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21 Epic Fireworks Shows In Indiana That Will Blow You Away This Year

Who doesn’t enjoy going to a good firework show? During the month of July, some of the legal restrictions on fireworks are lifted, so you really enjoy them. Here are 21 different shows happening all around the state for you to consider checking out!

1. Regions Bank Freedom Blast

Starts on July 4 at 9:45, in Indianapolis on top of the Regions Bank Tower. Fireworks can be seen within a 10 mile radius of the building.

2. Blast On The Bridge

From 5PM to 11PM on July 4th, the Fall Creek Road bridge will be closed to any car traffic. This is because the Geist Reservoir Bridge is the official host of a huge firework show in Fishers, Indiana. The fireworks are free to watch, but there may be some other activities you have to pay to enjoy.

3. Indianapolis Motor Speedway Fireworks (and Rolling Stones)

The tickets to get into this event range from $60 to $400, but you get to listen to the Rolling Stones perform and enjoy fireworks at the Motor Speedway after the sun goes down. The huge fireworks display will start at 11:30PM.

4. Cedar Lake Summerfest

On July 2nd and 3rd at 9:30PM you can enjoy a firework display at the Cedar Lake Town Complex. The fireworks are always free to enjoy, but there will be other activities you can pay a small fee to enjoy as well. Parking to enjoy the event costs $5.

5. Hidden Lake Park Independence Day Celebration

This 4th of July celebration starts at Hidden Lake Park on July 3rd at 9:00PM in Merrillville, Indiana.

6. Munster Independence Day

Head over to Centennial Park in Munster, Indiana on July 3rd at 9:00PM to enjoy a killer fireworks show.

7. Whiting July 4th Fireworks

Fireworks start at Whiting Park on July 3rd at 10:00PM

8. Schererville Independence Day Fireworks

Fireworks start at Rohrman Park in Schererville, Indiana on July 3rd when the sun goes down.

9. East Chicago (Indiana) Fireworks

On July 3rd when the sun goes down you can enjoy a firework show in East Chicago, Indiana on the boardwalk of the East Chicago Marina.

10. Highland 4th of July Fireworks

This fireworks display takes place at Homestead Park on July 4th at 9PM.

11. Crown Point Parade and Fireworks

This fireworks display starts at 9:30PM on July 4th at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Crown Point.

12. Hammond 4th of July at Wolf Lake Pavilion

Wolf Lake Pavilion is hosting a beautiful fireworks display on July 4th. It will begin when the sun goes down.

13. Hobart Parade and Fireworks

The Festival Park in Hobart, Indiana is hosting a fireworks show at dusk on July 4th.

14. Lake Station Fireworks

On July 4th when the sun goes down fireworks will start going off at the Riverview Park.

15. Market City Flea Market Fireworks

Head over to the Market City Shopping Centre in Gary, Indiana on July 4th when the sun goes down for an awesome fireworks show!

16. North Liberty Fourth of July Fireworks

An awesome fireworks show is schedule to start at the Town Park in North Liberty, Indiana on July 4th.

17. Mishawaka Fireworks

You can view an awesome fireworks show at Robert C Beutter Park after the sun goes down on July 4th in Mishawaka, Indiana.

18. Lakeville Fourth of July Fireworks

An incredible fireworks show will start in Newton Park in Lakeville, Indiana when the sun goes down on July 4th.

19. Walkerton July 4

At 10:00PM on July 4th, John Glenn High School in Walkerton, Indiana will be hosting a fireworks display as well.

20. Noblesville Fourth of July Festival

If you live in or near Noblesville, Indiana there is a fireworks show that will start on July 4th at 10:00PM on the Noblesville High School grounds.

21. Lights Over Morse Lake

This beautiful fireworks display takes place near the Red Bridge in Cicero, Indiana. You can view these fireworks from miles away.

Where do you plan to go to enjoy fireworks this year? Share it with us in the comments! Don’t forget to share this post with your friends, so they can plan their 4th of July celebration as well!

Trisha Faulkner
Trisha Faulkner is a stay-at-home and work-at-home Hoosier momma. She is a huge advocate of Autism awareness, and loves her beautiful boy more than life itself. She is a native Indiana writer who types her best pieces for Only In Your State between 2-4AM when her toddler finally falls over asleep.