Black Hawk's fireworks display, called the largest in Colorado, has been rescheduled for October.
The Boom Town fireworks were supposed to have gone off on the 4th of July, but were postponed because of high fire danger.
Instead, the city donated $36,000, half of the Boom Town expense, to the American Red Cross for the fire relief efforts across Colorado, said city spokeswoman Melissa Greiner.
The display will be seen on Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. for the Columbus Day weekend.
Boom Town is reported by Western Fireworks as the largest fireworks display in Colorado, Greiner said.
"Now that the wildfire danger has subsided in Gilpin County, we are anxious to give our supporting communities the joy and excitement that is Boom Town. We invite everyone to come and experience Boom Town with us," said Black Hawk City Manager Jack Lewis.
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