Did you miss out on the Fourth of July fireworks? Don’t worry, because the celebration isn’t over yet!

Due to heavy rain in some areas on Independence Day, several cities in Minnesota have rescheduled their fireworks displays to Friday, July 5th. This means you get a second chance to watch the sky light up and keep the freedom celebrations going!

Below are 13 cities in Minnesota where you can watch fireworks on Friday, July 5th.  Grab a blanket, pack some snacks, and get there early, the best viewing spots usually fill up first!

Most fireworks displays begin at dusk.

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Alexandria - Starstorm

Location: Arrowhead Resort and Conference Center

Apple Valley

Location: Johnny Cake Ridge Park


Location: Ward and Sylvania Pakrs


Location: Rice County Fairgrounds

Lake City

Location: Marina of Lake Pepin


Location: Century Middle School


Location: Minnesota State University Athletic Field

Mendota Heights

Visible From: Mendota Park, Rogers Lake Park, Mendota Plaza, The Village of Mendota Heights, City Hall, Two Rivers High School


Location: Northfield Middle School


Location: Osakis Country Club

Prior Lake at Mystic Casino Hotel

Free Outdoor Concert by Sister Hazel and Fastball
Location: 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd, Prior Lake, MN


Location: Soldier's Field Memorial Park

White Bear Lake

Location: West Park and Memorial Beach

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