The evening concludes with a Joe Nichols performance, food, drink, and fireworks.
Kaci McCarley was a U.S. Army Chaplin at Fort Carson when her husband informed her about the event. We meet up with our friends. "I'm going!" "
Colby Schaffer (a US Army Specialist) said, "I love that people can return to the community and really have fun with life."
Freedom Fest is expected to attract more than 20,000 participants. The Freedom Fest is normally open to the public. However, this year's COVID-19 mandated that only those with a Pentagon ID were allowed to attend.
Although the carnival lasts for several nights, most people enjoy attending this event.
McCarley stated, "It's great that we celebrate the fourth time together with everyone,"
As the event continues and the COVID-19 outbreak slows down, July 4, 2021 will be the busiest day in history.
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