This Independence Day enjoy fireworks, food, music and
games and more at the College Station Noon Lions Club’s “I Love America” Celebration July 4 at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University.
This is the 51st year the College Station Noon Lions Club has presented the “I Love America” Celebration as a way for the Bryan-College Station community to gather and celebrate our country’s birth, and the 14th year the event has been hosted at the Bush
Library and Museum.
The Bush Library and Museum will be open with free admission for everyone all day.
The event itself is free, but guests will need to buy tickets for any food they wish to eat except for watermelon.
The master of ceremonies for the event is K.O. from 104.7 The Mix’s morning show.
Musical entertainment includes the Scott Shelby Band, The Docs, Jason Adams as Elvis, and the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra presented by HEB.
Listen live on KAMUFM or streaming online at
Event sponsors include 104.7 The Mix; KBTX Media; Texas A&M University; the City of College Station; and the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra presented by HEB.
Special thanks to the City of Bryan; KAMU-FM; Bryan Coca Cola; the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation; RDM Audio; Slovacek Sausage; Texas Commercial Waste; Astin/Winkler Charitable Trust; and the Arts Council of Brazos Valley.
Free parking is available in the West Campus Garage, the Reed Arena parking lots, and lots 97, 74 and 61. Disabled parking is available in the north side of Lot 41 (George Bush
Presidential Library and Museum) and overflow in Lot 111 (Bush School of Government and Public Service); must display the proper disabled hangtag to be granted access to these lots.
For more information about shuttles and parking go to transport.tamu.edu