Celebrate independence day in an all-american historic river town! The City of Stillwater puts on a huge fireworks display over the St. Croix river offering views from anywhere downtown and live music in Lowell Park and Pioneer Park. Make a weekend out of it and stay overnight! During the day…shop Main Street, take a cruise on the river, ride the historic Trolley, eat ice cream or relax in one of our many parks. Stillwater has great viewing sites for the fireworks. Try Lowell Park/riverfront, Pioneer Park/bluff, or settle in while enjoying food and beverages on one of our many outdoor dining decks.
Event Line up:
3 pm – 10:30 pm Civil War Cannons from Battery I, 1st US Artillery
Mulberry Point in Lowell Park (201 Water St)
6:30 pm – 9:45 pm Scott Holt Band (blues and rock) and
Heartless (a Heart tribute rock band)
Lowell Park Amphitheater
7 pm – 9 pm St. Croix Jazz Orchestra
Pioneer Park Bandshell (515 N. 2rd St)
Dusk (approx 10 pm) Fireworks by RES Specialty Pyrotechnics
Over the St. Croix River and Historic Lift Bridge
(Fireworks Rain Date is July 5, 2019)
Fireworks are provided by generous donations from: the Margaret Rivers Foundation, the Sabes Family Foundation and Water Street Inn.
Designated viewing area is available for Veterans at the Pedestrian Plaza in Lowell Park. View/Download parking lot details for the day.
No stopping or parking on the St. Croix Crossing bridge.
Stopping to let off passengers or parking on the new St. Croix Crossing bridge is prohibited. Law enforcement officers from both Minnesota and Wisconsin will be present during July 4 activities to keep traffic flowing across the new bridge and on Minnesota Hwy 36, Hwy 95 and Wisconsin Hwy 64.
Maps of available parking and loop trail access in both states can be found on the Wisconsin project website on the “Full Overview” page, www.projects.511wi.gov/stcroixcrossing/full-project-overview/.
And please remember, stay out of any construction zones in either state.
Construction of the loop trail system in Wisconsin continues. The public is prohibited from entering these construction areas due to construction vehicles, uneven terrain, excavation and other unsafe conditions that pose a risk to anyone who does not belong in the work area.
In addition, those who are not working in the project area could be cited for trespassing. Your cooperation is appreciated to keep everyone safe during construction in both states.