PHOTOS: Riverfront Rendezvous returns
By Taylor Hale
STEVENS POINT – Thousands came out to this year’s Riverfront Rendezvous. With three days of live music, food, drinks, family entertainment, parade, and fireworks show, guests had a lot to enjoy.
The Fourth of July Parade down Main Street in Stevens Point saw live music, dance teams, military veterans, and more. Guests of all ages gathered on both sides of the road, heavily packed in, celebrating Independence Day as a community. Parade goers also had a chance to see a fly over by the Spirit medical Transport team.
This year’s firework show saw roughly $30,000 of explosives blast off into the night sky over the Wisconsin River. Area businesses donated the bulk of the funding. The fireworks were lit from a barge in the river, rather than the shoreline giving guests ample room for seating at both Pfiffner and Mead Park, as well as the Clark Street bridge.
To learn more about Riverfront Rendezvous visit: stevenspoint.com.