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July 4, 2021

Hudson Oaks, Texas

Parker County's largest fireworks show

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To our amazing sponsors

About Boomin' 4th

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. We are excited to announce that we will be back in the park for 2021!

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 this year’s entertainment brought to you by Home Zone, is Prophets & Outlaws with Special Guest, Kat Hasty. 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.

Great Fireworks

Enjoy a great evening and amazing fireworks in Hudson Oaks this 4th of July!

Food Court

Choose from delicious burgers, bbq, mexican, pizza, ice cold treats and more!

Kids Korner

Splash Kingdom+Film Alley+Community Booths = FUN for ALL!

Parking & Shuttle Busses

View Parking Map

Featuring music by...

Prophets & Outlaws

Born out of the Dallas, TX, Prophets & Outlaws is a band compiled of brothers and friends whose broad musical tastes have put them all over the Texas music charts and in front of thousands of clamoring fans. Poetic descriptions and catchy turns of phrase all fall shamefully short of accurately conveying their music prowess. PAO is simply a band that must be heard to be truly understood, and it’s their unique stylings and homegrown chemistry that brings music fans out to their live shows night after night.

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Kat Hasty

The great Bob Dylan once said, “you don’t just wake up one day and decide you need to write songs.” This quote rings true for the up and comer, Kat Hasty. As a child, before she knew how to put words on paper, she was singing and writing music. Born and raised in west Texas, her upbringing pours through her songwriting in tales of desert highways and the hustle and bustle of oil towns. Laced with heartache, joy, loss and female angst, her songs are ingenious and uniquely her own. The songwriter released her EP, “Drowning in Dreams” earlier this March and has seen support from all over the country. Talented and motivated, she is set to begin a long career sharing her stories and growing into the performer that she is fated to be.

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Landon Nolty

Landon is an Aledo Texas native and currently lives and attends school in Aledo. He is 13 and has been singing since he was 6 years old. His career started when he was diagnosed with a rare hip disease at the age of 6 that limited his running and jumping. It is during this time he found out he had a gift for singing. At 7 years old he sang the National Anthem for Nascar at Texas Motor Speeday. He has participated in multiple charity events singing to raise money for the kids of Cook Children’s Hospital such as the Careity Rocks event and the UNT Eaglethon FTK. In 2018 Landon‘s cover of the song “Rise Up” was on the the Cook Children’s LP which was used for a video tribute to the healthcare workers during Covid 19. Landon is a song writer and wrote the song “HOME” produced by Raymond Turner in 2019 and cowrote “Waves of Freedom” with Phoenix Rose at Weatherford Music Academy in 2020. His talent is something he has always wanted to use to give back to his community and bless all those who hear him. He sang the National Anthem for Lone Star Park and for the organization “Roll Call” which is designed to honor WWII veterans. Landon continues to work on playing guitar and piano and he hopes to produce his own music one day. He loves family time, hanging with friends, and playing video games.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I view the fireworks from?

Areas around Gene Voyles Park.

Where can I park?

Click here for the parking map

What time do the fireworks start?

Approximately 9:30pm

Is there choreographed music for the fireworks portion of the show?

Yes! Tune into 92.1 Hank FM.

Gene Voyles Park

210 Hudson Oaks Drive

682-229-2400

M-F / 8am - 5pm

info@hudsonoaks.com

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