July 3rd - Freeland Park - 3:00pm
Celebrate America! is an annual event (2018 will be our 24th year) enjoyed by thousands on the south end of Whidbey Island every July 3rd at Freeland Park. It's an evening of fun for the whole family.
- free admission
- festival-like atmosphere in a family-friendly setting
- outdoor stage with live music and entertainment
- food vendors
- patriotic program includes a time of honoring the men & women who have served in the United States armed forces
- the evening ends with a spectacular fireworks show over Holmes Harbor, complete with patriotic music
The 2018 Schedule:3:00 to 7:00pm Inflatable Bouncy House toys for the kids and face painting
4:00pm Food available from local vendors
Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Curly Fries, Veggie Stir Fry Noodles, Chicken Curry, Rice, Noodle Soup, Lamb Curry, Samosa Greens, Chicken Curry Soup, Pie, Soft Serve Ice Cream Cones, Kettle Corn, Carmel Corn, Cotton Candy4:30pm Free shuttle service from Freeland's Park 'n Ride lot located at Trinity Lutheran Church, and at the Island Transit bus stop on Main St. in front of Chase Bank.
Live Entertainment on the outdoor stage:6:00 pm - Island Dance Performing Team6:25 pm - Armstrong ATA Martial Arts Demonstration
7:05 pm - Dazzling Deceptions Magic Show - features interactive comedy and high level circus tricks
8 pm - Muscle Flats
9 pm - Neil Diamond tribute band, Cherry Cherry
10:00pm Patriotic program
National Anthem by Janine Elf10:20ish Spectacular fireworks show over Holmes Harbor complete with patriotic music
Celebrate America! is an opportunity for our South Whidbey community to celebrate our country's freedom. There is no admission charge. Handicap Parking is available, with a state issued permit, across the street from Freeland Park. Celebrate America! is made possible by the financial contributions of hundreds of individuals and businesses in our local community. The event is organized by the staff and volunteers from South Whidbey Assembly.
- Gallery of pictures from past years
- Photos of July 3rd 2013, South Whidbey Record
- Location of Freeland Park