Celebrate the Stars and Stripes at Roanoke Island Festival Park, Town of Manteo to commemorate 4th of July with free concert

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The Town of Manteo and Roanoke Island Festival Park are celebrating the Fourth of July with an Independence Day concert featuring The Deloreans and the 82nd Airborne Division Band & Chorus.  

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The Independence Day concert is free and open to the public at Roanoke Island Festival Park’s scenic waterfront Pavilion.

Gates open at 4:30 p.m. and the show kicks off at 5:15 p.m. with 80’s cover band, The Deloreans, presented by the Town of Manteo.

Following The Deloreans, Roanoke Island Festival Park will host the 82nd Airborne Band & Chorus as they present a star-spangled salute to our country featuring patriotic music, beginning at 7:45 p.m. The concert will conclude with the Town of Manteo’s fireworks display over the waterfront at dusk. 

To learn more about the concert, visit RoanokeIsland.com. For more information about the Town of Manteo’s Fourth of July festivities in downtown Manteo earlier in the day, visit www.manteonc.gov/fourthofjuly.

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About the Artists

The Deloreans

 The Deloreans are a seasoned showband comprised of distinct vocalists that cover the most memorable artists and nostalgic songs of the ‘80s. Each band member is featured throughout the show, making this band’s most notable attribute its unmatched variety. The Deloreans are known for their dynamic ‘80s costumes, unstoppable energy, and their ability to bring down the house every time.

82nd Airborne Division Band and Chorus

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The 82nd Airborne Division All-American Band & Chorus, stationed in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, will perform the Fourth of July musical program, “Let Freedom Ring.” Their patriotic performance will feature rousing military marches, classic works for band, virtuosic solos, and patriotic to pop vocal sections from members of the band and chorus.

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