The Northland is ready to celebrate the birthday of America with a number of community festivals and fireworks displays commemorating the holiday. One of the biggest attractions for many of these festivals and celebrations is the fireworks display. So, when and where are these fireworks shows?
If you caught a glimpse of the Aerial Lift Bridge last Independence Day, you undoubtedly noticed the awesome patriotic lighting through the night. The folks behind the special lighting last year announced they will be doing it again this year.
The Aerial Lift Bridge, one of Duluth's most iconic landmarks, went red, white, and blue for Independence Day; marking the latest instance in a series of different occasions the bridge has been bathed in light of different colors in recent years to commemorate different causes.
Fireworks lit the skies over the Twin Ports for 4th of July celebrations, but the Duluth Lift Bridge and Enger Tower offered patriotic light shows of their own. Red, white, and blue lights chased around Enger Tower Friday night, offering a cool and festive spectacle on the Duluth skyline.
Maybe you live someplace where fireworks are illegal. Maybe secretly every time you hear some go off you are momentarily terrified that somebody on a neighboring block has just been shot to death. Maybe both (Brooklyn, rep!).
I would recommend not trying any of these insane stunts at home during the 4th of July, but if you decide not to heed my advice, please make sure you're capturing video of the explosive event at least! From a world record to a neighborhood record, these pyromaniacs firmly believe in &q…