The City of Kenosha gets in the festive spirit in a big way to celebrate Independence Day! Three events are on tap across four days: Kenosha Civic Veterans Parade, Celebrate America, and Let Freedom Sing. The fireworks will be on the Fourth of July. Everyone’s invited to the outdoor lakefront party!

Celebrate America - carnival and streetcarCelebrate America: July 1-4

The carnival kicks things off on July 1 and continues through July 4. Music and entertainment on multiple stages happens July 2 through July 4. The fireworks display takes place on the Fourth of July. Many people arrive early and spend the day at the lakefront. Fireworks, a carnival, live music, and dogs jumping into a large pool to retrieve a toy – along with food and beverages to enjoy. What a way to spend the day!

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Along Kenosha’s harbor
July 1-4, 2022
Admission is FREE! Food and beverages are available for purchase. Carnival has fees.

Kenosha Civic Veterans ParadeKenosha Civic Veterans Parade: July 3

The July 3rd Kenosha Civic Veterans Parade presented by Snap-on will step off at 1 p.m. with the theme “America the Beautiful.” Highlights of the parade include the Navy Band Great Lakes and the crowd favorite Jesse White Tumbling Team from Chicago. There are several local bands and 11 floats participating. All ages are welcome to participate in a community bike ride as part of the parade!

See the lineup, route, and other details HERE>

Downtown Kenosha
July 3, 2022 at 1:00 PM
FREE to Watch!

Bandshell at NightLet Freedom Sing: July 4

In a setting that’s a bit quieter than the Celebrate America festival – but still with a view of the fireworks – check out this event. The Kenosha Pops will perform a medley of patriotic favorites. Yesterday’s Children will follow them with a concert of their own.

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Sesquicentennial Bandshell at Pennoyer Park
July 4, 2022 Starting at 4:00 PM
Admission is FREE!

Find more events to enjoy over the long holiday weekend on the Visit Kenosha Events Calendar HERE>

Two Places to Pause and Reflect During the Festivities