July 4 returns this year to downtown Nashville with a — wait for it — *bang.*
Hitmaking country-pop band Old Dominion headlines "Let Freedom Sing," an annual free concert hosted by Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. in the city's ever-busy Lower Broadway nightlife district.
Set for Monday night, the show features a simultaneous half-hour fireworks show and Nashville Symphony Orchestra performance. Last year, the concert and fireworks display brought an estimated 350,000 people to downtown Nashville.
Unable to make it to this year's Independence Day party? No sweat. Here's how you can watch the celebration from home.
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How to watch on cable
Nashville-based cable network CMT airs time-delayed highlights from Old Dominion's performance beginning Monday at 9 p.m. CST.
The show runs until 10:30 p.m. CST, concluding with the fireworks show.
How to watch livestream
Those wanting to watch live can tune into a livestream of the mainstage performances and fireworks show hosted by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp.
The livestream kicks off at 8 p.m. via visitmusiccity.com/july4th. It runs through the conclusion of the fireworks show.
This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: How to watch Nashville July 4th concert, fireworks show at home