Your Complete 2023 Guide to Southern Minnesota 4th of July Fireworks
The United States of America is celebrating its 247th birthday next week, and what better way to celebrate than by watching some rockets red glare, and bombs bursting in air.
Here's your complete guide to public fireworks displays across the southern half of Minnesota for the Fourth of July, 2023.
2023 4th or July Fireworks Displays
- Albert Lea: Ring in the holiday with fireworks at Fountain Lake at dusk.
- Apple Valley: The fireworks display will take place at 10 pm at Johnny Cake Ridge Park East.
- Austin: Fireworks will take place at dusk in Bandshell Community Park.
- Blooming Prairie: The old Fashioned 4th will light up the sky above Victory Field at 10 pm.
- Cannon Falls: Fireworks will launch at dusk at the Cannon Valley Fairgrounds.
- Chanhassen: Fireworks will be on display at 10 pm.
- Dover: This is your chance to see two displays in two nights. Monday, July 3rd lights it up a night early.
- Eagan: The display begins at 10 pm in Central Park.
- Faribault: Take in the splendor at 10 pm at the Rice County Fairgrounds.
- Lakeville: The show starts in the sky at 10 pm.
- Mankato: Enjoy fireworks in Riverfront Park beginning at 10 pm.
- Morristown: The fireworks will fly starting at dusk at the fairgrounds.
- Northfield: Celebrate on the 4th at the Northfield Middle School at 10 pm.
- Owatonna: Meet up at the Steele County Fairgrounds for the show that starts at 10 pm.
- St. Charles: Saint Charles, Minnesota, USA, July 4th, dusk.
- Spring Valley: Deer Creek Speedway hosts one big fireworks display on the 4th after the races at dusk.
- Stewartville: The festivities will light up the sky starting at 10 pm at Bear Cave Park.
- Wanamingo: Catch the big booms and flashes starting at 10 pm at Riverside Park.
- Waseca: Clear Lake Park is the place to be to celebrate America's birthday starting at dusk.
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