There is no doubt that this 4th of July is going to look different this year due to the pandemic and social distancing, but that doesn’t mean we still can’t celebrate the fourth of July!!
Most cities have canceled their firework displays but if it’s not the fourth for you without some fireworks than you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of cities around Michigan and Northern Indiana that have decided to keep their firework displays but with modifications to make sure people are maintaining social distancing and keeping each other safe.
Saturday, July 4, 2020
Lake Orion Fireworks– Fireworks will be launched from the east side of Lake Orion near M-24 at dusk.
Mackinaw City- will have its fireworks on July 4th at 10 pm.
St. Ignace– is still scheduled to have its fireworks festival. The St. Ignace Chamber of Commerce also has a parade listed to happen to start at 6 pm right before the fireworks.
Sault Ste. Marie- on the tip of the U.P. will be having its fireworks show on July 4th. The annual parade has been cancelled.
Silver Lake Sand Dunes near Mears– on Michigan’s west side will have its “Thunder Over The Dunes” starting at 10 pm on July 4th.
Dorr Township- The Dorr Township Festival will be held July 2- July and their annual parade July 4 at 10:30 a.m.; fireworks at dusk with social distancing rules.
Kalamazoo- Galesburg Speedway will be having racing and fireworks July 4 (tickets required)
Fort Wayne- Fireworks will shoot off the top of the Indiana Michigan Power Center in downtown at 10pm
Wabash- Fireworks will start at Dusk at the Field of Dreams