Boise Fireworks. Kaput. Meridian Fireworks. Dunzo. What about Kuna Days? They're further down the road. Will Ada County's slide back into Stage 3 bring their demise as well?

For now, what we think is the best fireworks show the Treasure Valley has to offer is still very much on for 2020, but it will happen a little later in the year than originally planned. Via the Kuna Days Facebook Page, organizers let fans of the two day celebration will be postponed due to COVID-19. Originally scheduled to take place August 7-8, Kuna Days will now take place October 2-3.

While the time of certain events may need to change due to shorter daylight hours, Kuna hopes that by October we'll be in a position where the family movie night, fun run, parade, kids carnival and fireworks display can take place. As they move forward with planning, they'll take into consideration state and local COVID-19 regulations to keep guests safe and healthy.

We're glad to see that their "Tailgate Party" theme is still a slam dunk a few months later! After all, that's when it really starts to feel like football season in Bronco Nation.

For more on Kuna Days and the updated registration information for the parade and fun run, click HERE.

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