Flags waving, footballs being tossed through the air, guitars strumming and thousands of dollars’ worth of fireworks exploding over the top of Gene Voyles park in Hudson Oaks. Every year on Independence Day, the community comes together for one of the largest single events in Parker County, Boomin’ 4th, to celebrate freedom, family and good clean fun.
The highly choreographed fireworks show is one of the best low and high aerial displays in North Texas brought to you by Southwest Ford and Nextlink. Headlining on the Boomin'4th stage is Midnight River Choir with Special Guest, Bobby Irwin is brought to you by Home Zone! Kid Zone is brought to you by Urban Air Hudson Oaks and our Pavilion Partner is Lynch Legacy. Back by popular demand Hudson Oaks has partnered with 92.1 Hank FM to allow folks to hear the choreographed music for the fireworks portion of the show from any streaming device.
EVENT SCHEDULE: Shuttles start at 5:00 p.m. Kid Zone opens at 5:00 p.m. Food Court opens at 5:00 p.m. Stage show starts at 6:15 p.m. -- National Anthem -- Bobby Irwin - 6:30 p.m. -- Midnight River Choir - 7:50 p.m. -- Fireworks around 9:30 p.m.
Enjoy a great evening and amazing fireworks in Hudson Oaks this 4th of July!
Choose from a variety of delicious eats and treats from local vendors!
FUN for ALL brought to you by local community partners!
The story of Midnight River Choir is proof that sometimes great bands just happen. One night, four strangers ended up on a late night float trip down the Guadalupe River. As they made their way down the river singing songs, the beautiful harmonies floated into the heads of sleeping campers. The next morning, the boys overheard a man telling a friend that he was “awakened by a midnight river choir.” That was all it took. The boys realized the magic of their combined talents and began writing and performing together under that River-God given name. The formation of Midnight River Choir was nothing short of a force of nature that now translates seamlessly during their live shows. This band needs no labels or comparisons. Their music speaks volumes about who and what they are. Their lives have been woven together by a strong thread of raw energy both on and off stage. They believe that what you get is what you give and they give everything they have to their crowds. When that kind of energy lands back at the feet of the boys it is something of supreme intensity. And no one ever forgets it. Eric Middleton: Guitar, Lead Vocals Bob Driver III: Bass, Vocals Blake Bentley: Piano, Vocals George Talbert: Drums, Vocals
Bobby Irwin got his taste of stardom at a fifth grade talent show and soon realized music would be his life. From the piney woods of East Texas, this 19-year-old has taken his guitar and set out on the path meant for him. In the span of only two years, Irwin has played at full venues all across East Texas, won the TXM Records Texana Troubadour Singer and Songwriter Contest, took first place at Texas State FFA Talent Contest with People's Choice and Delegates Vote, and most recently won first place at the 2021 National FFA Convention Talent Contest in Indianapolis.
Look how much fun we've had over the years
Areas around Gene Voyles Park.
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