~ PVN staff report
LURAY, July 3 — There will be plenty of food, fireworks and family fun in Downtown Luray for the 4th of July as the Town, the Luray Downtown Initiative and the Page Alliance for Community Action (PACA) team up to host the “Downtown Get Down” from 5 to 9 p.m. on Monday.
A variety of foods trucks will provide the energy necessary to participate in lawn games, jump around inside inflatables, walk from shop to shop to take advantage of Downtown Spar Spangled Shopping and Dining, enter a Corn Hole Tournament on the Main Street Bridge, watch the Duck Races along the Hawksbill Creek or gather along the Greenway or at the fairgrounds for the fireworks finale.
In addition, a variety of live music will entertain the hundreds expected to descend upon the Downtown area, either at Ruffner Plaza under the Main Street Bridge along the Greenway, or at the “Party of the Plaza” hosted by Performing Arts of Luray (PAL) outside the Rebecca J. Graves Performing Arts Center.
Live performances scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday,
include Blue Ridge Rain…
…and Low Low Chariot.
Live performances scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. on Monday,
…and Raised on Analog.
Activities, food and entertainment will be focused around the Mechanic Street lot, Ruffner Plaza under the Main Street Bridge, and along Main Street itself.
Registration for the Corn Hole Tournament, hosted by Shenandoah Valley Cornhole, opens at 5 p.m., and the tournament begins at 5:30 p.m.
Duck Races will take place along the Hawksbill Creek — with prizes — at 6:30 p.m. and again at 8 p.m.
Fireworks will begin at approximately 9:15 p.m. and be launched from the fairgrounds off Collins Avenue. Most of Downtown and other areas throughout town will provide a decent view of the fireworks. Parking is available at the fairgrounds itself, with gates opening at 7 p.m. (15 Fairlane Drive — use Gate 1 at the DMV to enter.) Limited parking is available.
For more information, contact Luray Parks and Recreation at (540) 843-0770, or check online at the Town of Luray website, or the Luray Downtown Initiative.
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