The Fourth of July in Downtown Toledo
The Fourth of July is almost here, and downtown Toledo can’t wait to celebrate! The festivities start early and go long, which is great since we love celebrating Independence Day! Take a look below to plan your perfect Fourth of July celebration!
Wednesday, July 3
The final game of the Mud Hens homestand is their annual Rock N’ Blast event. The fireworks show wraps all the way around the ballpark while synced to music. Click here for more details.
The Attic on Adams
The Attic is kicking off the Independence Day festivities the night before. Come dance to music provided by Sharktooth, Bishop Ramiz and Effective while enjoying beer and drink specials. Fireworks at 11:30.
Light up the night and get pedaling! Deck your bike out in your best Fourth of July decorations (lights required) and be prepared for a great time during this free, eight-mile ride. Meet at Toledo Bikes at 1114 Washington St.
Thursday, July 4
Enjoy made to order tacos and sliders in front of the Renaissance Hotel as you explore downtown and celebrate the Fourth. Food will be available out front from 12-5p. Beer and pop will also be available.
Ever camped out in downtown Toledo? Here’s your chance! Pitch a tent and enjoy the fireworks from a nature setting, in an urban downtown! Click here for more details.
Fourth in the 419
See downtown Toledo light the night with fireworks! The Fourth in the 419 experience kicks off with a free concert in Promenade Park from Eric Chesser at 6:15 before the fireworks. In addition to plenty of viewing from Promenade Park, there are several watch parties, including The Heights, H2O Café, Holy Toledo Rooftop, Fleetwood’s Rooftop, Hensville Park (feat. a free concert) and Toledo Spirits. The fireworks show will take place at 10 p.m.
Summit St from Washington to Cherry St and the Martin Luther King Bridge will close to traffic at 9 p.m. The Toledo Police will reopen them once pedestrian traffic has cleared the area. An extended No Wake Zone is effective from the Craig Street Bridge to the rail bridge. Departures will be escorted by Marine Patrol.
Saturday, July 6
Toledo’s Day in the Sun
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Toledo’s biggest sporting event, the Willard-Dempsey fight, with a night of professional boxing at the SeaGate Convention Centre. The Willard-Dempsey fight took place at Bay View Park on July 4, 1919. The bout at the SeaGate Centre will feature local boxers with tickets starting at $25. Click here for more details.