Daniel Fitzpatrick, City Manager
31 Wakefield Street
Rochester, NH 03867
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, June 26, 2018
Media Contact: John Guilfoil
Email: [email protected]
City of Rochester to Hold Night Before the Fourth Festival and Fireworks Display
ROCHESTER — City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick is pleased to announce that the City of Rochester will be holding a family-friendly Night Before the Fourth Festival and fireworks celebration next week.
- Rochester Community Center, 150 Wakefield St.
- Fireworks can be viewed from Spaulding High School athletic fields, 130 Wakefield St.
- Tuesday, July 3 starting at 5 p.m.
- Fireworks begin at approximately at 9:15 p.m.
- Rochester Main Street
- City of Rochester
- Local musicians: Brian Minger, Gabby Martin, Northriver Trio and Maddie Ryan
- Food: Happy Pappy’s, Two Wrongs Make a Right Bakery, Wow Factor, Totally Nutz, Frolic Concessions, Sharky’s Grill, and more
- Vendors: ThirtyOne Gifts, Tupperware, Tastefully Simple, Paparazzi Jewelry and Upala Yoga & Wellness Arts
Rochester Main Street’s Night Before the Fourth Festival and Fireworks celebration features live music, children’s activities, food, vendors and more, and is free to attend.
Members of the public may bring blankets or lawn chairs to view the fireworks from the Spaulding High School athletic fields, at 130 Wakefield St., after the festival.
“We are proud of all of the community members and vendors who have come together to make this event a reality,” City Manager Fitzpatrick said. “I hope everyone will come out and enjoy this Independence Day with friends, family and neighbors.”
Residents are encouraged to park in designated public parking areas only and avoid private or business parking lots. For information about public parking availability downtown, click here.
Rochester Main Street is still seeking volunteer involvement to help with this community event. If you are interested in participating with this or future events, contact Rochester Main Street at [email protected].
This event is made possible by co-sponsorship from the City of Rochester and a grant funding from New Hampshire Council on the Arts. Any proceeds from this event will be reinvested in the sustainability and revitalization of downtown Rochester.