Your Essential Guide to July 4th in Johns Creek

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Music and fireworks and are among the festive ways to get in the spirit of independence this July 4th in Johns Creek.

Traditions abound around what is one of the nation’s most beloved holidays, and Johns Creek is no different.

Celebrations kick off at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3 at Newtown Park, 3150 Old Alabama Road, where there will be music by Crystal Clear Band, and a variety of activities and food.

The Crystal Clear Band will be playing an eclectic mix of classic R&B, jazz and current dance favorites throughout the evening at the Mark Burkhalter Amphitheater stage. 

Grab a spot on the terraced amphitheater lawn with a home-packed picnic or delicious food from Patty Wagon, Southern Crust, Lat’s Taco Bout It, Peace of Pita, and King of Pops. Cold beer and wine will be available for purchase.

Fireworks will begin after sunset.

Guests of the festivities are asked not to bring outside alcohol, pets or personal fireworks. Tables with reserved seating for up to 8 people will be available to rent for $200. 

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Or you can stay in the comfort of your home at The Regency at Johns Creek Walk. Our sparkling pool offers a welcoming way to enjoy the day, alongside the poolside grills and fire pits. Start new traditions with us at The Regency at Johns Creek Walk this year!

We offer a variety of floor plans that include studios, one,  two and three bedrooms so you can choose the floor plan that exactly fits your needs. 

Come home to your own personal oasis that includes efficient stainless steel appliances, a beautiful balcony with views, luxury plank flooring and more! In our pet-friendly community, you'll be excited to enjoy the fitness center, glistening pool, and business center, just to name a few.

For more information, or to schedule a tour, call (844) 682-8122 or visit us online

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