Randy Houser to Headline the Las Cruces Fourth of July Celebration Concert

Randy Houser


The City of Las Cruces and New Mexico State University (NMSU) are teaming up to host the City’s annual Fourth of July Celebration Concert and Fireworks display at the Pat and Lou Sisbarro Community Park, 3205 Arrowhead Drive, on the NMSU campus.

Platinum-selling Country artist Randy Houser will headline this year’s free concert. Opening acts for this year’s Fourth of July 4 concert will be Las Cruces country singers Chris Baker and Dzaki Sukarno.

The concert will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 4 followed by the annual fireworks display.

Houser’s Stoney Creek Records album “How Country Feels” produced three consecutive No. 1 hits and has sold more than four million singles to date. The album’s title track, “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight,” and “Goodnight Kiss,” all topped the charts, while “Like A Cowboy” was nominated for the Country Music Association Song of the Year. Houser added another No. 1 hit to his catalogue with “We Went,” from his 2016 album, “Fired Up.”

The Mississippi native’s sixth studio album, “Note To Self,” features 10 tracks all co-written by Houser, and is now available. The lead single and title track “Note To Self” has made its way up the country music charts. Houser’s return to the music scene has been hailed by MusicRow, who described him as “one of country music’s very finest vocalists.”

Houser’s talents have also been recognized beyond music, as he landed onscreen roles in Martin Scorsese’s upcoming film “Killers of the Flower Moon,” and “The Hill,” starring Dennis Quaid.

The annual Fourth of July Celebration, hosted by the City and NMSU, brings the Las Cruces community together with an Electric Light Parade on July 3, and a Fourth of July concert and fireworks display. Schedules, locations, and event details for these free family-friendly community events will be announced soon.