The vivacious BlueGirls dancing on stage at Veterans Memorial Park in Douglas, Arizona.
Douglas celebrates the Fourth of July with a two-day event on July 3rd & 4th.
Celebrations include soccer play-offs, fireworks, a parade, live music, games, and Liquid Blue.
Boothill Graveyard, named because most of it's early occupants died with their boots on.
The gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone is the most famous gunfight in Old West history.
The city of Tombstone is famous as a frontier town on the edge of the American Wild West.
With a population of around 1,500, the economy here today is based on tourism.
Scott makes absolutely sure it doesn't bite.
The city of Douglas is about 50 miles from the city of Tombstone.
Douglas launched the 4th of July celebration with a baseball tournament.
The Copper Kings baseball tournament was held at the Copper King field.
Liquid Blue merchandise selling quickly at the event.
Scott Stephens signs an autograph.
There was also a parade along historic G Avenue.
July Fourth festivities in Douglas wrapped up with an evening fireworks show.
Douglas is experiencing a period of both residential and economic growth.
The population was 14,312 at the 2000 census and is climbing steadily.
Douglas has a semi-arid steppe climate, less hot and more rainy than a typical arid climate.
The Douglas area was first settled by the Spanish in the 18th century.
The United States Army established Camp San Bernardino in the latter half of the 19th century.
Douglas was founded as a smelter town, to treat the copper ores of nearby Bisbee, Arizona.
The town is named after mining engineer and pioneer James Douglas.
James Douglas introduced a number of metallurgical innovations in copper mining.
Liquid Blue on the big screen, after helping Douglas Arizona celebrate 4th of July.