If you live in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, chances are pretty good that you’ve spent at least one Independence Day in Edmond. If you haven’t, both CNN and USA Today recommend that you spend this Fourth of July at LibertyFest 2011. Besides, can more than 125,000 visitors annually be wrong? Edmond’s big independence splash begins with events on June 25 and concludes with fire works over Edmond’s University of Central Oklahoma campus. What else is happening? You’ll find a car show, rodeo, concert in the park, parade, scholarship pageant and KiteFest, to name just a few. With activities for all ages – from chalk drawing for children to A Taste of Edmond for grown-ups – LibertyFest celebrates the Declaration of Independence every year as if it were for the first time. Get ready for the fireworks over Oklahoma. For a complete schedule and details, go to


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