Jun 1, 2016

Salute to America at Greenfield Village: Featuring the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

A classic Independence Day celebration with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra that's as full of freedom-loving fanfare as they come.

July Fourth is the quintessential American holiday. What better occasion for a four-day party? Picnics, games and festive holiday food from our award-winning culinary staff. Plenty of activities for kids, too. But the centerpiece of each evening is a joint concert by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the United States Army Field Band, Concert Band and Soldiers' Chorus, the premier touring musical representatives of the United States Army. Stick around for the grand finale, the DSO playing Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture, featuring authentic cannon fire and a spectacular fireworks display accompanied by live patriotic music.

Your experience includes
Drum and Fife Parade
Live Preshow Music
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Concert
Cannon Fire
Amazing Fireworks Finale
Discounted Pricing for Members of The Henry Ford
We regret there can be no refunds, even in the event of inclement weather. All programs and artists subject to change. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted unless purchased on site. A complete list of entrance policies will be included with your tickets.

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  1. This is one of my favorite events at The Henry Ford each year! Love it!

  2. I'd love to take my boys to enjoy - we have never been to this event!

  3. I can't believe I have never been to The Henry Ford, Greenfield Village or the DSO! Never even took any field trips to these locations as a kid. But now that I have kids, I hope to take them and let them experience all the fun and educational experiences that these places offer.

  4. My kids would love this. Greenfield village is such a great place.

  5. I have been to the Henry Ford and Greenfield a few times. My favorite exhibit is the old steam locomotive engine The Henry Ford Museum. The size of the locomotive is just so much bigger than I ever imagined.