Duluth happenings this Fourth of July weekendIt’s less than a week before the beloved Fourth of July weekend and you have no plans in mind. Don’t worry any longer, because the Budgeteer has got you covered.
By: Sarah Alabsi, Duluth Budgeteer News
It’s less than a week before the beloved Fourth of July weekend and you have no plans in mind. Don’t worry any longer, because the Budgeteer has got you covered. The following are activities in the Duluth area for July 4 through July 6.
Thursday — Independence Day
The Mighty Thomas Carnival, starting 2 p.m. Come enjoy a traditional night at the carnival. Play amusing games, explore exhilarating rides and eat delicious food
2-11 p.m. Come to the DECC parking lot for the fun. Prices vary.
Fourth Fest, starting 4:30 p.m. Visit this event at Bayfront Festival Park for some jamming music and spectacular fireworks. Circuit Breakers, Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank, Big Wave Dave & the Ripples and The Voice’s Nicholas David will be performing. Stick around for the fireworks at 10:10. This event is free. Two Port Town Trolleys will provide service to Bayfront Festival Park from 12:15 to p.m., circulating every 15 minutes, with stops in downtown Duluth, Canal Park and the Bayfront Festival Park. The trolley fare is
50 cents per passenger, while children under the age of four ride free. Unlimited-ride day passes are available for $4.
Duluth Huskies vs. St. Cloud Rox, 5:05 p.m. Watch Duluth’s Northern League Baseball team play at Wade Stadium. Stay late enough to enjoy the fireworks on the waterfront. Tickets start at $7; children 5 and under, free.
Fourth of July Party, 10 p.m. After the performances at Bayfront, stop at the Rex Bar for more music and fun. Prices vary. 21+
Friday Night Fish Fry, 4 p.m. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat fish fry at the Breeze Inn. Cost: $8.95..
The Comic Edge, 9:30 p.m. Want to have a good laugh Friday night? Come to the Dubh Linn Irish Brew Pub for a hilarious open mic comedy showcase. Audience members vote for the funniest comedy act at the end of the show. This event is free.
Twin Ports Bridge Festival, starting 9 a.m. This is a great all-day event whether you’re “flying solo” or visiting with your family. This not-for-profit festival features live music from bands such as Cloud Cult, as well as vendors, booths and games of all kinds. Come see the diversity that the Twin Ports has to offer. $35 for all-day adult passes, $10 for children. $70 for family four-pack.
Duluth Huskies vs. Alexandria Blue Anchors, 6:35 p.m. Watch Duluth’s very own baseball team play at the Historic Wade Stadium. Tickets start at $7; children 5 and under, free.