FORT SILL, OK-- A little rain couldn't stop thousands of folks from crowding onto Fort Sill for the big Fourth of July summer concert.
Concert-goers were treated to quite a show last night, even though the rain started coming down. Most folks came prepared, though, with their umbrellas.
You could feel the anticipation, as they waited for the headlining act, Trace Adkins. And, the wait was worth it, as Adkins wowed the crowd.
As a nice cap to the evening's annual concert, fireworks lit up the skies over Lawton/Fort Sill. The fireworks lasted about fifteen minutes and could be seen from all over town.
Folks say it was a spectacular way to end the day.
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