The annual Freedom Festival in Provo always draws a crowd or two, with thousands attending events leading up to July 4 and beyond.
Between the fireworks, the parade and the concert, the Freedom Festival is a tremendous event. But just how many people were involved?
Here are some interesting numbers to know about this year's Freedom Festival.
— Kurt Hanson, Daily Herald
Stadium of Fire reportedly sold out
According to the festival, it is estimated that 46,000 people attended the Stadium of Fire event this year featuring country superstar Keith Urban.
Lots of fireworks
The most notable fireworks show in the state, the fireworks portion of Stadium of Fire show lasted 22 minutes this year.
Volunteers came through
The festival estimates that it had 1,300 volunteers help this year in the many activities. The bulk of the festival's events are in July, however events are held throughout the year put on by the Freedom Festival.
Just one day of balloons
The Balloon Fest, that is part of the Freedom Festival, is regularly scheduled for three days each year, however this year the 30 balloons only made it up one out of the three scheduled days.
Weather can impact balloon launches and whether or not they fly.
Let freedom run
4,167 people are estimated to have participated in the annual Freedom Run, where attendees can choose a 10K, 5K or mayor's one-mile Fun Run course.
Almost 10,000 at Hope of America
The Hope of America event is one of the earliest Freedom Festival events in the year, and this time around, 9,000 kids participated in the Hope of America performances.
1 colonial-themed wedding
The Colonial Festival annually transforms the SCERA Park into a colonial village from centuries ago. This year, it also transformed into the site of a wedding, with all the trappings of colonial era, with George Washington himself performing the ceremony.