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What not to bring to 4th of July Festival

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More than 10,000  people are expected to be along the riverfront in downtown Shreveport this coming Thursday for the 4th of July. If you are planning to come out there will be lots of food and fun for the entire family but there are some things city officials say you shouldn't bring.
Here's what's not allowed:
No personal fireworks
No glass bottles
No pets
No pop-up tents
No bar-b-que grills 

 

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