Minneapolis 4th of July Guide

Wondering what's happening in Minneapolis this Independence Day? Check out how you can still celebrate the 4th of July, even if it's from home.

Due to COVID-19, the Minneapolis Red, White And Boom 4th of July fireworks Event has been cancelled this year. For more information, visit the Minneapolis Parks & Recreation Board website.

2020 4th of July Events In Minneapolis

Red, White & Boom Run

With the Red, White & Boom race going virtual this year, celebrations will look a little different. With fun gear and participant gift, you can build your own unique race day experience right at home. There will also be fun social media challenges to take part in, as well as activities with the race's partner, Summit Brewing Company to look forward to.

Tangletown Fourth of July Celebration

The annual tradition of the Tangletown 4th of July parade and celebration will be put on hold this year and focus on creating a neighborhood celebration. Residents will be encouraged to decorate their homes, sidewalks and yards, while neighbors and visitors can walk the streets and enjoy the decorations. There will even be a neighborhood scavenger hunt you can complete along the way!

Blue Barn Pop-Up

The Minnesota State Fair may not be happening this year, but you won't have to miss out on the best menu items from the Blue Barn. On July 4th, they'll be bringing the favorites, like Chicken in the Waffle Cone, Nashville Hot Chicken On A Stick & Pop Rocks French Toast to Blue Plate restaurants around the Twins Cities, including: The Lowry, The Freehouse, Edina Grill, Longfellow Grill, The Official Groveland Tap Page, 3 Squares Restaurant, Highland Grill.

Fourth of July Free First Saturday At Home

Art and artists play a meaningful role in bringing people together, building community, and healing. Join us virtually this July 4 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. to explore how artists use movement and music to express themselves.

Free First Saturday at Home features free performances, games, art-making, and kids’ films on the first weekend of every month. Most activities will remain on the website after July 4, so families can return to continue making art.

Continue to check back for more 4th of July 2020 events as the holiday draws closer!