July 4th fireworks near Fond du Lac WI 2019
Summer is here, and though that means more time spent in local water parks, it also means Independence Day is coming, and you don’t want to miss out on this year’s fireworks and celebrations! Are you looking for July 4th fireworks near Fond du Lac, WI in 2019? Then we can help with fireworks locations, times, dates, and more including some additional events that you may not want to miss.
Fond du Lac fireworks 2019
Where: Lakeside Park
Address: 555 North Park Avenue
Day: Thursday, July 4
Time: 9:30 p.m.
Fond du Lac is ready to set the sky alight again with fireworks poised to begin at 9:30 p.m. at Lakeside Park. That’s not all of the festivities though. Get there early because there will be a patriotic concert held at the Joseph Schmitz Bandstand. It’s a tradition that has been going for over 100 years, and it’s always a good time for the entire family. Plus, getting there early for the concert ensures you have a good place to see the fireworks light up the sky.
Oshkosh Fireworks 2019
Where: Riverside Park
Address: 305 Ceape Avenue
Day: Thursday, July 4
Time: 9:45 p.m.
Many have wondered if there will even be fireworks in Oshkosh this year with the potentially permanent cancellation of Sawdust Days. Rest assured, fireworks are still happening, but due to construction around Menominee Park, they will be changing venue. The fireworks this year will take to the skies from Pioneer Island making the Leach Amphitheater a perfect viewing location. Festivities at the amphitheater begin at 4 p.m.
Dock Spider Fireworks
The Dock Spiders are having a game at Herr-Baker Field at Marian University on Friday, July 5th. They will be playing the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters at 6:35 p.m. Regardless of the outcome, festivities and fireworks will follow presented by Fond du Lac Says No More which is an initiative of the FDL Area Women’s Fund.
Biggest Little 4th of July parade
If you are looking for a little fun outside of FDL, then try the biggest little 4th of July parade down in Cedar Lake. Festivities start as early as 7:45 a.m. on July 4th with the parade at 1 p.m. and fireworks at dusk. The parade has been an annual tradition since 1980 and has since been dubbed the biggest little parade in the world.