Freedom Festival to feature 4th of July fireworks, live music, and more on the Camden Waterfront

The Camden Waterfront is set to be a prime destination for Fourth of July
fun this year with the 2022 Freedom Festival bringing thousands of people
to Wiggins Park to enjoy live music, a spectacular fireworks show, food,
beer and more. The festival is part of Camden County’s

Summer Parks Concert Series
, which will bring a full lineup of family-friendly free concerts to the
Camden Waterfront, Cooper River Park and Haddon Lake Park all summer long.

The Freedom Festival celebration kicks off at 5 p.m. with a salute to
America and our veterans by the Tri-County Symphonic band and will be
followed by live performances by Travel Lanes at 6:30 p.m. and The O’Jays
at 8 p.m. The evening will then culminate with a Fireworks Spectacular over
the Delaware River at 9:30 p.m.

In addition to the Freedom Festival, Wiggins Park will host the following
lineup of talented artists throughout the summer:

June 27 – Corinne Bailey Rae
July 18 – Ruthie Foster
August 01 – The Sugar Hill Gang
August 15 – Matt Cappy
August 29 – Third World

Cooper River Park, located in Pennsauken township, will host the following
free concerts on select Thursdays at 8 p.m.:

June 23 – City Rhythm Big Band with swinging horns & hot vocals
July 14 – The Fab Four – The Ultimate Tribute
July 28 – Light Opera of New Jersey presenting “Great Moments from the
Grand Stage”
August 4 – The Weight Band
August 18 – The Ledbetters – Pearl Jam Tribute

Haddon Lake Park, located in Haddon Heights, will host the following free
concerts inside the McLaughlin-Norcross Memorial Dell Concert Venue. All
concerts begin at 7:30 p.m.

June 29 – Al Olender / Graduation Speech
July 13 – Jeffrey Gaines / Brian Kors
July 27 – Miko Marks & The Abrams
August 3 – Jukebox The Ghost / Carly Moffa
August 24 – Kathleen Edwards / Shannen Moser
September 7 – Richard Thompson / Jonah Tolchin

You can find additional information, updates, weather cancellations, and
more on the Summer Concert series at

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