Red, White and Boom show attracting Sandy Springs folks

July 2, 2013 by  

With the Fourth of July celebrations heading towards us at a pace, many Sandy Springs folks are looking forward to what promises to be an awe-inspiring show.

Taking place at the Wolf Creek Amphitheater, the Red, White and Boom Concert and Fireworks show looks set to mark Independence Day in an amazing fashion. Banner printing and poster printing for the event suggest it will be a night of great entertainment.

According to the advertising, ‘Midnight Star’ will take to the stage. A band much loved by many in the 1980s, they will be performing a number of their hits including ‘No Parking on the Dance Floor’ and ‘Operator’.

Other hits, such as ‘Freak-a-Zoid’, ‘Wet My Whistle’, and ‘Midas Touch’ will also likely make the set by the Double Platinum Album winning band.

Before Midnight Star, the night will get started with a dance mix played by DJ Daddy Dre. Next on stage will be The 911 Band, who will give an eclectic performance covering the very latest in pop music, right through to jazz and rock classics.

The firework display itself, likely to be accompanied by music too, will get started from 9:30 pm, and run for a good half an hour.

Tickets do need to be collected prior to the event, but these are free. Car parking tickets are at a cost though, of $10.

For those headed out to Wolf Creek from Sandy Springs, the easiest place to go collect is at the North Fulton Service Center, located at 7741 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs.