Here Comes the Boom

This year the colors promise to be brighter, the booms promise to be louder and the fireworks celebration, sponsored by the Terry Law Firm, will be bigger than ever.

After All My Rowdy Friends wraps up the evening’s music, at about 9:30 p.m., a fireworks show, unlike any in the history of Hamblen County will be unleashed at Fourth of July Celebration at Cherokee Park.

Put on by the Morristown Emergency Rescue Squad, which obtains special certification for the event, the show will by synced to music and light the night sky, organizers say.

The annual event is free but the the Rescue Squad handles the parking and will be accepting donations at its biggest fundraiser of the year.

“Over the past two years, we have really come to understand how much the Fourth of July fireworks show means to the people of Hamblen County and the Lakeway Area,” said Brack Terry, of The Terry Law Firm. “The Terry Law Firm and our family is pleased to put on the fireworks show again this year.

“This year the fireworks show will be even bigger than the last two years. We hope everyone will come out and enjoy the fireworks show and Fourth of July Celebration at Cherokee Park.”