GREEN BAY - A Northeast Wisconsin water ski team kicked off the Fourth of July excitement in Green Bay on Thursday.
The Waterboard Warriors performed a special holiday show on the Fox River downtown. It was one of many events included in the city's "Fire Over the Fox" celebration.
People could watch from the CityDeck as the skiers did tricks, formed pyramids and landed jumps.
Performers with the Waterboard Warriors say they've been skiing the Fox River for 30 years and enjoy performing in Green Bay.
"It's a great opportunity for us to showcase our skiing, to be right in the heart of downtown Green Bay. And, it also acts as a fundraiser for the team throughout the year," said Jenny Vander Zanden.
The Waterboard Warriors were recently added to Green Bay's summer lineup. Shows will be held every Wednesday night on the Fox River downtown starting July 10. They will continue through August 28.
The Waterboard Warriors also perform in Wrightstown every Tuesday and Thursday. Those show run all summer at Mueller Park.
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