Crown Point Fourth of July Celebration to Take Place on July 4
July 03, 2023: The City of Crown Point will host its Fourth of July Celebration on Tuesday, July 4. The event will feature a parade, a fireworks show, and food vendors.
The parade will kick off at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 4, starting from Crown Point High School on Main Street and ending at the Tank on Goldsborough Street. Participants and emergency vehicles will start staging at 8 a.m., with parade participants gathering at Crown Point High School and lining up along South Main Street between Burrell Drive and Cleveland Street.
The fireworks show by Mad Bomber Fireworks Productions will begin at approximately 9 p.m. at the Lake County Fairgrounds. Before the show, starting at 5 p.m., food vendors such as Crown Creamery, Izzy’s Daddy’s Pizza, Jax’s Crown Town Grill, Kona Ice, Mama Frazz, and Twisted Sugar will be set up near the Grandstand for attendees to enjoy.
Mayor Pete Land, who has fond memories of attending the Fourth of July Parade as a child, expressed his excitement for this year’s celebration and encouraged everyone to join in the festivities on the square.
In addition to the parade and fireworks, the City of Crown Point is inviting the community to vote for their favorite Fourth of July Parade entry on the city’s website. The winners will be announced during the July City Council meeting.
The event is made possible thanks to the presenting sponsors Powering America NWI and Liberty Siding and Windows, LLC, and other sponsors who have contributed to its success.
The city seeks volunteers to assist with staging and outreach to make the celebration a grand success. Those interested in getting involved can contact Entertainment Superintendent Diana Bosse at 219-662-3290.
So mark your calendars and join the City of Crown Point on July 4 for a fantastic Fourth of July Celebration!