Community Announcements

Come Out and Enjoy the 2017 Randolph Freedom Festival


At the County College of Morris – June 29 – July 

RANDOLPH ,NJ- For many years, the Kiwanis Club of Randolph has partnered with the township to provide a fun, family event to celebrate Independence Day. It takes months of preparation to assemble and coordinate three days worth of performers and activities, culminating with the exceptional parade and fireworks!

In addition to many awesome bands and performers, a special guest will perform this year. Former contestant on The Voice, and Randolph’s own, Brendan Fletcher will perform on Friday night, and will host a meet and greet on Saturday! Although Brendan currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, he is a 2008 graduate of Randolph High School, and occasionally still performs in this area. There will also be carnival rides, gourmet food trucks, vendors, and games…something for everyone. The parade will include military units, community groups, bands, historical reenactments and more.

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Be sure to bring your family over to the County College of Morris for one or more days of fun, and set up your lawn chairs and blankets for the parade and the fireworks!


Thursday, June 29th: Country Night

6 pm -11 pm One Price Night – Ride all night ($25)

Rides, games, food trucks, line dancing, bands, free family entertainment, and vendors.


6:00 pm                      Country Line Dancing Lessons

7:30pm - 10:30 pm     Brian Clayton and the Green River Band


Friday, June 30th: Rock’N Randolph w/Brendan Fletcher from NBC's The VOICE!

6 pm – 11 pm One Price Night – Ride all night ($25)

Rides, games, food trucks, bands, free family entertainment, and vendors.


6:30pm            Gabby Toledo

7:30pm            Cold Weather Company

8:45pm            Brendan Fletcher


Saturday, July 1st: Home Grown Music (featuring Randolph/Local Area Youth)

Parade begins at 12 noon

Military units, community groups, bands, historical reenactments and other fun attractions. Parade route from Dover Chester Road & Quaker Church Road (Mt. Fern Church) to the County College of Morris


2 pm – 11 pm Fair

Rides, games, food trucks, bands, free family entertainment, and vendors.


All Day            EaZy Bubbles-Awesome Bubble Maker

2-4pm                         Touch-A-Truck

2:30pm            Millbrook Jazz Quintet

2:30pm            Meet n Greet with Brendan Fletcher

3:45pm            Galactus Cactus

5pm                 Anamaria Angel

6:15pm            School of Rock

7:15 pm           WDHA, the Rock of New Jersey

8 pm – 11 pm DJ Playing all your favorites.


9:45 pm Fireworks

See the night sky light up! Plenty of parking - $5 per car.


If fireworks are canceled on July 1, the rain date will be July 2 for fair and fireworks; the parade marches rain or shine.

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