CENTRAL TEXAS -- Heavy rains on Wednesday threw a wrench in many Central Texans plans for the Fourth of July.

From causing a temporary evacuation at Willie Nelson's Fourth of July Picnic to canceling San Marcos' Summerfest, here's a rundown on what's still happening -- and what's not.

- The Austin Symphony at Vic Mathias Shores is still on:

- The City of Cedar Park will see a scaled down version of its Fourth of July celebrations:

- The City of Hutto's celebrations are still on:

- Leander's Liberty Fest is delayed, with new plans for parking and transport:

- New Braunfels fireworks display postponed to Labor Day weekend:

The events scheduled for Wednesday night in Landa Park have been canceled and postponed. Details on a specific date will be provided soon, the City said.

- Pflugerville's stadium will open at 5:30 p.m. for their Pfirecracker Pfestival:

- The Red, White and Buda festival experienced delays, but fireworks are still on:

- Round Rock's festivities are still on:

- San Marcos' Summerfest has been canceled. Fireworks will go on as planned:

- Willie Nelson's 4th of July Picnic is resuming after a weather evacuation:

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