The city of Quincy announced the list of fireworks displays for the 4th of July weekend, plus all the other can't miss events and festivals happening around the Tri-States over the holiday weekend!

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The city of Quincy posted on their Facebook page the official fireworks schedule for this holiday weekend, and if you are looking to get out with friends, family, or loved ones and enjoy the shows here are your opportunities.

- July 1st at QU Stadium, after a Gems game.

- July 3rd at QU Stadium after a Gems game.

- July 3rd at the Quincy Country Club.

- July 4th along the riverfront, fireworks a being shot off from Quinissippi Island.

Fireworks aside there are 3 major festivals/events happening across the Tri-States this 4th of July weekend, starting with the biggest and longest event National Tom Sawyer Days in downtown Hannibal, which means concerts like Creed Fisher on July 1st, and Country Music star Gabby Barrett headlining on Saturday, July 2nd. For more info on NTSDs click here!

One of the other big events is the Quincy Freedom Fest along the riverfront in Quincy, the fest is on July 3rd, and 4th it includes, kids activities, vendors, axe throwing, and tons of live music, to learn more about the Quincy Freedom Fest check out their Facebook page by clicking here!

And finally, there is something really exciting happening in Monroe City, Missouri this holiday weekend called the Monroe City Hometown 4th of July Food & Music Festival, it is happening at St. Judes Park in Monroe City, there will be live music, family activities, tons of food and to learn more check out their Facebook event page by clicking here!

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