Fourth of July Events in Wisconsin

From firework extravaganzas to local festivals, Wisconsin is red, white and booming with fun for the Fourth of July. The following are five can’t-miss events to help you celebrate Independence Day. 

Independence Day Luau 


Lake Lawn Resort in Delavan is inviting hotel guests and locals alike to its Independence Day Luau on July 3. The feast will feature an all-you-can-eat buffet with roasted pig, grilled hot dogs, burgers, pineapple upside-down cake and more Hawaiian-inspired bites. In addition to the fare, guests can enjoy lawn games and live music. Tickets start at $20 per person. To learn more about the Independence Day Luau, visit lakelawnresort.com.

Festival Foods Fire Over the Fox

Green Bay

Festival Foods Fire Over the Fox has returned for 2022 with bouncy castles, food trucks, live music across a multitude of stages, family-friendly fun and a stunning firework show at dusk. The event will take place in Downtown Green Bay, and admission is free. To learn more about Festival Foods Fire Over the Fox, visit downtowngreenbay.com

Riverfront Rendezvous Festival

Stevens Point

From July 1 to July 3, the Riverfront Rendezvous Festival will be in full swing with a lineup of live music performances, bouncy castles, interactive games, food, libations, fishing contests, raffle prizes and much more fun for everyone in the family in honor of Independence Day. The event is free and open to the public. To learn more about the Riverfront Rendezvous Festival, visit stevenspoint.com

Wisconsin Dells

Fourth of July Celebration

Wisconsin Dells

Join Wisconsin Dells in its Fourth of July Celebration. The event kicks off at 4 p.m. with live music, kid-friendly arts and crafts, tractor pulling, mechanical bull rides, face painting, food and more leading up to the stunning firework show at dusk. The event is free. To learn more about the Fourth of July Celebration, visit wisdells.com.

Milwaukee’s Lakefront Firework Show

Downtown Milwaukee

Milwaukee’s Lakefront Firework Show, a 45-minute firework extravaganza, has returned to Veteran’s Park in Downtown Milwaukee. The firework display is one of the longest in the city and will begin at 9:30 p.m. over the lake. The event is free and will take place on July 3. To learn more about Milwaukee’s Lakefront Firework Show, visit milwaukeefireworks.org.

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