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Watch as fireworks usher in the Chicago Riverwalk’s summer season

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The celebration culminated with a “pyrotechnic waterfall” display

A waterfront with boats. There is a promenade with people. Along the promenade is a bridge and buildings. Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events

Over the weekend, the city hosted a celebration to officially kick off the 2017 summer season for the Chicago Riverwalk. The event, which featured a fireworks show that could be seen down the river corridor, drew many to the 1.3-mile riverwalk for the big season kickoff. The show culminated with a “pyrotechnic waterfall display” from the Clark Street and LaSalle Street bridges. And as expected, many attendees shared their view of the show across social media outlets. Here’s a quick look at this past Saturday’s big season opening fireworks show.

City living. Fireworks out my window. Hi, summer! #chicago #chicagoriverwalk #city #fireworks #summer

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Random fireworks on the river tonight? I didn't get the memo! #chicago #chicagoriver #chicagoriverwalk

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About last night. #Fireworks to kick off the official season opener of the #ChicagoRiverwalk. #Chicago #igerschicago

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Fountain of fire on the #chicagoriverwalk . #saturdaynight

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Chicago's river walk reminds me of Monet's watercolor paintings

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