Flooding has shifted some of the festivities this year, but Independence Day is expected to go off with a bang this year across Minnesota.
Bloomington — Normandale Lake Bandshell. Gaze towards the Hyland Lake Ski jump just after 10 p.m.
Fergus Falls — West Otter Tail County Fairgrounds. 10:30 p.m.
Blooming Prairie — Victory Field. 10 p.m.
Duluth — Bayfront Park. “Minnesota’s largest” display. 10:10 p.m.
St. Paul — State Capitol. Flooding moved the show to the capitol grounds. It is a relatively rare site to get to see the fireworks over the Minnesota State Capitol. The grassy capitol mall will be a fine place to spread out a blanket or set up a folding chair. 10 p.m.
Minneapolis — Water Power Park. Red, White and BOOM explodes over the Mississippi River. Viewing locations include the Stone Arch Bridge, Mill Ruins and Father Hennepin Park. 10 p.m.
St. Cloud — Wilson and Hester Parks. Fireworks shot off a barge in the Mississippi River. 10:00 p.m.
St Louis Park — Aquila Park. 10 p.m.
Albert Lea — City Beach over Fountain Lake. 10 p.m.
Fargo-Moorhead — Bonanzaville. Dusk.
Bemidji — Nymore Beach. Part of the Water Carnival celebration. Dusk.
Stillwater — Riverfront, Lowell Park, Pioneer Park. Fireworks launched over the St. Croix, viewable from multiple locations. Dusk.
Tower — North Hill. Dusk.
Grand Marais — Grand Marais Harbor. Dusk.
Fergus Falls — I-94 Raceway. After the races conclude.
Delano – Central Park. “Prepare to be astonished” the Delano 4th of July site promises. Sparks fly at 10:30p
Hudson, Wisconsin — Lake Front Park, over the St. Croix River. Dusk
Where do you like to watch fireworks?