MADISON (WKOW) -- It is a highlight of the Fourth of July holiday weekend in Madison: Rhythm and Booms.
Organizers announced plans for this year's free, family event.
From the usual favorites, carnival rides and great food, to stages packed with music, and of course, the main attraction, the fireworks put to music.
"We have a number of new effects this year," said Terry Kelly, President of Rhythm & Booms. "We have a great sound track and some special surprises during the fireworks show itself."
The Golden Knights Parachute Team will perform, as well as, a F-16 will flyover.
Rhythm & Booms is Saturday, July 2nd at Warner Park in Madison.
WKOW is a proud partner again this year.
But with the tough economic times, Rhythm & Booms needs your donations to keep the event going.
"This is a community event and we can not do it without our great business community and you all as individuals," said Terry Kelly, Rhythm & Booms President. "So the 100,000's of people who enjoy this please joins us this year and help make sure the future of this great event."