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Fort Worth’s Fourth 2013

by Pegasus News | Jun 28, 2013

Fort Worth’s Fourth 2013

In honor of the 25th anniversary of Fort Worth Sister Cities International partnership with Nagaoka, Japan, half of the fireworks used in the show will be donated by the City of Nagaoka. This is very special as Nagaoka is known for producing some of the world’s most impressive fireworks and they’re ready to bring that legacy to Fort Worth. In addition to the fireworks donation, the Japanese half of the show will be set to music and choreographed by our Japanese friends.The second half of the show will have Texas style fireworks and is guaranteed to deliver even more special effects and surprises than last year. Nagaoka Mayor Mori, Fort Worth Mayor Price along with a large delegation from Japan, will be joining the ceremony to re-affirm the 25 year old sister city partnership.

Fort Worth’s Fourth is a free family event with activities, food and fun. Families can enjoy jet ski shows, live music from Downtown Fever and Petty Theft, tubing, bounce houses, mini golf, horseback rides, face paint and much more.

Gates open at 2 p.m. The fireworks start around 9:30 p.m.