Despite the recent burn bans in different counties, it's still a go for professional fireworks shows across South Central Kentucky.
Thunderfest is taking place on July 3rd at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green from 3 to 10 p.m.
The Barren River Lake State Resort Park is also having a fireworks display on July 4th at sunset.
The Alvaton Church of Christ will host a evening of fireworks, food, and fun on July 4th. There will be food, inflatables, popcorn, snowcones, and lots of fun! The evening will end with a fireworks show.
The Bowling Green Hot Rods will host several fireworks displays after their games at the ballpark, which start at 7:05 p.m. They will be on June 30th, July 2nd, July 3rd, and July 7th.
"It's one thing the community really looks forward to doing, we are one of very few vendors that actually has this many fireworks shows over this span of time and I think we can draw people from the region. People can come into Bowling Green and have something to do and they can come to a Hot Rods game," says Brad Taylor, the President of the Bowling Green Hot Rods.
The Hot Rods also say they have ceiling fans and plenty of shade to accommodate everyone during the heat. They are also thinking about having sprinklers on so guests can run through them for a quick cool down.
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And as a reminder, the counties of Warren, Barren, Simpson, Metcalfe, and Monroe, and Mammoth Cave National Park have all instituted burn bans.
Warren County's burn ban is the only one that includes fireworks.
The exception to that rule is the city of Bowling Green, where fireworks can be set off inside the city limits.
In Monroe County fireworks are allowed, but they can only be set off on the after 7 p.m. on the Fourth of July.
The burn bans in Barren, Simpson, and Metcalfe counties, do not include fireworks, which means you can set off fireworks there.
Mammoth Cave National Park never allows fireworks to be set off.