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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor

For Immediate Release
2007 Chrysler Jeep Boomsday Festival Set for Sept. 2nd
Boomsday Fireworks
Boomsday 20th Anniversary
Visit Boomsday.org
August 15, 2007 - The 2007 Chrysler Jeep Boomsday Festival is a free day of family fun, fireworks and food with amusement games, children's activities, live entertainment.

Celebrate 20 years of jaw-dropping fireworks with 350,000 of your closest friends. It's fantastic! It's fun! And it's free - as always!

2007 Chrysler Jeep Boomsday Festival is 30 breathtaking minutes of fireworks - and more. The afternoon is filled with fun, so come early to enjoy all the festivities, food, and great live music.

And getting there early means easier parking plus a great spot to watch the nation's largest Labor Day weekend fireworks show. You'll want to see the "smoke on the water," the spectacular "waterfall," and all the surprises in store from Pyro Shows.

The fun starts at noon, September 2, with fireworks (choreographed to terrific tunes) at 9:30 p.m. on Volunteer Landing at Neyland Drive.

Recognized as a Top 20 event by Southeast Tourism Society, Knoxville's signature event always draws a huge crowd.

Questions? Call our Boomsday Festival Hotline at 865-342-9191.

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