Visitors flock to downtown Edmond for Libertyfest events

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EDMOND, Okla. – Tens of thousands of visitors lined the streets of downtown Edmond to celebrate our nation’s independence at the LibertyFest parade on Friday.

LibertyFest hosts Oklahoma’s largest hometown 4th of July parade, featuring over 100 entries.

Fantastic looking floats, antique cars, trucks, military vehicles, families, dogs and even Darth Vader were all part of this incredible parade.

The beautiful weather added to the excitement as throngs of parade-goers waved their hands and flags at passing floats.

NewsChannel 4’s Mike Morgan and Lucas Ross were part of the parade and some parade fans thanked Morgan for the great weather.

The grand finale of Friday’s LibertyFest celebrations will be the fireworks and entertainment  around the University of Central Oklahoma campus.

The fireworks display is the largest in the Oklahoma City metro area.

For more about LIbertyFest and the fireworks show, go to:


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