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Party like it’s … the 4th of July

EDH Town Center Fireworks Show
Fireworks light up the sky at the El Dorado Hills Town Center fireworks show last Friday night, July 3. Photo by Laurie Edwards.

The highly anticipated fireworks show in El Dorado Hills is back. On Sunday, July 3, from 7 to 11 p.m., ring in Independence Day and have a blast as El Dorado Hills Town Center presents its annual Fireworks and Freedom Concert.

Beginning at 7 p.m., entertain the kids in the Kids Zone with bounce houses, face painting, balloon artists and a DJ playing games and giving away prizes.

Purchase a Kids Zone wristband for unlimited access from 7 to 9:30 p.m., with proceeds benefitting Hands4Hope. Kids Zone wristbands will be available for pre-sale at the California Welcome Center, located at 2085 Vine St., El Dorado Hills.

Live music by Apple Z in the Steven Young Amphitheater begins at 8 p.m. and will keep the party going through night. Apple Z is a dance party and rock show all mixed into one. The band is known for world-class musicianship, rock concert showmanship and packing the dance floor with crowd-pleasing classics from 60s rock through the 80s, 90s and the best of today’s Top 40 dance hits.

There will be food vendors and food trucks lined up along Town Center Boulevard serving tasty eats. Beer and wine will be available for purchase courtesy of the El Dorado County Food Bank. And don’t miss the silent auction for a Sacramento Kings signed Basketball with all proceeds going to the El Dorado County Food Bank.

The evening will conclude with a spectacular fireworks display choreographed to music designed by Pyro Spectaculars, a Southern California-based company that specializes in producing pyrotechnic shows. Notably famous in the world of fireworks show production, and billed as the largest such company on the West Coast, Pyro Spectaculars has provided firework entertainment during the 50th birthdays of the Golden Gate and Oakland Bay bridges, the 1994 Pink Floyd concert tour and has also lit up Olympics performances along with several Super Bowls.

Parking will be available at Blue Shield, located at 4203 Town Center Blvd. and Rolling Hills Christian Church, located at 800 White Rock Road.

This event is brought to the community by El Dorado Hills Town Center, a development by the Mansour Company and these sponsors: Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Mercedes Benz of El Dorado Hills, California Welcome Center, Marshall Medical Center, Mercy Hospital of Folsom and Mercy Medical Group.

Public set up time begins at 5 p.m. No tables, roping off or personal barbecues are allowed. Road closures and a special event exit plan will be utilized. For further details or more information visit edhtowncenter.com.

Original Article — http://www.villagelife.com/entertainment/party-like-its-the-4th-of-july/

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