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Here’s Where To Catch This Weekend’s Local Fireworks

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Fireworks are set off near the State Farm Center in 2014.

After taking a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fireworks shows are returning to central Illinois. Here’s where you can see all the area’s displays:

July 3:

Monticello Freedom Fest: Fireworks at Lodge Park at dusk.

Fisher Fireworks: Fireworks at Fisher Fairgrounds at dusk.

Seymour Fireworks: Near the Seymour Fire Department at dusk.

Hoopeston 150th Birthday Celebration: Fireworks at the soccer fields at 9:30 p.m.

Danville Boat Club’s Thunder over Lake Vermilion: 9:30 p.m. ($$)

July 4:

Champaign County Freedom Celebration: University of Illinois lot E-14, just west of State Farm Center at 9:15 p.m.

Bement Fireworks: Fireworks at dusk.

Homer Fireworks: Fireworks at dusk.

Sibley Area 4th of July: Fireworks over Lake Sibley at dusk.

Paxton’s July 4th Celebration: Fireworks at Bixby Park starting at 9:15 p.m.

Gifford Community Celebration: Fireworks at dusk in Werner Roessler Park.

Bellflower: Fireworks at dusk at Don Harden Field.

Rossville: Fireworks at dusk.

July 5:

Clinton Fireworks: Fireworks at Rt. 51 South and Kleeman Dr., approximately 9:15 p.m.

July 10:

Tuscola Sparks in the Park: Fireworks at dusk.

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Tristen Kissack

Tristen Kissack

Tristen Kissack is a digital production intern for Illinois Newsroom. He’s a senior at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign majoring in journalism. He serves as producer/director for the university’s student-run television broadcast Illini Sports Night and site manager for The Champaign Room, an Illinois Athletics blog.

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