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4th of July Fireworks show: If you are excited to watch the Fourth of July Fireworks show from the different locations and states of the United States of America on its 245th Independence Day, then you are at right place to gather and collect all the information regarding 4th of July Fireworks with it's timing details, live stream telecast, performers and how to watch it online! First of all Happy 4th of July to all Americans! In this content, you will able to check Macy's 4th of July fireworks Videos, Images, and HD Pictures along with NYC, Chicago, Nashville, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles beautiful pyrotechnics views especially. We are also trying to cover the Fourth of July Fireworks from Boston, Dallas, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, St. Louis, San Francisco, San Diego & similar regions or cities or states. These all places are so much popular for showing spectacular July 4th Fireworks show. So, Don't miss watching the 4th of July Fireworks Show with the Fourth of July Parade on this US Independence Day 2021 Weekend.

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1. Macy's 4th of July Fireworks from New York City (NYC)

  • Macy's is ready to bring the rockets' red glare to life at its 42nd annual July 4th fireworks extravaganza in New York.
Here's all you need to know about the time, livestream, where to watch and what to expect from MACY'S 4TH OF JULY (JULY 4 | WEDNESDAY 8/7c). Celebrate the 4th with America's largest patriotic pyrotechnic display!.

Where can I watch?

  • The two-hour special will air on NBC and the NBC app on Tuesday, July 4. 
  • Entertainment will begin at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT). Fireworks will light up the night sky over New York City's East River about 9:25 p.m. ET (8:25 p.m. CT)
  • The network will air an encore of the show at 10 p.m. ET (9 p.m. CT).
  • You can watch a livestream of the fireworks portion only on Facebook.
  • NBC will also be livestreaming via its mobile app. You can get more info here

  • You can live stream the show on NBCNewYork.com on your desktop or laptop computer or your mobile device by clicking on this link (http://www.nbcnewyork.com/live).


  • NBC celebrates Independence Day in style with the annual broadcast of "Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular" on Tuesday, July 4 (8-10 p.m. ET/PT). 
  • The broadcast features some of the biggest names in music, including Jennifer Lopez, Lady Antebellum, Sheryl Crow, Brad Paisley, Charlie Puth and Hailee Steinfeld, as the nation counts down to the 41st annual firework display over the East River. 
  • The show will be hosted by "American Ninja Warrior's" Akbar Gbajabiamila, Matt Iseman and Kristine Leahy
  • The incredible pyrotechnic spectacle, igniting the skyline with more than 60,000 shells launched from five barges positioned in midtown, will be the country's largest display in over a decade and promises to be a must-see show from coast-to-coast. 
  • The incredible display will be accompanied by the West Point Band and their awe-inspiring musical tribute, "ANTHEM," along with the West Point Glee Club. 
  • The live broadcast will be immediately followed by an encore presentation (10-11 p.m. ET/PT).
  • Macy's said 21 new displays will make their debut during this year's show, including a Pyro Pixelation Mural that created a USA wall in red, white and blue letters.
  • The show utilizes up to 300 shells per second to make up its synchronized display, with as many as 2,400 bursts and effects per minute illuminating the night sky. 
  • At its peak of 1,000 feet, the light show's effects reach heights three times higher than the Statue of Liberty.
  • The fireworks create an array of 23 colors, ranging from red and amber to titanium and gold. The pyrotechnics are launched from five barges station on the East River between East 24th and East 41st Streets.


Now, you must be worried about Street Closures during All Of NYC's 4th Of July Fireworks show, then don't worry at all! We've found a perfect solution with the perfect answers. According to www,gothamist.com (http://gothamist.com/2017/07/04/july_4_street_closures_2017.php#photo-1),
  • This year's massive Macy's 4th of July fireworks display will be Midtown-centric, to the frustration of Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Battery Park and the South Street Seaport revelers and businesses. But lucky you, Long Island City!
And Timing will be:
  • Fireworks will blast off at 9:20 p.m., and wrap up by 9:50 p.m. 
  • Well before showtime, the NYPD is urging drivers to avoid affected roadways between 2:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m. Here's a handy map of the best viewing spots for NYC fireworks 


