Cities and counties across South-Central Indiana are hosting fireworks displays this Fourth of July weekend.
The annual fireworks show was cancelled last year because there wasn't enough money to organize it.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is putting more than 100 officers back on the streets in the coming weeks.
There will be no fireworks display at the Monroe County Fairgrounds this year, so organizations hosting smaller displays are expecting larger audiences.
Confusion over the specifics of burn bans may be negatively affecting the fireworks industry in Indiana this season.
Indiana's drought has sparked burn and firework bans throughout the state.
Indianapolis residents cannot shoot off fireworks, but professional shows can continue.
Fireworks cannot be shot off by individuals in many parts of the state, and that's hurting businesses that sell fireworks.
State law prohibits local municipalities from banning firework usage surrounding the Fourth of July.
Admission will be $8 per car and $2 for walk-ins. The 30-minute show will start at dusk on July 4th.