Many Independence Day fireworks and celebrations this year have been canceled due to concerns regarding coronavirus. But a few celebrations are carrying on.
Here’s what’s been confirmed as still on for this year:
Green Bay: The Green Bay Booyah will have a fireworks show on July 3rd and July 4th.
Appleton: Fireworks will be held at 9:45 p.m. July 4 with a change in location to Wisconsin International Raceway. All events held prior to the fireworks in the past have canceled. Parking inside the Wisconsin International Raceway will be available for $5.
Fisk: July 3rd "Fire in the Sky" Fisk Fireworks show will go on as planned. Public parking available at Utica Fire Department.
Manitowoc: The Manitowoc 4th of July fireworks and parade are still on this year. Click here to learn more.
Neenah: Neenah will provide a fireworks show this year that people can watch from home at 9:45 p.m. July 4. Learn more here.
Berlin: Fireworks are still on for July 3 at Riverside Park. Learn more.
More locations for Festival Foods Fireworks shows that are still on this year in Wisconsin can be found here.
Here’s what’s canceled this year:
Door County: Fireworks, Independence Day celebrations canceled.
Fond du Lac: Fireworks canceled.
Green Bay: Fire Over the Fox Fourth of July celebration canceled.
Menasha: Fireworks canceled.
Oshkosh: Fourth of July fireworks, parade canceled.
Sheboygan: Fireworks canceled.