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PMRF to host America’s Most West Freedom Fest featuring fireworks, family fun and music headliner Common Kings

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The U.S. Navy’s Pacific Missile Range Facility, Barking Sands, is hosting America’s Most West Freedom Fest this Saturday in Kekaha.

The event is free and open to the public, and features Common Kings as the music headliner.

“There will be great music, food vendors, and of course the best fireworks show on the island,” said Kaua‘i native Genevieve Silva, the event’s coordinator.

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“Featured musical guests are Cruz Control and Waylon Nihipali, with headliner Common Kings performing after the fireworks,” Silva continued. “Plus, DJ Podahgee will be entertaining the crowd with some great music.”

This is the first time the Pacific Missile Range Facility has held America’s Most West Freedom Fest, since the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We hope you and your family will come and enjoy the fun activities, great music and of course the spectacular fireworks show,” said Capt. Brett Stevenson, the commanding officer of Pacific Missile Range Facility.

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The general public can enter at the Kokole Gate, adjacent to the landfill, starting at 4 p.m. Visitors must be legal U.S. residents and anyone 16-years old and older must present a valid, U.S.-government-issued ID to enter.

Food and drink vendors are cash only. Limited parking will be available on base, so carpooling is encouraged. All vehicles are subject to search.

Organizers recommend planning ahead. Kokole Gate will be closed to incoming traffic if the Facility reaches maximum capacity, or at its cut-off time of 8:15 p.m.

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No outside food or beverages (except water), coolers, tents, pets, backpacks, weapons (including knives of any type), drones, illegal drugs or personal fireworks are allowed.

Attendees can bring a folding chair not to exceed 32” high. Water is allowed, as are blankets, clutch bags not to exceed 5” height x 7” wide x 1” deep, and clear bags not to exceed 12” x 6” x 2″.

For more information, visit the PMRF Morale Welfare and Recreation Facebook page, or click here.

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