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Celebrate ‘We the People’ with July 4 Concert from the National Cathedral

The majestic Washington National Cathedral presents a virtual Fourth of July concert featuring mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves, contemporary Christian singer Michael W. Smith, former Senator Elizabeth Dole, and others, accompanied by the President’s Own United States Marine Orchestra.

The hour-long Independence Day Online Concert and Tribute is free, open to the public and begins at 11 a.m.

The program includes recognition to COVID-19 first responders, health care workers and others who rise to meet the challenge of keeping the public safe during the pandemic.

Participants for the celebration obtain an exclusive pass to this concert by filling in contact information here. On July 4, a link to view the concert will arrive. Participants are encouraged to share the link with friends and family.

With regional leaders recommending stay-at-home plans for celebrating the Fourth, the virtual, star-studded concert from the National Cathedral is an ideal way to recognize the character of the nation and the resilient, compassionate values that make America strong.

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