  • FDR Drive between Battery Park Underpass and East 63rd Street
  • South Street between Whitehall Street and Robert F. Wagner Sr. Place
  • FDR Drive Service Roads between Cherry Street and 63rd Street
  • Water Street between Whitehall Street and Fulton Street
  • Pearl Street between Fulton Street and Robert F Wagner Sr Place
  • Whitehall Street between Water Street and South Street
  • Broad Street between Water Street and South Street
  • Old Slip between Water Street and South Street
  • Robert F. Wagner Sr Place between Pearl Street and South Street
  • Cherry Street between Jackson Street and FDR Drive
  • Delancey Street between Lewis Street and FDR Drive
  • East Houston Street between Baruch Place and FDR Drive
  • Avenue C between 13th Street and Avenue C Entrance Ramp to FDR
  • Avenue C Entrance Ramps
  • East 6th Street between Avenue D and FDR Drive
  • East 10th Street between Avenue D and FDR Drive
  • 14th Street between Avenue C and Avenue B
  • Avenue C between East 16th Street and East 20th Street
  • East 20th between 1st Avenue and Avenue C
  • East 23rd Street between 1st Avenue and Avenue C
  • East 26th Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive
  • East 30th Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive
  • 30th Street Entrance Ramps
  • East 33rd Street between 1st Avenue and 3rd Avenue
  • East 34th Street between 2nd Avenue and FDR Drive
  • 34th Street Entrance Ramps
  • East 37th Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive
  • East 38th Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive
  • East 41st Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive
  • East 42nd Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive
  • 42nd Street Entrance Ramps
  • East 48th Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive
  • East 49th Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive
  • East 53rd Street between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive


  • Area bounded by Atlantic Avenue on the South, Old Fulton Street on the North, Hicks Street on the East, East River on the West (All Inclusive)
  • Old Fulton Street between Hicks Street and Prospect Street
  • Cadman Plaza West between Prospect Street and Tillary Street
  • Front Street between Old Fulton Street and Jay Street
  • Water Street between Old Fulton Street and Jay Street


  • Area bounded by 44th Drive on the North, Borden Avenue on the South, Vernon Boulevard on the East, East River on the West (All Inclusive)
  • Center Boulevard between Borden Avenue and 54th Avenue
  • 2nd Street between Borden Avenue and Newtown Creek /Dead End
  • Vernon Boulevard between 54th Avenue and Newtown Creek/Dead End
  • 54th Avenue between Center Boulevard and Vernon Boulevard

Best viewpoints to Watch Macy's NYC Fourth of July Fireworks

According to www.cntraveler.com (http://www.cntraveler.com/story/where-to-watch-4th-of-july-fireworks-in-nyc), There are 4 Best viewpoints or few special spots in the city with an especially bangin’ view to Watch Macy's NYC Fireworks on Fourth of July. 
  • 1. Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
  • 2. Bateaux New York Dinner Cruise
  • 3. One World Observatory
  • 4. Wythe Hotel Rooftop
  • 5. The City's Parks and Waterfronts

"For the past four decades, Macy’s has put on a spectacular fireworks show complete with musically choreographed explosions and live performers like Sara Bareilles. This year is no exception. The explosive event is set to return again this year with the display taking place Tuesday, July 4 on the East River starting at around 9:25 p.m."

2. Nashville's 4th of July FIREWORKS

According to www.wkrn.com (http://wkrn.com/2017/07/03/crews-prepare-for-nashvilles-4th-of-july-fireworks-show/), "Nashville does it big when it comes to celebrations, and Tuesday night is one of the biggest."

  • “And when it comes together on show day and the people are thrilled with the performance it is gratifying,” said Lansden Hill, President of Pyro shows.

  • Pyro Shows is in charge of making sure everything runs smoothly for the firework show downtown for July 4.

  • “This is the mother show this is the biggest one we do and is the biggest one in the country,” said Hill.
“I think there are a number of things that make the Nashville show such an interesting, superior and such a great performance,” said Hill. “It’s the symphony playing live with the fireworks choreographed to the music, the venue I mean downtown Nashville is such a vibrant area.”

