The 4th of July is just a few weeks away. COVID-19 has left many people wondering where, if at all, they'll be able to enjoy their annual fireworks tradition. Several area displays have announced cancellations amid the pandemic. But, there are still a few fireworks displays that'll be moving forward as planned. It might be worth a mini road to check out some awesome 2020 fireworks.

The fireworks display known as "Star Storm 2020" will start at 10 p.m. at Arrowwood Resort & Conference Center. It's located at 2100 Arrowwood Ln, Alexandria, MN.

Their annual celebration has been cancelled this year. 

They'll be moving forward with their 76th Annual Water 'Quarnival' July 1-5. You'll be able to catch the fireworks at 10 p.m. in the Sanford Center Parking Lot, 1111 Event Center Drive NE.

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Minneapolis

Their Red White and Boom fireworks event has been cancelled. 

Prinsburg is holding their annual fireworks display as planned.

Their 4th of July display will begin as planned at 10 p.m. at Watzl's Beach/Lakefront Park at 15629 Red Oaks Road Southeast in Prior Lake.

St. Cloud will be holding a 4th of July fireworks display this year, but with a twist. It won't be held at their normal location. Instead, they're asking residents to watch from their homes. They'll announce which direction to look at in the sky prior to the show. The display will be a lot shorter than normal.

St. Joseph

The annual fireworks display held on July 3rd in St. Joseph has been canceled this year. 

Some of Spicer's annual 4th of July festivities have been canceled, but the fireworks display will still happen. Fireworks start at 10 p.m. at Saulsbury Beach on Green Lake. 

Do you know of a 4th of July fireworks display that's not on our list? Comment the details below. Make sure to keep checking back as we'll continuously add events as we hear about them.

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