Farmers Market had fresh produce, some picked that morning.
Plus, there was local beef, goat cheese and milk, local honey and more.
There were plants with flowers and some with food. Plus, all sorts of baked goods.
And a healthy food truck was there for the hungry.
Main Street's "Friday Night Live" had a record crowd to enjoy the band Entice.
Temps in the 70s brought SRO crowds to each attraction.
The Murfreesboro square as well as the area around SportsCom both drew record spectators.
As always, Concert Productions did a phenomenal job with the sound for "Friday Night Live".
The band Entice played a variety of R&B, rock, golden oldies and much more.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department was on the square for first aid issues.
See SLIDE SHOW above for pictures from the Farmers Market and the Friday Night Live on the square.
RECAP: Lots to do in Murfreesboro on the 4th of July. The Farmers Market (Lane Agri Park) was on the the morning of the 4th and the Friday Night "Live" was on the Murfreesboro square with the band Entice.
The Farmers Market on Friday the 4th was at the Lane Agri Park and it was packed. If you missed this one, it happens again this coming Tuesday from 7:00AM to noon at 315 John R. Rice Boulevard.
The 4th of July fell on the first Friday and Main Street's FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE on the square was a hit with live music from the band Entice.