Enjoy an Exciting 4th of July Week in South Bend, Indiana

Musicians performing during the 4th of July week in South Bend.

It’s that time of year again: Independence Day will be here before you know it. What better way to celebrate the holiday than to head out to some exciting community events? If you’re still figuring out your itinerary for that day, consider these upcoming events for the 4th of July week in South Bend.

Red Table Plaza Lunchtime Concert (July 3rd)

Celebrate early by attending a July 3rd Red Table Plaza Lunchtime Series concert. Mel Williams will perform some original and rock pieces that day.

Remember to grab something to eat at one of several downtown restaurants before you head over. Try the Red Table Plaza lunchtime specials at Bruno’s Pizza, Cinco 5, Linden Grill, PEGGS, or the South Bend Chocolate Cafe. You’ll get great food at fantastic prices!

Fridays by the Fountain (July 5th)

Celebrate the week’s festivities at Fridays by the Fountain with Ginger & Her Baked Goods. This popular band combines pop, rock, jazz, and rockabilly for a unique sound. They’re as comfortable performing pieces by Aretha Franklin as they are those by Lady Gaga.

Best of all, you won’t have to go hungry at the event venue, the John R. Hunt Plaza.

Food vendors will be on hand to offer pizza, sandwiches, salads, and smoothies at this lunch-time performance. So, bring a chair or a blanket for your comfort, while you enjoy the smooth sounds of Ginger & Her Baked Goods!

Meet Me on the Island (July 5th)

End your Independence Day celebrations with a bang! Head over to the South Bend Museum of Art for “Meet Me on the Island” featuring Darryl Buchanan’s Soul Motown Allstars. Admission is $5 and includes a fireworks display at dusk. Children under 12 years of age will get free admission.

All in all, these events will provide for an exciting 4th of July week in South Bend.

Want to live closer to all the action? Contact us at Main Street Village to learn more about living in Granger or to schedule a tour of our apartment community. You can also check out our blog to stay informed about local events and activities in the region.

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