Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is bringing back the patriotic celebration this weekend with the New Orleans Square Block Party.

Kicking off Thursday, June 27, visitors can enjoy live music, food trucks and a fireworks show both Friday and Saturday night. The three day festival is happening at the newly renovated New Orleans Square in Broken Arrow.

Visitors can expect la variation of live music; country and red dirt music from bands like Outlaw 51, rock from the Voice of Rock Radio and even some funk for the finale by St Paul and the Minneapolis Allstars.

According to Farhad Daroga Special Projects Manager, "New Orleans and Elm was once the heart of the city." After watching the buildings, with years of Broken Arrow history, fall apart and seeing the loss of income over the years, citizens and stakeholders believed that there could be more for the town if the right things were put in place.

And so, after a renovation on the sidewalks, landscaping, waterlines, signals and more, the town has come back to life. After hosting the first New Orleans Square Block Party in 2020, Broken Arrow has continued to grow and gain traction every year with the patriotic celebration.

If you plan on visiting the celebration, keep in mind you will need to bring your own chair and pets should be left home. Bring the kids along, as there will be a kids zone designated for the youngin's. Celebrate America and Broken Arrow this year together this weekend.

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