58th Annual 
COVINGTON 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION
June 28th - July 4th
COVINGTON INDIANA
Last  Mega Band Sales June 25, 26, 27
@7pm 
25th City Park Big Pavilion 
26th & 27th CCG Head Quaters (pavilion in front of Stage)
$50 Unlimited Ride 6 Nights (every night except 4th)
(Cash or Check)
You can Pay Online but must Pay and Conformation # before pick up of Band. ($1.00 Fee for Online)
 
 
 

Sponsored by 


All entertainment starts on stage at 6:30pm EST
           

                   

July 4th entertianment starts at 5pm EST

  

Along with our stage lineup we also have a fantastic lineup of other activites to check out.  

Car Show will be Saturday June 30th.  

We aso are having our tractor exhibit thru sunday

Stage & Lighting provided by 

Music & Sound

  • 2018 Lineup
  • 6/28  Opening Ceremonies & Pageants
  • 6/29  Leadsmen
  • 6/30  (Afternnon) Wabash Valley Band & Baby Contest 
  • 6/30 (Evening) Dixie Flyers & Scott Greeson
  • 7/1    Parade(5pm)   Night of Worship (sponsored by Ministerial Association)
  • 7/2    Endless Summer Band
  • 7/3    Hunter Smith Band (Former Colts Punter and Super Bowl Champion)
  • 7/4    Mike Ellis Band followed by Cornerstone Band 
  • Gigantic Fireworks at 10pm
    

Midway runs each night with braclet night every night but the 4th starting at 6pm each night!

2018 Featured Artist

Hunter Smith Band

It's not every day when the front man of a popular country/rock band is also a Super Bowl World Champion. But for Hunter Smith, it's just one of the many twists and turns that led him to the stage.

After excelling in football at the University of Notre Dame, Smith was drafted to the Indianapolis Colts. He spent 12 years playing in the NFL.

Smith felt the musical pull very early in his life. His broad musical influences include:  Keith Urban, U2, Zac Brown Band, Kenny Rogers, Coldplay, Willie Nelson, Sawyer Brown, and Alabama. Probably not something you'd expect from a kid raised in a non-instrumental, a cappella church.  He taught himself how to play the guitar and began writing his own music at a very young age. 

In 2012, his dream became reality. The Hunter Smith Band released their first album, "Green." The band consists of four Indianapolis-based musicians hand-picked by Smith. Band members Justin Langebartels, Alex Reiff, Ethan Ehrstine and Kyle Whiteley all bring their own unique sound to the band.

Don't expect to put the Hunter Smith Band into one genre, or music "bucket". Part country, part rock, part pop, part alternative, ALL exceedingly entertaining and original. Expect energy, musicianship, and rootsy storytelling by lead singer, Smith.

Their sophomore album, "Story," was released in 2015 and has been embraced by independent radio and a rapidly growing loyal fan base. Look Ahead. It's the theme of this album, and a theme for Smith's life. "There's something country there, but there is nobody cooler in the pop sense than Keith Urban," he said. "That's kind of where we fall, in that genre. There's one foot in country. We're something and country."

That "something and country" is working very well, stylistically speaking. Check them out at www.HunterSmithBand.com.