Where to find fireworks in Green Lake Wisconsin 2020

Looking for fireworks in the Green Lake, Wisconsin area this year? Check out the list of spots offering them around the Green Lake area to find the perfect place to enjoy the show this season:

Green Lake

Green Lake will hold their annual 4th of July fireworks celebration close to Deacon Mills Park, following guidance from the Green Lake County Health Department on Saturday, July 4, 2020. The community events during the day include Shoreline’s boat parade happening at 1:00pm, a community parade beginning at 4:00pm (south street – mill street – lake street) and live entertainment by Dan Braaskma from 5:30-8:30pm. The fireworks kick off at dusk and are lit just south of Dartford Bay near Hattie Sherwood Park.  The public is invited to view the display from their car, or grassy area (while social distancing). Read More


The City of Ripon will hold its Independence Day Fireworks at dusk on Saturday, July 4th, 2020. The fireworks will be launched from Murray Park located on Ripon’s north side off of Sunset Avenue. Read More


July 4th Celebration will go on as planned in Marquette, including the 14th annual Horse Pull event for 2020. Event will take place at Marquette Village Hall. Line up of events include: Parade through the village at 11:00am (line up at the corner of Charlevoix St and Front St), Food stand opens under the pavilion at the Village hall, food served from 12:30pm until gone, Horse pulls begin in the field east of the Village Hall at 12:30om, FREE pony rides for the kids, Raffle drawing after the pull from 4:30-5:00pm, and Spectacular FIREWORKS at dusk! Bring your family, bring your friends and enjoy the BEST show around. Popcorn and beverage sales available before the show. We’ll be practicing social guidelines the best we can. We ask that you please respect the different opinions/decisions others make. This is an event for everyone to enjoy! Read More


The City of Berlin will hold it’s annual fireworks display on Friday, June 3, 2020. All other Independence Day Celebration activities including food, music and family fun have been cancelled for this year. The fireworks display will STILL start at dusk and can be watched in the comfort of your car or in the grassy area (social distancing) through Riverside Park.


The City of Princeton have cancelled their Independence Day Celebration for 2020, which would have happened on Saturday, June 27th at Princeton City Park.




Each year, the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors the 4th of July festivities for the Green Lake community. The Chamber is solely responsible for raising funds for everything for this event from children’s entertainment, food, musical entertainment and parade acts to keep the annual parade fresh and exciting, to the spectacular fireworks show that closes out the magical night. The fireworks’ show alone costs $10,000, easily making it the most important part of our fundraising efforts for this event. Please visit the Diamonds in the Dark-4th of July Celebration link below to donate toward keeping this event going strong!