Fourth of July to get Rowdy

All My Rowdy Friends – a Hank Williams Jr. tribute show – will be the evening’s entertainment, sponsored by Food City at the annual Fourth of July celebration at Cherokee Park.

This year the Fourth of July Celebration in Cherokee Park is going to be just a little bit rowdy.

All My Rowdy Friends – a Hank Williams Jr. tribute show – will be the evening’s entertainment, sponsored by Food City.

The show will be followed by fireworks, sponsored by the Terry Law Firm, which promises the 20-minute show will be the biggest in the history of the park.

In addition to the music and the fireworks, the event will feature food trucks from the region. There will be a local band as the opening act but the arrangements are still being finalized.

Entry into the event is free. Parking, done by the Morristown-Hamblen Rescue Squad, which also does the fireworks show, is also free but organizers are encouraging donations to the squad as it serves as one of their major fundraisers for the year.

Organizers also gave special praise to Frank Parker, Cherokee Park director, for his work coordinating the event.

Frank Morrow helms All My Rowdy Friends and with his natural Hank Jr.-esque appearance and sound does what no one else does better when it comes to portraying Hank Williams Jr., organizers say.

With the look and sound of “Bocephus,” audiences will be blown away by “All My Rowdy Friends” Tribute Show.

All My Rowdy Friends is scheduled to take the stage at 7:45 p.m.

Nationally touring and performing with his band, “All My Rowdy Friends” since 2009 with a fan base that is nationwide, Morrow keeps the music of Hank Jr. performed with the same concert originality and high energy show of the actual concert as you would see Hank Jr.

In addition to performing as a headliner act, All My Rowdy Friends has opened for The Outlaws, The Black Hawks, Craig Campbell, Aaron Tippin, Eric Beddingfield, LoCash, Tobi Lee & Mustang Sally and Colt Ford just to name a few.