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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A lot more than just fireworks will be taking over Waterfront Park to celebrate the Fourth of July.
The two0day Waterfront Independence Festival will also feature free music, free activities for the kids, food, and fun.
The event starts Tuesday, July 3rd, headlined by country duo Thompson Square and continues July 4th with reggae legend Jimmy Cliff.
The Louisville Water Company will provide free water to discourage the use of plastic water bottles -- and there's one thing city leaders are asking you to bring, as Mayor Greg Fischer explains: "Calling on who we are as a compassionate city, we can fight hunger in our city. We ask everyone to bring a canned good or non-perishable item that will go to Dare to Care food bank and then be redistributed throughout the city to people who need some help."
More than 150,000 people are expected to pack the waterfront for the festival.