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Here’s where you can see July 4th fireworks

Here’s a list of many of the Independence Day celebrations around Central Illinois.

Friday, June 30 Mahomet, Champaign County Fireworks at 9:00 p.m. at Lake of the Woods Forest Preserve
Friday, June 30 Farmer City, DeWitt County Fireworks as part of fan appreciation night at Farmer City Raceway
Saturday, July 1 Arthur, Douglas County Fireworks at 9:30 p.m. at Arthur’s Freedom Celebration
Saturday, July 1 Danville Boat Club Fireworks during Thunder Over Lake Vermilion
Monday, July 3 Rantoul, Champaign County Fireworks at 9:30 p.m. at Rantoul Aviation Center
Monday, July 3 Fisher, Champaign County Fireworks at dusk on the Fisher Fairgrounds
Tuesday, July 4 Champaign Fireworks at 9:15 p.m. launched from the State Farm Center as part of the Champaign County Freedom Celebration
Tuesday, July 4 Homer, Champaign County Fireworks as part of Homer Freedom & Music Festival
Wednesday, July 5 Clinton, DeWitt County Fireworks at dusk hosted by Celebrate Clinton Association
Saturday, July 8 Tuscola, Douglas County Fireworks at dusk as part of 2023 Sparks in the Park

 

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Reginald Hardwick

Reginald Hardwick is the News & Public Affairs Director for the Illinois Newsroom. He started at WILL in October of 2019 after serving as News Director for WKAR in East Lansing, Michigan. Previously, he was a news producer and manager at the NBC station in Dallas, where he won 7 Emmy awards. Born in Vietnam, Reginald is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado. Email: rh14@illinois.edu Twitter: @RNewsWILL

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