While this year's Fourth of July celebrations won't look the same as they did last year, there will still be plenty of things to enjoy this weekend.
Kentucky native releases summer single
Country artist and Kentucky native JD Shelburne released his new summer single ‘Church Pew Bar Stool’ this week. The song will be a part of his upcoming album 'Straight from Kentucky.'
In an interview with CMT, Shelburne said the song holds a powerful message.
"No matter which way you turn, God always listens and is there for you. I think in today’s time people tend to forget that…whether you are sitting on a church pew or a bar stool," he told CMT.
Shelburne also said the video for the song was shot at a small church in Franklin, Kentucky.
On Twitter, Shelburne said he plans to make a concert announcement on Monday, July 6 at 10 a.m.
You can check out 'Church Pew Bar Stool' here.
Find some Fourth of July fireworks
While most larger Fourth of July events have been canceled this year due to COVID-19, there are some smaller community celebrations you can attend. If you go to one of these events, remember to practice social distancing and good hygiene.
On Friday, July 3, enjoy some Drive-In Fireworks at the park in Jeffersontown behind the Jeffersonian. Fireworks start at dusk. There will not be vendors or food - just fireworks.
In Oldham County on Saturday, July 4, fireworks are scheduled for 10 p.m. at Wendell Moore Park.
A concert and fireworks show is scheduled at South Harrison Park in Indiana on Sunday, July 5. Music starts at 4:30 p.m. and the fireworks will begin around 9:30 p.m.
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