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Celebrate July 3rd With Us! by Marci Gross

The City of Lawrenceville will host its 10th annual PRELUDE celebration to honor America’s Day of Independence on Friday, July 3rd 2015. The event will feature a pre-event opening concert by Chris Hamrick & The City Lights at 5pm, followed by an outdoor stage performance of the Broadway classic, Camelot - performed by the Aurora Theatre at 7pm, followed by a stunning fireworks display to conclude the evening on the Lawrenceville Lawn.

5pm - Pre-Event Musical Concert Performed by Chris Hamrick & The City Lights

7pm – PRELUDE to the 4th with a Broadway Performance of Camelot by the Aurora Theatre

Camelot, a Lerner and Loewe classic presented by the Aurora Theatre, known for its enchanting musical numbers that include The Simple Joys of Maidenhood, The Lusty Month of May, How to Handle a Woman, I Loved You Once in Silence, If Ever I Would Leave You and What Do the Simple Folk Do? Camelot has won 4 Tony Awards for Actor, Musical Director, Scenic Designer and Costume Designer. As well as The Outer Critics Circle Award for Set Design. Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, original production directed and staged by Moss Hart, based on “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White.

Come early… Bring a picnic dinner, discover a new favorite meal from one of the awesome food trucks on-site, or have dinner at one of the incredible restaurants on the Square, then enjoy the short 1-block walk down to the Lawrenceville Lawn, 1-block south of the Downtown Square, at 210 Luckie Street.

PRELUDE is a FREE outdoor lawn event, but reserved seating for tables of six can be purchased for $100 through June 26th, and $125 until July 3rd. Call 678.226.2639 to reserve a table or visit for the latest information about events in Lawrenceville.