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2nd Annual 4th of July Firework Viewing Party

Jul 4th

11:00am

$35 BUY TICKETS
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Assembly Food Hall is excited to host Nashville’s Largest July 4th Fireworks Viewing Party with the best rooftop views in town!

What’s a celebration without some music? Here is the lineup for the day:

  • 3:30-7:30 PM

    Soul Shakers

  • 7:30-8:00 PM

    DJ Dirty Darren

  • 8:00-9:15 PM

    LAKEVIEW

  • 9:30-10:00 PM

    FIREWORKS!

  • 10:00-11:00 PM

    DJ Dirty Darren

Grab a craft cocktail from any of our numerous bars, delicious cuisine from 20+ eateries at Assembly Food Hall and head to Skydeck on Level 3 to hang out with us as we celebrate Independence day!

TICKETS

General Admission tickets are $50 and guarantee access to the event.

Mezzanine Tickets are $75 and offer an elevated view with private bar access.

Skydeck opens at 12pm with music, and cocktails.

Event starts at 7pm. Tickets are required starting at 7pm to access the Skydeck.

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ABOUT LAKEVIEW

Straight from a Country song – two guys meet and start a band, realize the same girl broke their heart, and then make a spur-of-the-moment decision to hop in a car fueled on neon dreams en route to Nashville – but no, this is the real-life story of LAKEVIEW.

Jesse Denaro and Luke Healy make up the Nashville-by-way-of-Pittsburgh duo, infusing Country soul, Rock scope, and Pop ambition, into a singular style rooted in old school storytelling and elevated by carpe diem attitude and edgy production under Photo Finish Records.

Their no regrets introduction to the genre comes by way of the “work hard, play harder” anthem, “Poor Me,” and red flag-raising knockout, “Eyes Closed” – both tagging Denaro and Healy as co-writers and co-producers. Cody Quistad (X) co-penned “Poor Me” with LAKEVIEW, as Kevin Bard (Dan + Shay’s #1 hit “How Not To”) joined the pair as a co-writer on “Eyes Closed.”

Lap steel vibrates beneath a steady beat as guitar builds from a hummable riff into an electrified solo on “Poor Me,” with their debut chanting, “Take one down, pass it around, so poor me, poor me up another round.”

Originally from just outside New York City, Denaro was raised by musicians – as his mom was a piano teacher and his dad played the drums. Taught the drums by age 3 and later mastering the keys, he began performing live at 12, including playing worship at church until he was 22 years old. Healy, a native of Pittsburgh, relates to the same homegrown love of music, claiming, “It’s really special how that played a huge role in my life and I didn’t even realize at the time that my dad was basically teaching me how to write Country music – when he didn’t write music at all.”

With a career backbone in Rock/Metal, plus a heartbeat pulsing to mixtapes of Country legends such as Randy Travis, Don Williams, Conway Twitty, with a ‘90s dash of Toby Keith, Big & Rich, and Brooks & Dunn, LAKEVIEW is unapologetic in their cutting-edge sound. “We’ve come to realize that one of us without the other isn’t a good mix,” details Denaro. And Healy agrees, “This is not a business arrangement, these songs are an outpouring of what’s important to us and who we are musically to the core.”

LAKEVIEW is grabbing the attention of critics with Country Now dubbing them the “next big act in Country music” and being featured on The Boot’s New Songs You Need to Hear list. And they’re just getting started.

 

 

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

Skydeck is an outdoor concert venue and is not covered. All shows are rain or shine. If and when severe weather conditions exist, or are in close proximity to Assembly Food Hall, we may choose to delay a performance for up to an hour or longer before deciding to cancel or proceed. Guests and performers safety is our primary concern. If weather conditions dictate, cancellation of the show may be required. If cancellation of the show is required, tickets will be valid for a rescheduled date of the same show. When a show cannot be rescheduled, a refund of the original ticket purchase will be issued within 30 days of the cancellation of the rescheduled date. We encourage all Assembly Food Hall guests to dress for potential weather changes. Umbrellas are not permitted in the venue during concerts.

Age Restrictions: Rooftop is 21 & up after 7pm. There are No age restrictions before the event, but we do not recommend purchasing tickets for children for this event.

Refund Policy: All shows are rain or shine. Refunds are only available if a show is canceled and cannot be rescheduled. Please review the Inclement Weather Policy cancellation reasons.

NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGE WILL BE PERMITTED. We implore you to come early and check out our 20+ eateries offering everything from sushi to pizza to tacos, and much more! With multiple bars, you’ll find Cocktails, Beer, Wine & Spirits available before, during and after all shows.

Event Dates

Jul 04

2nd Annual 4th of July Firework Viewing Party

Mon, July 4th 11:00am


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