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2018 Independence Day fireworks displays around West Michigan

MICHIGAN — Fourth of July falls in middle of the week this year, so there’s plenty of chances to check out a show or two all week long.

Most of the information is compiled from MichiganFireworks.com . Some locations may have multiple shows on different dates,  so you may want to check with your municipality before heading out.

Reminder – Grand Rapids is having their big fireworks show on Saturday, July 7 this year.

If you have an discrepancies with this list or wish to add to to the viewing locations, send them to news@fox17online.com.

All shows are scheduled at dusk.

 

Monday, July 2

Hart – John Gurney Park

Tuesday, July 3

Allegan

Ionia Fairgrounds

Manistee – First Street Beach

Pentwater – Charles Mears State Park

South Haven – South Pier over Lake Michigan

Union City – Union City High School Alumni Field

Wednesday, July 4

Battle Creek – WK Kellogg Field Airport

Cascade Township – Ada Christian School

East Grand Rapids – Reeds Lake

Grand Haven – Waterfront Stadium

Grandville – Grandville Middle School area

Kentwood – Crestwood Middle School

Mount Pleasant – Soaring Eagle Casino Fireworks

Sand Lake

Ludington – Stearns Park

Mackinaw City – Mackinaw Bay Beach

Mears – Silver Beach

Muskegon – Over Heritage Landing

St. Joseph – Silver Beach County Park

St. Johns – City Park

Hopkins – Gun Lake Casino Fireworks

Whitehall/Montague – Over White Lake

Thursday, July 5

Bay City – Wenonah Park

Friday, July 6

Bay City – Wenonah Park

Mackinaw City – Mackinaw Bay Beach

Saturday, July 7

Bay City –  Wenonah Park

Cass City – Cass City Park

Cassopolis – Diamond Lake

Coldwater – Coldwater Lake ‘

Grand Rapids – Ah-Nab-Awen Park

Marne – Berlin Raceway

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