Fireworks are a Fourth of July must, but busy parks can make the night a bust.

Don’t let the stress of pulling up to a full parking lot or no room to set up your lawn chairs get in the way of your holiday! We’ve compiled a list of where the best fireworks around the Twin Cities will be launched from as well as their known start-times so you can have a backup plan in place! Don’t forget your picnic blanket, bug spray, some snacks, and your Oooos and Ahhhhs!

Minneapolis – Water Power Park @ 10pm
Where to watch: Stone Arch Bridge, Gold Medal Park, Guthrie Endless Bridge.

Richfield – Veterans Memorial Park @ 10pm

St. Louis Park – Aquila Park @10pm

Delano – North River Street @ 10pm

Eden Prairie – Round Lake Park @ 10pm

Apply Valley – Johnny Cake Ridge Park East @ 10pm

Eagan – Eagan Community Center festival grounds @ 10pm

Lakeville – Lakeville North High School

Northfield – Northfield Middle School

Canterbury Park

Stillwater – Lowell Park & Pioneer Park

Blaine – National Sports Center @ 10pm

Coon Rapids – Boulevard Plaza @ 10pm

Anoka – Castle Field @ 10pm

For more information on 4th of July festivities in the Twin Cities, click here.

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