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      1. Celebrate all weekend long with star-spangled music specials on SiriusXM

        Trying to figure out some last-minute, socially distanced Fourth of July plans this year? Whether you’ll be grilling, chilling, or living your (virtual) fest life, we’ve got everything you need to soundtrack the occasion with the cross-genre music specials below (all broadcast times in ET).

         

        Founding Fathers of the Seattle Sound

        This year, Lithium (Ch. 34) is focusing on a different (but equally important) set of founding fathers. Join Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready as he handpicks his favorite songs from influential bands responsible for the legendary “Seattle sound” of the 1990s. The special airs throughout the weekend on Sunday, July 5 at 4pm?and?10pm.

        Fourth of July Mix Weekend

        Spreading holiday cheer isn’t reserved for just December. To keep spirits and energy up, Pitbull’s Globalization (Ch. 13) will be airing Pitbull‘s Five-Year Globalization Town Hall throughout the weekend to celebrate both the holiday and the channel’s milestone. Hear the special on Sunday, July 5?at?11pm.

        Fourth of July Jam

        Ready to mix things up this weekend? Enjoy tailor-made mixes all weekend on LL COOL J‘s Rock The Bells Radio (Ch. 43). Vibe, dance, and more with custom sets from some of hip-hop’s best DJs — including DJ Papi Blaze, DJ Mister Cee, DJ Mr. Mixx, DJ Jelly, DJ Kevy Kev, DJ Platurn, DJ Kharisma, and more — specially made for the holiday. This?Fourth of July Jam kicks off on?Friday, July 3 at 7pm?and takes over until?Monday, July 6 at?3am.

        Hits 1’s Hundred Flashbacks and Fireworks Weekend

        This weekend, RSVP “yes” to our Hits 1 (Ch. 2) backyard BBQ by tuning in to hear the Top 100 throwback jams. Celebrate with friends, family, and your favorite classic hits from as far back as 2000, including Britney, Snoop Dogg, Kesha, Pussycat Dolls, One Direction, Lady Gaga, and many more all weekend long starting on Friday, July 3.

        Deep Tracks All-American Weekend

        Craving some music that’s as American as apple pie (or, alternatively, as American as Tom Petty‘s “American Girl”)? Don’t miss Deep Tracks’ (Ch. 27) Fourth of July weekend special highlighting all-American artists and featuring live cuts every hour. The show kicks off on Friday, July 3?at?12pm?and runs through?Monday, July 6?at?3am.

         

        Best of Fest Weekend

        If you’re looking for festival vibes with a little less bass and a lot more Southern twang, be sure to catch The Highway’s (Ch. 56)?Best of Fest Weekend. Starting on?Friday, July 3 at?12pm, prove it’s not your first rodeo by reliving some of the biggest CMA Fest performances from years past, from the studio to Margaritaville and beyond through Sunday, July 5.

         

        Octane’s Summer Drive Weekend

        For those planning a getaway weekend on the open road, keep the pedal to the metal with amped-up hard rock songs. Fuel your summer drive as Octane (Ch. 37) kicks your road trip into high gear starting on?Friday, July 3 at 12am through Monday, July 6 at 12am.

        Double Decade Block Extravaganza

        Alt Nation LogoNo pool, no problem — spend Fourth of July weekend diving into some of the biggest Alt Nation (Ch. 36) songs of the last two decades. All weekend long, hear year-specific blocks of alternative hits from the last 20 years starting on?Friday, July 3?at?3pm.

        Electro Excellence

        Black Music Month may technically be over, but it’s never the wrong time to celebrate the vast contributions of Black artists across any given genre. All weekend long, Diplo’s Revolution (Ch. 52) will be highlighting dance and electronic music from Black American artists, including mixes from Todd Cherry, Channel Tres, DJ Sliink, and more. Catch the special when the bass drops on Friday, July 3 at?4pm?and rages on through?Monday, July 6?at?12am.

        DisDance Fourth of July Replay

        Wish you were dancing the weekend away at a festival? We’re bringing the fest life to you. Don’t miss replays of exclusive, high-energy sets from our first-ever Virtual DisDance festival on BPM (Ch. 51) all weekend long, featuring Marshmello, Kaskade, Alesso, Steve Aoki, and more. Declare independence from dull holiday plans starting on?Friday, July 3 at 5pm and airing through Sunday, July 5 at 9pm.

        Uncle Charlie’s Got One for the Platinum Playlist

        Complement your high-energy weekend with some Heart & Soul (Ch. 48) from Charlie Wilson. Never miss a beat and hear Wilson’s latest two-step-friendly song “One I Got” when he joins B.J. Stone and Tonya Wes for the channel’s Platinum 20 Playlist. The special airs on?Sunday, July 5?at?6pm.

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