By: Eames Yates
July 5, 2013
Valdosta, GA - Wild Adventures just can't say goodbye to the Fourth of July! They're having another firework show tonight around 9:15pm at the park that will be on the shores of the park's lake.
This is a continuation of their 'Celebrate America' event which began yesterday with a fireworks show as well. Thousands of people from around the country have taken part. Roughly 1500 fireworks have been fired over the course of yesterday and today.
Tonight's show lasts about 20 minutes. The park closes at 10pm tonight and they're selling tickets right up till then. Tickets cost 46 dollars at the door or are available online for 31 dollars--but not everyone has to pay...
Micha Hogan, Wild Adventures Public Relations Manager: "On a weekend and a holiday were we are celebrating our freedom it's just fitting to pay tribute to the members of our military here in our community. So we are giving all active and retired military, disabled veterans and reservists free admission for them to come out and enjoy the holiday weekend with their families."
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