School is out for the summer and it’s time to start making plans for Independence Day. Located on Lake Houston in Kingwood, Kings Harbor effortlessly combines relaxing lakeside views and the feeling of getting away with the ease of access for neighbors, visitors and families. Kings Harbor is hosting its 6th annual concert and fireworks show on Wednesday, July 4 from 7-10 PM and here are 5 reasons why you won’t want to miss it!
1. Eat and Shop Local
Kings Harbor is a dynamic waterfront, 20 acre mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented village located in the heart of northeast Houston. The only commercial development within the market located directly on Lake Houston, Kings Harbor offers the perfect blend of uses, including locally owned and operated restaurants and boutique shops. Eat and shop local and enjoy the very best Kings Harbor has to offer.
Not only will you eat and shop local by choosing Kings Harbor as your holiday destination, but you’ll be a part of a larger celebration with the return of our beloved community and waterfront destination after Hurricane Harvey. The community has received an outpour of support and volunteers over the past 10 months, so help us celebrate Kingwood’s comeback and those who helped make Kings Harbor’s July 4 Fireworks + Concert celebration possible!
3. The Grass is Greener…
Got kids? Bring them to play and dance on Kings Harbor’s popular turf plaza, The Green. It’s like your backyard… but better! Don’t have kids? Challenge your friends to a competitive game of giant jenga or cornhole on The Green. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy the sunset, lake views and live music on July 4th.
4. A Salute to the Red, White & Blues
Wednesday evening’s celebrations will kick off at 7 PM with a blues-inspired performance from TC & The Cannonballs. TC and the Cannonballs is a well-known band in the Houston area, with past performances at CITYCENTRE, Axelrad and Sugarland Town Square. They have also opened for many distinguished blues acts such as Stevie Ray Vaughan at his album release party for “Texas Flood”, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Albert King, Jack Mack and the Heart Attack, Los Lobos, Room Full of Blues, John Hammond, The Nighthawks, Buddy Guy, and Joey Long.
5. End Your Night With a Bang!
To cap off the Independence Day celebration, enjoy a 12-minute fireworks show off of Kings Harbor’s pier at 9:30 PM.
This year’s event is sponsored by: The Berry Bar, Sharky’s, Zammitti’s, Capital Title, Pretty Little Things, Dapper Darlings, Raffa's, Chimichurri’s and The Tribune.
For more information, visit kings-harbor.com.