The cover perceived some-more than 115 march entries, pronounced Nicole Stairs, programs executive for a Belton Area Chamber of Commerce.
“We’ll substantially have a whole heck of a lot more,” she said.
The Independence Day jubilee will start with a kick-off grill during Yettie Polk Park, 101 S. Davis, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Jun 30. Tickets for a eventuality are $5 for adults and $3 for children.
“That’s what unequivocally starts a subsequent 5 days,” Stairs said.
The 2017 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Rodeo is set to start during 7 p.m. Jul 1 during a Bell County Expo. The final day of a rodeo, Jul 3, will also be troops appreciation night.
Active members of a troops get in giveaway to a rodeo and troops families will get $5 off per ubiquitous acknowledgment ticket. General acknowledgment rodeo tickets for adults are $15 and tickets children ages 2 by 12 are $12. Tickets are accessible online during rodeobelton.com; during a Bell County Expo Center, 301 W. Loop 121; or by job 512-474-5664.
On Jul 4, a Chamber has a full day of events. Beginning during 9 a.m., Brig. Gen. Douglas M. McBride, who is a march grand marshal, will pronounce on a north stairs of a Bell County Courthouse, 101 W. Central Ave.
At 10 a.m., a 98th annual Belton Fourth of Jul Parade will start. While a entertainment will be opposite since of highway work, a track starts during 10th Avenue and Main Street and will finish during Central Avenue and Birdwell Street.
Immediately following a nationalistic review during 11 a.m. is a Festival on Nolan Creek during Yettie Polk Park. The Brett Hendrix Band will perform from noon to 2 p.m. The festival will finish during 4 p.m.
Finally to hang adult a jubilee of a nation’s Independence Day, a rodeo round-up will be during Schoepf’s BBQ, 702 E. Central Ave. The round-up starts during 7 p.m. and ends during 9 p.m. A brief fireworks arrangement will follow a event.