Celebrate with a Bang: The 3 best Fourth of July Fireworks Shows Near The Clayson Apartments

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The breeze falls cool on your skin as blankets are laid, and coolers and baskets are packed with summer fruit and local food. 

Drinks drip with ice cold water as they are pulled from iced coolers while beverages pour in the beer garden. Kids and adults alike explore the rides, games, dunk tanks, and booths as laughter bounces through the surrounding community and kids dance and play. Suddenly…

Boom! Bang!

The dark night sky explodes into various colors over the lake, and glimmering with hues of red, blue, and yellow, sparks fly. 

Everyone turns in wonder as audible gasps from the crowd resound and rockets whir and whistle, fizzle and pop, creating a vibrant scene of brilliant light against the skyline.

One of the biggest celebrations of the year is taking place -

Fourth of July Fireworks!

All of us at The Clayson want to bring our residents and community the most beautiful fireworks displays near Palatine, Illinois, ensuring you have a blast this Fourth of July.

Several links are provided below, so unwrap that big blanket and grab your spot for the best fireworks displays this area has to offer:

  1. Fireworks and Fun July 2nd and 3rd in Barrington

The  celebrations in northwest suburban Barrington begin July 2nd with a concert in the Metra station parking lot (198 Park Ave). Then on July 3rd, the downtown parade begins at 10am with fireworks the evening of July 3rd at Barrington High School.

  1. Mount Prospect Carnival and Fireworks

Mount Prospect’s Melas Park has told us the 4th of July Festival is happening again, with a carnival running June 30th through July 4th. An abundance of live music, food, drinks, and games are sure to entertain, so check it out this Independence Day weekend. A schedule is still in the works, so check the above link for more information. 

  1.  Palatine will NOT have fireworks, but still have the festival

While the Palatine Jaycees Hometown Fest will be scaled back this year, and the fireworks are canceled, the organization announced other activities for the Fest and Carnival will still take place July 1-5 in Community Park (250 E. Wood St.). This includes live music, carnival, vendors, food, and drinks.

For an ongoing list of further Fourth of July shows and events in the Chicago area, check out the Chicago Tribune’s article on where to see fireworks here.

Leave us a comment if you have any questions or know of other shows in the area!

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