Danielle Bradbery is spending the summer traveling across America promoting her self-titled debut record, but the sweet singer says that if she could spend her 4th of July anywhere, it would be with her family in her hometown of Cypress, Texas.

The 17-year-old singer, who has been quite busy the last few months on Hunter Hayes' We're Not Invisible Tour, says that the July 4 holiday is one of her favorite days because she loves celebrating with her family in classic American fashion.

“I love celebrating with fireworks, and all that stuff," says Bradbery. "Usually on Fourth of July I’m just with my family and friends and we always get the fireworks and we barbecue."

Although the 'Young in America' hitmaker says that last year, she "got to ride horses and just be out in the country," it looks like this year will be business as usual. The country star will be playing at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, but with a dazzling fireworks display at the end of the night, she may get to enjoy a piece of her favorite kind of celebration, after all.

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