Trying to decide what place to grace your presence with on the 4th of July is tough. But if you're absolutely down for a free concert that will give you a blast from the past, get ready. The free concert will be headlined by an American rock band that formed in Arizona back in 1987.

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The Gin Blossoms are scheduled to perform a free concert on the 4th of July. The free concert will kick off with the opening act from Lee Rocker of the Stray Cats. You've heard Gin Blossoms music on certain films with big celebrity names.

Such as How to Lose a Guy In 10 Days with Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson. That movie featured Gin Blossoms "I'll Follow You Down" played on the scene McConaughey's on a bike chasing after Hudson. Another film, that featured Gin Blossoms was Empire Records.

But despite their songs being featured in films their music sure does remind us of the good old times. We can certainly re-live the good old times by checking out their free concert that's coming soon. You can catch this free concert happening on July 4th at 6 pm.

The City of Las Cruces teamed up with New Mexico State University for their annual 4th of July celebration. A concert and fireworks sound like a good time you can have at the Pat and Lou Sisbarro Community Park at 3205 Arrowhead Drive.

So if you would like a different atmosphere that doesn't break the bank, this is it. Visit Las Cruces on the 4th of July and have some free fun listening to Gin Blossoms who you have waited to see live again. You can get some more information from Las Cruces Bulletin by clicking here.

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