UPDATE: Fourth of July is over. But you can still catch fireworks at the Clive Festival on Saturday July 20th. Click here for more info.
The 4th of July is right around the corner. Plan ahead and you can see multiple fireworks displays this year. This kids will love it. Just make sure to practice and teach your kids fireworks safety!
Altoona: July 3 — 10 pm at Prairie Meadows.
Altoona: July 4 — Adventureland Park about 9:40 pm inside the park.
Ames: July 5 — at dusk, July 4 — Parade at 11 am on Main Street.
Ankeny: July 11-14 – Ankeny’s SummerFest celebration: Fireworks on 14th from 10-10:35 pm. More Info
Carlisle: July 4 — Parade at 9:30 am, Fireworks 9:30 pm at North Park. More info
Clive: July 19-20 — Clive Festival with fireworks on July 20 at the Clive Aquatic Center on 114th Street between University Avenue and Hickman Road. Clive’s 11th annual “Thunder Over Clive” fireworks display at 9:45 pm. More info
Des Moines: July 3 — Yankee Doodle Pops at Iowa State Capitol,symphony performs at 8:30 p.m. followed by fireworks.
Norwalk: July 4 — Parade at 10 am from Cherry Street to Elm, Elm to Lane Avenue and north on Lane to School Avenue, School to Main Street and then east on North. Fireworks at dusk at McAninch Sports Complex.
Urbandale: July 4 — Parade at 10 am, north on 70th to Aurora then west to 82nd — Fireworks at 10 pm at Walker Johnston Park. More info
Waukee: July 4 — Parade at 2 pm at Vince Meyer Learning Center, Fireworks about 9:30 pm at Centennial Park.
West Des Moines, Jordan Creek Town Center: June 29 — Live at the creek kickoff with Decoy and fireworks at dusk, event 5-10 pm. More info
Windsor Heights: July 4 — Parade starts 1 pm along 73rd and Hickman follows 73rd south to University, then east to 66th Street and south to Colby Park. Fireworks in Colby Park start at 10 pm. More info
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