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Freedom Days 2007
Fourth of July in Galveston
News Release
Thursday, June 21, 2007

Photos of the 2006 Fourth of July Parade photos of
the 2006 Fourth of July Parade

GALVESTON ISLAND, TEXAS -  Galveston Island 4th of July festivities will begin with a patriotic parade beginning at 25th & Strand beginning at 10 AM and will conclude with a grand finale featuring a magnificent fireworks display at 37th St. over the Gulf of Mexico at 9 PM.
The parade, winding thought the historic downtown district will be led by Parade Marshall Bill Balleza, popular KPRC TV CH 2 news anchor. Following the parade a celebration will take place at the Railroad Museum, 25th & Strand that will feature jazz by Sparky Koerner, free hot dogs, lemonade and prizes. A family event, the public is invited to attend.

The tropical sky will come alive at 9 PM, when A.M. Pyrotechnics makes its Texas debut on Galveston Island with spectacular fireworks display lighting up the night over the Gulf of Mexico, at 37th St.
The Park Board of Trustees will present their annual 4th of July celebration featuring the international pyrotechnic professional team, A.M. Pyrotechnics.

Founded by Aaron Mayfield, who creates many of the company’s pyrotechnic and pyromusical fireworks displays, award winning A. M. Pyrotechnics has won over audiences internationally for their creative and unique special effects. Dr. John Steinberg of Pyrotechnics Guild International stated “ in an era where I see much the same material at most displays, their sources of phenomenally high-quality and masterfully crafted display shells from many countries and providers makes every single one of their displays a signature event.”
Trevor Davis, director of A.M. Pyrotechnics, Houston, said “I have been urging the company to open a division in Texas and now we’re looking forward to presenting a top notch fireworks display over Galveston Island as our entry into the area.”

The 4th of July fireworks display can be seen from the Seawall Boulevard and parking is free. The public is invited to attend. For more information visit  

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