Minnesota Fireworks Laws
Wedding sparklers are a great way to illuminate any wedding exit with flash and pizzazz. While our sparklers are fun and festive, it’s important to use them responsibility. Your health and safety is our highest priority and we always recommend following state fireworks rules and regulations in Minnesota.
AGE OF PURCHASE: 18 years of age
LEGAL: Wire or wood sparklers (not more than 100 grams of pyrotechnic composition per item), ground-based sparkling devices that are non-explosive and non-aerial and contain 75 grams or less of chemical mixture per tube or a total of 500 grams or less for multiple tube items and include: fountains, cones, illuminating torches, wheels, ground spinners, flitter sparklers, flash/strobes and novelty devices, including snakes, glow worms, trick noisemakers, party poppers and snappers.
ILLEGAL: Firecrackers, ladyfingers, 3G display fireworks, theatrical pyrotechnics, torpedoes, missiles, sky rockets, bottle rockets, Roman candles, daygo bombs, mines and shells, chasers and parachutes.
SELLING PERIOD: Year-round
PENALTY: Possession of illegal fireworks in Minnesota is a gross misdemeanor and can be punishable of up to a $3,000 fine and/or one year in jail.
Minnesota Facts & Figures
Nickname: Land of 10,000 Lakes
State Capital: St. Paul
Population: 5,639,632 (22nd)
Largest Cities: Minneapolis 429,606 St. Paul 308,096 Rochester 118,935
Total Land Area: 86,936 sq. miles (12th)
With more than four miles of retail space, the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota is the largest mall in the U.S.
Scotch tape, the Bundt pan, rollerblades, water skies, Milky Way candy bars and the infamous SPAM® were all invented in Minnesota.
Minnesota is a cyclist’s paradise. The state has more miles of bike trails (+4,000 mi) than any other U.S. state.