Let’s have a blast at the ultimate summer bash in Central Florida! The City of Altamonte Springs and XL 106.7 are pulling out all the stops for the most spectacular party of the season, and you are all invited.
Red Hot & Boom is celebrating 25 years of legendary live music, food, family, friends and firework-filled fun. This annual gathering will be the highlight of an extraordinary Independence Day weekend. There is no better place to spend the best night of the summer while enjoying unforgettable performances, a jaw-dropping fireworks show and memories that will last a lifetime.
The event is Sunday, July 3 from 4 to 11 p.m. The fireworks are scheduled to begin at 9:30 p.m. (weather permitting). The show’s choreographed music is simulcast by XL 106.7. There are also live interviews with the artists airing on the station throughout the afternoon and evening. Stay tuned to XL106.7 for weather updates and schedule changes throughout the day.
Artists are listed in performance order.
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Admission is FREE. Concessions are available on-site located throughout the venue around the lake. All food vendors are permitted by and come under the supervision of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
Note: Backpacks, bags, small coolers and other personal items are subject to inspection.
There are over 65 portable restrooms and two park restrooms located throughout the site. Handicap accessible restrooms and hand wash stations are available at all restroom locations.
Event parking is available at the Altamonte Mall and surrounding areas. Please review the map for recommended travel routes.
There are over 200 speakers located around Cranes Roost Park including the main sound system on the floating stage. The system is operational on July 3 from approximately 10 a.m. until 11 p.m. for sound checks and the show (not including any delays). Public service announcements and recorded music are broadcast throughout the day. Three large video screens will carry the concert throughout the event.