ChelseaFest ends with ‘big kaboom’
By Brady Talbert / Staff Writer
CHELSEA – As July fourth approaches Chelsea residents celebrated with bands, bikes, booths and ended the night with a boom.
On Saturday, June 30, eventgoers gathered in an open field behind the Chelsea Dairy Queen celebrating Independence Day a little early at this year’s ChelseaFest and The Big Kaboom. This is the second year ChelseaFest was held, after combining with The Big Kaboom, a firework spectacle that has been viewed by Chelsea residents for nearly a decade, according to Mayor Tony Picklesimer.
The event featured booths with arts and crafts, food vendors, inflatables, and even a bicycle parade for the kids. Eventgoers also had the chance to listen to some rhythm and blues, as headliner, COMPOSITIONZ, performed on the main stage.
The night ended with a kaboom as an array of fireworks filled the Chelsea sky. After thanking those who “worked tirelessly,” the city’s official Facebook page said the event was “a huge success.”
See all photos from this years event here.