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July 4th Celebration

Fort Bragg Parade Field

Note: This event has already passed.

The annual Fort Bragg July 4th Celebration returns for 2022! This year's event will feature musical headliner Walker Hayes, as well as parachute free-fall demonstrations, our popular flag ceremony, fireworks presented by USAA and food and beverages. New for 2022 - Craft Beer Garden!

Pets, glass bottles, and BBQ grills are not allowed. View the full list of prohibited items (.pdf).

Attendees are encouraged to arrive early due to heavy traffic flow. The event is free and open to the public.


Tent City

Tents are authorized in Tent City only.

  • Tent City Map (.pdf)
  • Reserve your tent space online via WebTrac* - Please be advised that WebTrac will experience intermittent outages on Saturday, June 25, 2022, 7 am - 7 pm.
  • $50 for a space with a tent provided
  • $25 for just a space
  • Open to DoD ID Cardholders only. Must present valid ID at check-in.

*WebTrac is best viewed on a desktop or laptop computer.


Musical Headliner: Walker Hayes

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Event Layout, Parking and Vendor Menus


Sequence of Events

  • 3 pm - Gates open

  • 4:45-5:45 pm - 82D ALL-AMERICAN ROCK BAND in concert

  • 5:45-6:13 pm - GOLDEN KNIGHTS Parachute demonstration

  • 6:13-6:45 pm - Flag Ceremony & National Anthem performed

  • 6:45-7:45 pm - Chris Moreno in concert                           

  • 8:30-9:45 pm - Walker Hayes in concert

  • 9:45-10:03 pm - Fireworks display


General FAQs/Information

  • Event is open to the public.
  • Special Event access will be available beginning at 2 pm:
    • Access will be available at the following gates:
      • All American
      • Randolph
      • Longstreet
      • Chicken
    • There will be designated lanes and a 100% vehicle search for non-DOD ID cardholders. 
    • Drivers and all passengers must have a valid ID.
    • For expedited entry, patrons may request a visitors pass from the All American Visitor's Center between now and July 3, 2022.
  • Q: What time can I set up my tent/blanket?
    A: No one will be allowed to access/set-up on the parade field until 3 pm. Please keep in mind that staff will be unable to watch your belongings. Also, tents are only allowed in the designated tent area; space is limited.
  • Q: I am a food vendor, how can I participate in this event?
    A: We are at capacity, and are no longer accepting applications.
  • Q: What are the prohibited and allowed items at this event?
    A: View the 4th of July Celebration Prohibited Items (.pdf)
  • Q: Can I bring ice and/or a cooler onto the Main Post Parade Field?
    A: Yes


Tent City FAQs/Information

  • Q: When will you begin taking reservations for the designated tent area and how much will they cost?
    A: Registration for Tent City opens on June 21, 2022 at 12 pm.
    • $50 for a space with a tent provided
    • $25 for just a space
  • Q: Do you have to be a DoD ID Cardholder to rent a space?
    A: Yes, you will have to verify your DoD ID at check-in.
  • Q: How many spaces can I reserve?
    A: There is a limit of 2 per DoD ID Cardholder
  • Q: If something comes up and I can't make it, can I get a refund?
    A: No refunds will be issued for tent sites.
  • Q: What time can I check-in and set up my tent?
    A: Check-in will start when the Parade Field opens.
  • Q: What size of tent can I set up?
    A: The space reserved will allow for one 10'x10' tent or smaller.
  • Q: What am I allowed to bring to my tent space?
    A: Please see the prohibited items lists above, in the section titled "General FAQs/Information".
  • Q: What are some suggested items that I should bring?
    A: Bring enough stakes to secure your tent. We have had wind gusts at past events.
  • Tent City spaces are not vendor spaces. Anyone using these spaces to vend or promote any type of goods will be turned into the MPs and charged with the misuse of government property for personal gain.


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