Giveaway: Tickets to July 4th concert and Fireworks Spectacular at the AMP

If you’re looking for something fun to do on July 4th, we’ve got a giveaway that will set you up with free tickets to the July 4th Fireworks Spectacular presented by the Walmart AMP and featuring the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Two local moms will each win FOUR tickets to the show.

The symphony, under the direction of Paul Haas, will play a patriotic concert which ends with an incredible fireworks show, sponsored by the city of Rogers.

Gates to the AMP open at 6 p.m. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. and concludes with the fireworks display at 9:15 p.m. This event will celebrate the beauty and grandeur of America and honor our nation’s veterans and those who bravely serve in the nation’s armed forces.

If you don’t want to depend on the luck of the draw to see this great show, you can purchase tickets to the event to save your spot, but get it before it sells out! Click here to get ticket info online or call 479-443-5600.


To throw your name in the online hat to win a 4-pack of tickets to the July 4th Spectacular at the AMP, scroll down to the bottom of this post (and past the comments posted by other moms) until you see the words “Leave a Reply.”

Then write a quick comment telling us about one of your favorite Fourth of July memories. Do you remember a special fireworks display? Do you always eat a certain food that’s your fave on the 4th?

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  1. Fireworks at the beach where I lived growing up. We would sit on the beach, eat hotdogs, and watch them being shot of a barge in the ocean at Gulf Shotes, AL

  2. I grew up in a country grocery store. Every year my Dad would buy a truckload full of fireworks to sell. He would put on the most spectacular fireworks show for us. People would stop on the side of the road to watch. Popsicles, soda pops in bottles! Wonderful memories! He passed in 1996.

  3. My dad was in a rehab regaining his mobility after a stroke, and I would go stay with him every night for a few hours so my mother could go home for a bit. It was the 4th of July and the mall was having their fireworks display, I took him out in front of the rehab so he could watch the fireworks. I rolled his wheel chair into the grass and we sat and watched the fireworks. The next day he was covered with chigger bites from sitting in the grass, needless to say I was reminded for years about that. But it was a special time we spent together. Fond memories

  4. We always went to the country club and put out blankets and had snacks and watched the show. Good memories!

  5. We used to go to an amusement park near our house and watch them shoot off fireworks at night!

  6. Love jumping in the golf cart & watching the displays at cross church & the amp!

  7. One of my favorite memories growing up was going to the lake to watch fireworks. I can’t wait to share those memories with my kids!

  8. I was with my whole family, my kids, and my best friend who has recently passed away. It started raining during the show but they didn’t stop the show! The firework show was even more spectacular due to the rain coming down! We all got soaked but it was definitely my best Fourth of July memory!

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