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Kingston's annual July 4th celebration is held along the banks of the Clinch River along Kingston's waterfront on Hwy 70.
This is always a fun-filled day on the banks of Watts Bar Lake! Food and craft vendors set up all day with live music, homemade raft races, boat parade, bbq cook-off and doggie pageant! The festival is free, but many vendors require cash. Please plan accordingly. Fireworks begin at dark.
This multi-day event includes a parade the night before, and the day-long festival on the 4th that ends with a spectacular fireworks display over WBL!
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This event is hosted by Kingston Parks and Recreation, visit their website to learn more.