4th of July Celebrations

Here are some local 4th of July Celebrations to check out!

ILLINOIS:

  • Sterling-Rock Falls: Jaycees Independence Day Celebration, July 2nd
  • Prophetstown: Prophetstown State Park over the Rock River on Sunday, July 4th
  • East Moline: The city of East Moline will be celebrating independence day on Saturday, July 3 at the River Bend Park. The parade will take place on July 4 starting at 1 p.m. from 3rd Street to 15th Avenue. 
  • Oquawka: July 2nd Fireworks 8 p.m. North 8th & Knox Street. July 3rd parade 10 a.m., 5.p.m. tractor pull
  • Rock Island: The cities of Davenport and Rock Island are hosting Red, White, and Boom once again. It’s the largest fireworks display in the Quad Cities shot from two barges in the middle of the Mississippi River.
    • Fireworks are scheduled for Saturday, July 3. Spectators will be able to enjoy the show from Schwiebert Park in Rock Island, or Quinlan Court, Modern Woodmen Park, and LeClaire Park.

IOWA:

  • Davenport: The cities of Davenport and Rock Island are hosting Red, White, and Boom once again. It’s the largest fireworks display in the Quad Cities shot from two barges in the middle of the Mississippi River.
    • Fireworks are scheduled for Saturday, July 3. Spectators will be able to enjoy the show from Schwiebert Park in Rock Island, or Quinlan Court, Modern Woodmen Park, and LeClaire Park.
  • Dixon: July 3rd fireworks at dusk. Dixon Memorial Park.
  • Bettendorf: The city of Bettendorf is celebrating Independence Day on July 3rd starting with a parade at 10 a.m. It will go from the intersection of 23rd & State Street.
    • Fireworks will start at dusk at Middle Park on Saturday, July 3
  • Buffalo: July 2 & 3 Buffalo Days activities. Fireworks start at Dusk July 3rd.
  • Grand Mound: The city of Grand Mound is hosting its independence day celebration on Sunday, July 4.
  • Park View: They will hold fireworks around 9:30 p.m. (at dusk) with events leading up to the fireworks. From 5-10 p.m. there will be music by Anytime Entertainment.