The Ultimate Guide to Milwaukee Area Fireworks

Milwaukee Fireworks

Fireworks are integral to Milwaukee’s summertime culture. There is no summer without them. Below is a detailed list of Milwaukee and surrounding counties fireworks’ schedules. So grab a blanket, pack your picnic basket, and attend as many firework displays as you can! 

Festivals                                          

St. John Neumann Parish Festival – June 3rd, dusk. Enjoy this parish festival in Waukesha with carnival rides, helicopter rides, great food and more. Stay for the fireworks! Visit St. John Neumann Parish Festival for more information.

Pridefest Milwaukee – June 11, 9:30pm. Enjoy Pridefest at the Henry Maier Festival Park and watch their opening night fireworks beginning at 9:30pm. Visit Pride Fest for more information

Franklin’s Civic Celebration – July 2nd, 9:30pm. Enjoy Franklin’s 60th anniversary party and celebrate with fireworks. Visit the City of Franklin for more information.

Fireworks Kite Festival – July 3rd, 9:30pm. Fly your kites around before the big lake fireworks on the 3rd. Visit Gift of Wings for more details.

Milwaukee Summerfest Big Bang – June 29, 9:30pm. While attending Summerfest, stay for one of the biggest firework show in town – the Big Bang! Visit Summerfest for more information.

Festa Italiana – July 22-24. How many cannoli’s can you eat? Regardless of the answer, Festa loves their fireworks and offers a show each night of the festival. Visit Festa Italiana to find out all dates and times of their fireworks at festival information.            

Family Fun Before the Fourth — June 25. Mequon and Thiensville’s premiere summer family fun and entertainment attraction. Parade at 10:30 am, Fireworks at dusk! Visit Family Fun Before the Fourth for more information.

Milwaukee GermanFest – July 29-30, 10:30pm. Wear your best lederhosen and polka dance the night away. Then stay for the fireworks! Visit German Fest for more information.

Milwaukee Irish Fest – August 21st, 9:00pm. Celebrate the Irish at the Henry Maier Festival Park and enjoy the fireworks to close off yet another successful festival. Visit Irish Fest for more details.

 

4th of July Fireworks

Milwaukee County

Brown Deer – July 4th, Watch the parade starting at 1:30pm at Brown Deer Elementary School and ending in Village Park, followed by fireworks at 9:30pm at Village Park

Cudahy – July 4th, Parade at noon, starting at Grange Ave. and Lake Drive, ending at Sheridan Park, followed with fireworks at 9:20pm at Sheridan Park

Franklin – July 4th, Children’s parade starts at 10:30am with the main parade at 11:00am, starting at W. Loomis Road and Forest Hills Ave, ending at the fire station, followed by the fireworks at 9:30pm at Lion’s Legend Park

Glendale – July 4th, Children’s parade at 10:00am with the­ main parade at 10:30am, along the Milwaukee River Parkway from Parkway Elementary School to pavilion in Kletzch Park, followed by fireworks at dusk at Kletzsch Park

Greendale – July 4th, Parade at 10am, followed by fireworks at dusk at downtown Greendale

Greenfield – July 4th, Parade at 12:15pm starting on W. Layton Ave. from S. 68th to S. 51st, followed by fireworks at dusk at Konkel Park

Hales Corners – July 4th, Parade at 4:00pm, starting at S. 102nd st. and Forest Home and ending at Village Hall, followed by fireworks at dusk at Hales Corners Park July 4th

Alcott –July 4th, Parade at 9:45am followed by fireworks at 9:15pm at Alcott

Gordon – July 4th, Parade at 11am starting at St. Casimir Church, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm at Gordon

Humboldt – July 4th, Parade at 9am starting at Kinnickinnic Ave. and E. Linus St., followed by fireworks at 9:15pm at Humboldt Park

Jackson – July 4th, Parade at 8:30am starting at Loyola Family Center and St. Gregory the Great School, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm

Lake  – July 4th, Parade at 9am starting at Hartford Ave. School and Maryland Ave, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm at the lake

Lincoln – July 4th, fireworks at 9:15pm                   

Mitchell – July 4th, Parade at 9am, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm

Noyes – July 4th, Parade at 9am, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm

Washington – July 4th, fireworks at 9:15pm                        

Wilson – July 4th, Parade at 9am starting at Harris Bank parking lot, 3131 S. 13th St. and Wilson Park Recreation, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm              

Oak Creek – July 4th, Parade at 9am starting at Groveland Drive and Shepard Ave., followed by fireworks at dusk at East Middle School

Shorewood – July 4th, Parade at 3pm along N. Oakland Ave. from Kensington Blvd., followed by fireworks at 9:30pm at Atwater Park

South Milwaukee –July 4th,  Parade at 10am, followed by fireworks at 9:30pm at Grant Park

St. Francis – July 4th, Parade at 10am at Lipton and Howard Avenues, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm at Milt Vretenar Municipal Park

Wauwatosa – July 4th, Parade at 9am along W. North Ave from 80th to 104th, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm at Hart Park

West Allis –Parade July 2nd at 7pm at State Fair Park to Veterans’ Memorial Park. Fireworks are on the 4th at 9:30pm at State Fair Park Grandstand

Whitefish Bay – July 4th, Parade at 11:30am starting at N. Kent Ave. and W. Silver Spring Drive, ending at Klode Park, followed by fireworks at 9:30pm at Klode Park

Ozaukee County                                       

Belgium – Fireworks June 26th at 9:45pm at Heritage Park

Cedarburg – July 4th, Parade at 10am, followed by fireworks at 9:30pm at Cedar Creek Park

Grafton – July 2nd, Parade 11am starting at Grafton High School, followed by fireworks at dusk at Centennial Park

Mequon/Thiensville – June 25th, Parade June 25th 10:30am, followed by fireworks at dusk at Thiensville Village Park

Port Washington – July 4th, Parade at 11am, followed by fireworks at dusk at the Lakefront

Saukville – July 4th, Parade at 1pm, followed by fireworks at dusk at Peninsula Park

Washington County                                            

Germantown – July 4th, Parade at noon, followed by fireworks at dusk at Firemen’s Park

Hartford – July 4th, Parade at 2pm, followed by fireworks at dusk by Veteran’s Park

Kewaskum – July 3rd, fireworks at dusk at River Hill Park

West Bend – July 4th, Parade at 9:30am followed by fireworks at dusk at Riverside Park

Waukesha County                                    

Brookfield – July 4th, Parade at 10am, followed by fireworks at 9:15pm at Mitchell Park

Butler – July 4th, Parade at 2pm, followed by fireworks at 9:30pm at Frontier Park

Delafield – July 3rd, Parade at 10am, followed by fireworks at dusk at Nagawicka Lake

Elm Grove – July 4th, followed by fireworks at 9:30pm at Village Park

Menomonee Falls – July 3rd, parade at 7:00pm starting at Appleton Avenue at Elm Lane, ending at Titan Drive, followed by fireworks at dusk at Menomonee Falls High School                                                  

Muskego – July 3rd, fireworks at dusk at Idle Isle Park

New Berlin 4th of July Family Festival – July 3rd, Parade at 1pm, followed by fireworks at 10:00pm at Malone Park

Oconomowoc – July 4th, Parade at 4pm, followed by fireworks at 9:00pm at Fowler Park

Pewaukee – July 4th, Parade at 3pm, followed by fireworks at dusk at Pewaukee Lake

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