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Fourth of July Fireworks in the Western Suburbs of Chicago

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Fourth of July Fireworks in the Western Suburbs of Chicago

Briana Perrino-Barrett

Briana oversees our marketing department and provides one-on-one coaching sessions and regular training on our internal marketing technology and best ...

Briana oversees our marketing department and provides one-on-one coaching sessions and regular training on our internal marketing technology and best ...

Jul 15 7 minutes read

It’s time to light up the sky this summer! Fourth of July is just around the corner, and we are all waiting to see those spectacular firework displays. There are many towns around the western suburbs that are ready to make up for last year with firework shows that will be bigger, better, and more beautiful than you could ever imagine. Check out the best spots to see the most incredible firework displays this year.

4th of July Fireworks in Aurora

Enjoy a nice firework show in the “City of Lights”! This spectacular fireworks display will take place on Friday, July 2nd in Downtown Aurora. The best viewing spots are available at RiverEdge Park, where gates will open at 7:00PM, and McCullough Park. DJ Suave Smooth will be preforming at RiverEdge Park from 7:00PM – 9:45PM, and DJ Pena will be performing at McCullough Park from 7:00PM – 9:45 PM.

Bolingbrook 4th of July Fireworks Display

Stop by the Bolingbrook Golf Club for an incredible firework display on July 4th! Access to the grounds and parking begins at 6:00 PM. Fireworks don’t start until dusk, but DJ entertainment provided by 95.9FM The River will take place before from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

A little FYI: Grills, pets, and personal fireworks are not permitted.

Downers Grove and Woodridge Fireworks

The Villages of Woodridge and Downers Grove have teamed up to help create a firework show that you won’t forget! This incredible Independence Day Fireworks display will take place at 75th Street and Lemont Road at 9:30PM on July 4th.

The annual parade will not be taking place this year.

Fourth of July in Glen Ellyn

Check out the 4th of July Parade and Firework display in Downtown Glen Ellyn! Both the parade and firework display will take place on July 4th. The parade starts at 12:00 PM on Ellyn Avenue and heads west on Crescent Boulevard, then north on Main Street, and east on Linden Avenue to Lake Ellyn. The fireworks will begin at dusk and take place at Lake Ellyn.

There will also be a Freedom Four 4-Mile Run the morning of July 4th.

Naperville Salute and 4th of July Fireworks Display

john greene Realtor is proud to be a presenting sponsor of The Naperville Salute event taking place July 2nd through July 4th! The Naperville Salute is a family-friendly Independence Day Hometown Celebration focused on an appreciation for Veterans, Active Military, First Responders, and their families. The footprint will encompass Rotary Hill on July 2nd and July 3rd along the Riverwalk and downtown Naperville. The firework display will be held on July 4th at Frontier Park in south Naperville.

Tickets available here: https://www.eventsprout.com/event/the-naperville-salute

Oswego Independence Day Fireworks

Grab a blanket and some chairs and get ready for an experience! The annual Oswego Independence Day Fireworks display will be held at Prairie Point Park on July 4th at dusk. Limited parking will be available at the park itself, so make sure to check out the event parking information before arriving.

The rain date is scheduled for Monday, July 5th.

Romeoville’s 4th of July Fireworks

Romeoville will be doing three simultaneous firework displays on July 3rd at 9:30 PM. This means that residents can stay in their own backyards and see the beautiful shows. The locations of all three shows are Lukancic Middle School, Volunteer Park, and Discovery Park.

St. Charles July 4th Celebration and Fireworks

The St. Charles Park District, in partnership with the City of St. Charles, will be hosting an incredible firework show on July 4th at night. The fireworks will be launching from Boy Scout Island, and they plan on making this show bigger and better than ever before. The best viewing locations for this year’s fireworks include Pottawatomie Park, Pottawatomie Golf Course, Ferson Creek Park, Richmond School grassy area off Oak Street, St. Charles North High School parking lot, and anywhere in downtown St. Charles.

Warrenville’s Fourth of July Celebration

Warrenville’s Fourth of July Celebration is a two-day event that begins on July 3rd with an incredible fireworks display. Organized by Warrenville Friends of the 4th, this exciting event showcases Warrenville’s talent with local Park and School District dance troops, singers, and bands. On July 4th, the Annual Firecracker 5K Run/Walk kicks off at 8:00 AM.

Cerny Park will be transformed into a large festival and there will be a parade featuring only children which will take place early in the day. Kids can enjoy face painting, balloon twisting, hula hoop contests, and more. Adults can enjoy the food and beverages as well as joining in on the contests and watching live music entertainment. There will be a spectacular firework display at the end of the evening.

Westmont Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks

This year’s firework show at Ty Warner Park will be bigger than ever because it is also the Village of Westmont’s 100th Anniversary! Before the fireworks, make sure to stop by any time after 4:00 PM for food trucks, concessions, crafts, games, music, and more! This event will take place on July 4th from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

Wheaton Independence Day Celebration Fireworks and Parade

Grab the family and head to Graf Park on July 3rd for an amazing firework show set to go off at dusk! The evening’s event is from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM and will include lawn games, concessions, a DJ, and giveaways. A local scout troop will provide a flag ceremony in Graf Park before the fireworks go off. On July 4th in Downtown Wheaton, the parade will kick off at 11:00 AM.

Yorkville Parade and Fireworks

Stop by Yorkville’s Independence Day Celebration on July 3rd! The parade will begin at 9:00 AM with activities to follow as soon as the parade concludes. These activities end at 1:00 PM and will include children’s foot races, bounce houses, and a performance by the Yorkville Community Band. Food and drink will be available for purchase at Town Square. The fireworks will start at dusk and will be shot off near the corner of Route 47 and Countryside Parkway.

If fireworks are canceled due to the weather, they will be rescheduled for July 17th at River Fest in Riverfront Park.

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