Keep at a distance from your neighbor and turn your eyes to the skies.
The anniversary of American independence is upon us. And while crowds carry some risk, some of our communities will keep the explosive tradition of fireworks rolling in 2020.
Those continuing forth will have safety in mind.
The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers will host a super-sized fireworks show at Fox Cities Stadium on July 3. The night starts with a concert and seating will be arranged in a manner to account for social distancing practices. Doozey will perform from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tickets for the concert are $10 per person and can be ordered here.
Parking is $10 per car. Those coming only for the fireworks can park in the lot and listen to the music for the show, which will be simulcast on 105.7 WAPL.
Make it a doubleheader.
On July 4, it’s a movie and fireworks at Fox Cities Stadium with “The Sandlot” showing beginning at 7:30 p.m. The cost is $15 per carload.
Green Bay is also bringing its display to the ballpark for 2020. Fireworks shows will be held at the conclusion of the Green Bay Booyah baseball games on July 3 and 4 at Capital Credit Union Park.
Appleton residents will forego its typical evening at Memorial Park in 2020.
Its show will move to the Wisconsin International Raceway along County KK on July 4. The show is expected to start at 9:45 p.m.
Neenah and Menasha’s Community Fest is taking a hiatus in 2020, though Neenah’s fireworks will still light up the sky on July 4.
The fireworks are moving this year to Arrowhead Park.