Don't miss the best fireworks display in the Quad-Cities, right over the Mississippi River, with great music provided by Classic Rock 97X.

This year, Red White & Boom with music provided by 97X will begin at 9:30pm on July 3rd.

You can view the fireworks from multiple places along the river, including Modern Woodmen Park after the River Bandits take on the Peoria Chiefs.

Red White & Boom features live performances, activities for kids, food, drinks, and more.

In Davenport on the riverfront at LeClaire Park:

Identity Crisis will take the LeClaire Bandshell stage at 6pm.

The Kids Zone will be open from 6pm-9:30pm and will have a lot to offer:

  • Magician David Casas (15-minute shows at 6pm, 7pm, 8pm)
  • Bounce houses
  • NASCAR Simulator
  • Yard Games
  • Misting Station

Food trucks will be on Beiderbecke from 6pm-9pm.

Free parking will be available from 5-11pm at the Redstone Ramp, Harrison Street Parking Ramp, River Center Parking Ramp.

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In Rock Island on the riverfront at Schwiebert Riverfront Park:

Gates open at 5pm with live music from DJ Jeff James (5-6:30pm), and Class of '82, will take the stage at 6:30pm.

For the kids, face painting and glow merchandise will be available.

A beer garden from Bent River Brewing Co. will be open as well as multiple local food vendors.

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