The Quad Cities and surrounding area are getting ready to celebrate America's 246th birthday! With the celebration of our nation's birth comes many fireworks shows for people of all ages to enjoy. To make sure you don't miss out on fireworks this year, we've created a full list of firework shows in the Quad Cities and in towns and cities throughout the surrounding area.

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Welcome to your 2022 guide for firework shows in the Quad Cities and surrounding area to celebrate the 4th of July! This list is here to help you find firework shows in our communities so you don't miss out on celebrating Independence Day with incredible firework displays.

The 4th of July falls on a Monday this year, which means firework shows on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.

This is a growing list so if you know of a firework show happening 4th of July weekend that is open to the public, let us know about it! Send an email now by clicking here and make sure to include all of the details.

Check out the full list of firework displays in and around the QCA below:


Bettendorf will conclude it's 4th of July celebrations with fireworks at Middle Park.

  • Date: Monday, July 4th, 2022
  • Time: Fireworks will go off at dusk
  • Location: Middle Park (2220 23rd St, Bettendorf)
  • Rain Date: Saturday, July 9, 2022

More details about the 4th of July festivities in Bettendorf can be found here.


There are two public firework shows in Burlington. One will be after the Burlington Bees' game on Sunday and the other will be at Burlington Golf Club on the 4th of July.

  • Date: Monday, July 4th, 2022
  • Time: Fireworks will go off at dusk
  • Location: Burlington Golf Club (2124 Sunnyside Ave, Burlington)
  • Food and drinks available for purchase
  • Open to the public


Fireworks in Clinton can be seen following the Clinton Lumberkings game at NelsonCorp Field. The Lumberkings will play the Burlington Bees.

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Dixon, IA

Dixon, IA will be shooting off fireworks on Saturday, July 2nd.

  • Date: Saturday, July 2, 2022
  • Time: Fireworks will go off at dusk
  • Location: Dixon Memorial Park (5520 298th St, Dixon, IA)

East Moline

East Moline will have Fireworks on the Riverfront on Sunday, July 3rd with fun activities leading up to the fireworks show. The Firecracker Run is on Monday, July 4th, 2022.

You can find more details about 4th of July activities in East Moline here.


The City of Geneso once again presents the Thrill on the Hill Fireworks Show.

More information about Geneseo's firework show can be found here.

Grand Mound

The town of Grand Mound puts on a massive fireworks show. This year won't be any different.

  • Date: Monday, July 4th, 2022
  • Time: Fireworks will go off at dusk
  • Location: Grand Mound Ball Park (300 East St, Grand Mound)

More information about Grand Mound's firework show can be found here.


The City of Musctine has a lot going on to celebrate Independence Day including fireworks to end the festivities.

  • Date: Monday, July 4th, 2022
  • Time: 
  • Location: Muscatine Riverfront (Harbor Dr, Muscatine)
  • Fireworks shot over the Mississippi River

More info about Muscatine's fireworks show and festivities can be found here.


Prophetstown is also known for a great firework show. They have other festivities 4th of July weekend leading up to fireworks on Sunday.

  • Date: Sunday, July 3rd, 2022
  • Time: Fireworks will go off at dusk
  • Location: Prophetstown State Park (Park Ave, Prophetstown)

You can find more information about Prophetstown's Independence Day festivities here.

Red, White, and Boom!

The biggest firework show in the Quad Cities is something we all look forward to every year! Red, White, & Boom! will take place on Sunday, July 3rd this year. Many activities in both Davenport and Rock Island will take place before fireworks get shot off from two barges on the Mississippi River.

To find out everything going on during Red, White, & Boom! on both sides of the river can be found here.


Sperry, IA is home to another massive fireworks show. It takes place at the Myers Tree Farm and they will have food, a ferris wheel, face paint, and more.

  • Date: Saturday, July 2nd, 2022
  • Time: Fireworks will go off at dusk
  • Location: Myers Tree Farm (18876 111th Ave, Sperry)

You can find more information about Sperry's fireworks show here.

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West Burlington

West Burlington will be putting on its 4th of July firework show on Independence Day this year. They have a bunch of events leading up to the areas popular firework show.

  • Date: Monday, July 4th, 2022
  • Time: Fireworks will go off at 10:01 p.m.
  • Location: Burlington Northern Shop (Mt Pleasant St, West Burlington)
  • Fireworks can be seen from downtown West Burlington

See what's happening before the fireworks go off in downtown West Burlington here.

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