Professionally produced fireworks display to be offered in Medora following the Medora Musical on July 4.
(Medora, ND) – Independence Day visitors to Medora will be treated with an increasingly rare commodity this Independence Day holiday: fireworks.
While many families across North Dakota will be unable to enjoy the thrill of viewing fireworks like summers past, those in Medora will still have the chance to enjoy some classic Americana celebration with the professionally produced fireworks display following the Medora Musical on July 4.
Personally discharged fireworks are prohibited in Medora this season, but the annual display by the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation and professional pyro technicians will take place as scheduled.
The display will happen on the west side of Medora. Chimney Park, just east of the Little Missouri River, is being offered as the best location for visitors to view the fireworks display. The display will begin shortly after the conclusion of the Medora Musical, which begins at 7:30pm MDT each night and typically runs just over two hours.
There will also be an Independence Day Parade at 1:00pm MDT on July 4, and the final showing of a one-week show, A Bill Sorensen Revue, at the Old Town Hall Theater, at 3:30pm MDT.
Tickets for the July 4 Medora Musical are available at Medora.com, 1-800-MEDORA-1 or at ticket outlets in the old ranch town.