Red, White, & Boom! is tonight and everyone is excited for the biggest fireworks show in the Quad Cities area. The fireworks get shot off from a couple of barges on the Mississippi River, just north (or east) of the Centennial Bridge.

If you plan on heading down to Rock Island or Davenport tonight to watch this year's show, you probably want all the details on where you can watch them and where to park so you don't get towed/have to pay.

LeClaire Park in Davenport and Schwiebert Park in Rock Island are the two primary viewing locations. But parking, that's where we're here to really help you navigate others trying to watch.

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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 Monday, 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.

Parking In Davenport

The City of Davenport has released all of the details about parking and navigating traffic during tonight's event on the Iowa side of the Mississippi. Check out the social media posts below:

Have fun and be safe tonight, Quad Cities!

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