CORRECTION: In a previous article, and in the print edition of the Valley Voice, we stated that the date of the event was June 20. It is June 28. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
The Fourth Annual Freedom Fest, sponsored by the City of Porterville, the Tule River Indian Tribe and Sierra View District Hospital, offers activities for all ages, including a live band, a kid’s zone full of water slides and inflatable fun, an array of local food and craft vendors, a beer garden and more.
The finale to the evening will be a spectacular display of fireworks in celebration of the Independence holiday. Attendees are advised to bring blankets and lawn chairs.
Gates open at 4pm and festivities kick off at 5pm. The fireworks show will begin at 9pm.
The cost of admission is per carload is $5 in advance and $10 the day of the event.
Wristbands for the kid’s zone are $3 in advance and $5 the day of the event. Tickets are available during normal business hours at the Heritage Center, 256 E. Orange Ave., Porterville, and at Parks and Leisure Services in City Hall. An online coupon is available at www.ci.porterville.ca.us that will allow you to secure the advance sale ticket prices. Print out the Freedom Fest coupon and present it at the event to receive the discounted prices.
Visit the website for more information or call 791-7695.