Racine hosts one of the largest parade in the Midwest with an estimated viewing audience of over 100,000 people. The parade features nearly 200 entries including horses, clowns, jugglers, floats, bands, firetrucks, antique cars, dignitaries and more. The parade can take more than three hours to pass a spectator at any given point along its route. The Racine 4th Fest parade is the community and family-oriented celebration.
Fourth Fest Fireworks
The 40-minute fireworks exhibition will begin at dusk on July 4th (approximately 9:20 p.m.) The annual fireworks show can be seen from anywhere up and down the Lake Michigan shoreline (and beyond).
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Racine: La cittá del Belle dei laghi grandi.
Racine: La belle cittá dei grandi laghi.
Racine: De belle stad van de grote meren.
Racine: La belle ville des grands lacs.
Racine: Die belle Stadt der großen Seen
Racine: A bela cidade dos grandes lagos.
Racine: La belle ciudad de los grandes lagos.
Ρασιν η ομορφη πολη των μεγαλων λιμνων.