Red, White & BRAM

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June 27, 2020
6:00pm - 10:00pm

More info TBA!​


2019 - Information 

GATES OPEN @ 5:30 PM  

Event starts at 6:00 pm 

9:45 pm - Fireworks 


Sold at the gate.

BRAM LIFE PASS =  $5 per person - must have a pass for each person

NO PASS = $10 per person without the pass. 

Cash/Credit accepted. Free entry for children ages 2 and under. 

Brambleton Residents and their guests only. 


Parking will be available along Shreveport Dr and also field parking areas. We encourage everyone to carpool. There will be a drop off zone area at the front gate. Parking is free. 


There will be several food truck options and beer/wine/spiked seltzers available for purchase. Coolers are allowed. 

Food Trucks (full menu not shown)

  • T&S Concessions (funnel cake/fried oreo/hot dog/burgers)
  • Hawaii Best Shaved Ice & popcorn
  • Scottos (pizza)
  • Fish Fry Guy (fried shrimp, oysters, fish)
  • Two Smooth Dudes (crab tater tots/buffalo tater tots/wraps)
  • Grubbers (Philly cheese steak/chicken tenders)
  • Kovi Kitchen (Asian street food)
  • Big Kyles BBQ (pork/chicken/ribs)
  • Spitfire (Mediterranean style)

Beer/ Spiked Selter / Wine 

  • Mich Ultra
  • Bold Rock Cider 
  • Stella
  • Troegs IPA 
  • Spiked Seltzers - assorted flavors
  • Wine - 868 Winery 

AMUSEMENTS - Sponsored by Van Metre

Van Metre will be on site with a pop-up cornhole challenge, Overtime Athletics will be hosting sporting games, and Little Gym will be playing gymnastics games with our younger residents. We will also have Human Foosball, Giant Pong, Shoot & Score Connect Four Basketball, Giant Connect Four, Big Foot Race, Tug of War, Sack Races, Human Billiards, and other fun backyard games. 


Bring your chairs, blankets, coolers, tents (only in specified areas), tables, and umbrellas. 


No grills, sparklers, fireworks, open flames, no pets, no containers of alcohol larger than 750 ml, no generators, no music.

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RWB - Location Map

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