By Michael Cerio

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s a locals only party on the Parkway this year for the 4th of July in Philadelphia.

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Announced today, the Welcome America 4th of July free concert is filled with “from here” performers, filling out a lineup custom built for the whole family. Bucks County songstress Christina Perri shares the spotlight this year with West Philly born Empire star Yazz The Greatest, A capella group Brotherly Love, a tribute to Gamble & Huff and “The Sound Of Philadelphia”, and more.

The event will be hosted by the Hamilton star hailing from East Oak Lane, Leslie Odom Jr. – and take place in front of the Art Museum on The Ben Franklin Parkway.

It’s a lineup much more concerned with zipcodes and mass-appeal to the whole family then it has been in previous years. The last half-decade has featured The Roots, with headliners ranging from John Mayer to Nicki Minaj to last year’s set from Miguel.

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As “Jar Of Hearts” and “A Thousand Years” singer Christina Perri told us last year, she feels right at home on those Art Museum steps.

“Not to be super cheesy, but I used to hang on the Art Museum steps. I would just sit there and watch people go up the Rocky steps and do that thing at the top. I would do my homework there, and I would read poetry. I was very much the hippie. And I would just kind of chill there all the time” explained Perri.

There will be a few more people paying attention this time around.

Another headliner is yet to be announced. The show kicks off at 5pm on July 4th, with fireworks following at 10pm.

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To hear more from our talk last year with Christina Perri, listen to the full interview below: