Mesa Announces AT&T Fiber as New Title Sponsor for Arizona Celebration of Freedom

~ AT&T Fiber has been announced as the title sponsor of the 2023 Arizona Celebration of Freedom, a free event and Arizona's "coolest" independence festival. This will be the 14th year for this event.

Mayor John Giles expressed his appreciation for AT&T's commitment to Mesa, saying, "Given their stellar track record of giving back to their community, it's not surprising that they would step up and support such a worthwhile community event."

The 2023 AT&T Fiber Arizona Celebration of Freedom will take place on Tuesday, July 4th from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Mesa Convention Center and Mesa Amphitheatre campus, 263 N. Center St., and along Center Street between First Street and University Drive. AT&T is committed to connecting East Valley communities with its high-speed internet services in Mesa and neighboring cities.

Toni Broberg, AT&T Desert States president said, "We are excited AT&T Fiber is supporting this year's Celebration of Freedom. This is a great event that brings our community together." She added that "A strong connection is what helps communities prosper - working together we can help ensure Mesa remains a great place to live, work and play."

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The 2023 AT&T Fiber Arizona Celebration of Freedom will feature live music, a classic car show, BMX stunt riders, a Revolutionary War reenactment and family fun activities as well as a Fallen Heroes Memorial honoring the Arizona fallen heroes from the war on terrorism. The event will conclude with a Salute to America and spectacular fireworks show. Volunteers are still needed for various shifts and activities at the celebration; more information can be found at

The celebration is sponsored by several organizations including City of Mesa; Mesa Convention Center; Mesa Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities; Sertoma Club; Visit Mesa; Downtown Mesa Association; Arizona Car Show LLC; Mesa Recycles; Mesa Water Resources; Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport; Mesa Chamber of Commerce; United Food Bank; Nesbitt Contracting; Willmeng; Prensa Arizona; Sundt and VCA Animal Hospitals.

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