Music by Yesterday's Children 1-4 p.m. Carnival games for children; raffles; community business booths and more.
Free refreshments from Texas Roadhouse and Culver's beginning at 12 noon.
Free admission. Some fees apply.
CYO band performs beginning at 9:30 a.m. Mass begins at 10 a.m. The public is welcome to attend.EVENT CATEGORY: Public Events
Marching bands, floats, local dignitaries and more kick off the Independence Day celebration with the Kenosha Civic Veterans Parade presented by Snap-on. More than 10,000 spectators line the two-mile route, which begins at 22nd Avenue and 63rd Street in the Uptown district.
Parade route map
Staging area map
Disbanding area map
EVENT CATEGORY: Public Events
The Mad Bomber pyrotechnics company promises another spectacular show on July 4 as the Festival Foods Fireworks light up the sky over the lakefront. Plan to arrive early in the day to stake out a premium spot with your blanket or lawn chairs. Fireworks are staged at Celebration Place east of the public museums on First Avenue. Pack a picnic or choose from a selection of hot, fresh food from local vendors. Admission is FREE.EVENT CATEGORY: Public Events
Source 1 DJs get the music started, with a limbo contest, hula-hooping and family-friendly music. The Oscillators take the stage from 7-9 p.m. with a peformance of progressive and alternative folk, lots of harmony and event a dose of hip-hop. The Festival Foods Fireworks at 9:30 p.m. highlight the evening's entertainment. Kenosha News joins Kenosha County and the City of Kenosha in providing major support to present the perfomrances at the bandshell.
This free concert series takes place every Tuesday night through the end of August at the Pennoyer Park Bandshell, and is presented by Musicians Assisting Advancing Music, the City of Kenosha, Happenings Magazine, and more sponsors.
The music covers a wide variety of genres, and includes both orginal music and cover songs.
The performance for this week is rock band Dropping Daisies.EVENT CATEGORY: Public Events
The Lincoln Park Live Music Series presents free concerts at 6:30 p.m. on select Wednesdays in June, July and August at the Lincoln Park Flower Gardens. The King Solomon Reggae Band has toured regionally for 20 years, opening for acts including Ziggy Marley, Stephen Marley, Damian Marley, Steel Pulse and more. The band won the 2017 Wisconsin Area Music Award for best World/Reggae/Ska artist.
Food and beverages are available for purchase.EVENT CATEGORY: Public Events
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and prepare for a musical treat, with selections ranging from Broadway show tunes to popular hits. Admission to the concerts at Pennoyer Park Bandshell is FREE.EVENT CATEGORY: Public Events