(Michigan City, IN) - The July 4 fireworks show in Michigan City is back after cancelled last year by COVID-19.
According to the mayor’s office, parking is available at Washington Park on a first come first served basis. People can also park along the streets in the downtown area.
Mayor Duane Parry said the fireworks show presents another opportunity for the public to gather following the Summer Parade last week. “Now we can come together again and celebrate Independence Day with our spectacular fireworks show at your beautiful lakefront,” he said.
Parking at Washington Park is free with a park sticker.