VINCENNES, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV)– With the Fourth of July less than a week away, the city of Vincennes has festivities scheduled on both Sunday and Monday for the community.

On Sunday, July 3rd, Mayor Joe Yochum said the U.S. Army band is making it’s return to the city.

“We’re going to set up at Gregg Park, I encourage everyone to show up and bring their lawn chairs and come enjoy that music. They’ve been here in the past and they always are great to have and good to listen to,” Yochum said.

The city’s July Fourth parade will kick off at 6 p.m. Yochum said they have over 60 entrants registered at the moment. Food vendors and other activities will be present at Patrick Henry square before the fireworks cap off the day at the Lincoln Memorial bridge.

Yochum said he looks forward to celebrating the holiday with the rest of the community.

“I just think it’s great that everybody comes out and enjoys this holiday together, and enjoy the parade and the fireworks. It’s just a fun day and a lot of fun events that everyone can come out and enjoy no matter what,” Yochum said.