Pyro Shows says rain or shine, their fireworks will be good to go, and this year they will be featuring some new fireworks.

3. Massive 4th of July FIREWORKS in the Los Angeles area (San Diego Bay)

According to www.lapostexaminer.com (http://lapostexaminer.com/4th-july-fireworks-will-display/2017/07/04), If you’re looking for massive fireworks shows in the Los Angeles area:
  • There will be a block party followed by fireworks at Grand Park in DTLA, The Hollywood Bowl will feature Pentatonix with the US Air Force Band of the Golden West, conductor Thomas Wilkins. As always it will be followed by fireworks.
  • The Rose Bowl in Pasadena will have the biggest fireworks display in Southern California — Americafest presented by Honda; $15 to get into the grounds. Marina Del Ray will have a free display, the best places to watch are Fisherman’s Village, Chace Park or Mother’s Beach.
  • There will be a nice display over the Queen Mary in Long Beach — the “All-American 4th of July.” You have to pay to watch from the ship, but the display should be visible from anywhere around the harbor. Then in Orange County you can watch the display from Angel Stadium in Anaheim with the OC Block Party.
  • Or you can catch the Arizona Diamondbacks and Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium and the fireworks after the game. if you visit the team website be sure to vote for Justin Turner for the All-Star Game. What’s more American than baseball and fireworks?
  • The L.A. Coliseum will have free activities plus fireworks and Huntington Beach will have its famous parade, with Grand Marshall Joe Mantegna followed by a great fireworks show.
  • Or you can travel south to San Diego for the Big Bay Boom,” which can be seen from anywhere around San Diego Bay: Shelter Island, Harbor Island, Seaport Village, Embarcadero North and South, and the Coronado Ferry Landing. It is suggested you take the trolley to the Port of San Diego and save yourself the hassle and expense of finding parking.
  • Seaworld has its “Star-Spangled Fireworks” display, which can be seen from anywhere around Mission Bay. If you’re going to the San Diego County Fair — the Del Mar Fair — there will be a fireworks display and Legoland in Carlsbad will its “Red, White and Boom” fireworks.
Most of the fireworks shows go off at about 9 p.m., but some will take place at dusk. Either way, get to your destination early if you want to find a good spot.

Watch 4th of July fireworks shows in Los Angeles, OC (Orange Country)

According to www.foxla.com (http://www.foxla.com/news/local-news/265356190-story), Find out the Best Places to Watch 4th of July fireworks shows in Los Angeles, OC (Orange Country) below at this paragraph - 
  • It's the Fourth of July and several Southern California spots in Los Angeles and Orange County will send fireworks into the sky to celebrate the anniversary of the nation's independence that started 241 years ago.
  • Looking for a place to watch the fireworks and celebrate the Fourth of July and don't know where to go?
  • With dozens of displays including a number that are free to choose from across Southern California, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
Americafest at the Rose Bowl 
Rose Bowl, 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena

July 4th Firework Spectacular
Hollywood Bowl, 2301 Highland Ave., Los Angeles

4th of July Extravaganza 
Exposition Park, 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles

Fourth of July Parade

Fourth of July Celebration
Almansor Park, 800 N. Almansor Ave., Alhambra

Fourth of July Independence Day Celebration
Rosewood Park, 2535 Commerce Way, Commerce

Marina del Rey’s 4th of July Fireworks Show 
Chase Park, 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey

Seaside Lagoon 4th of July Fireworks Celebration 
Seaside Lagoon, 137 N. Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach

All American 4th of July Aboard the Queen May 
The Queen Mary, 1126 Queen’s Highway, Long Beach

Fourth of July Block Party
Grand Park, 210 W. Temple St. Los Angeles

4th of July Fireworks Show 
Library Park, 321 S. Myrtle Ave., Monrovia

Independence Day Event
Artesia Park, 18750 Clarkdale Ave., Artesia

Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Ave., Pomona

Calabasas Fireworks Spectacular 
Calabasas High School, 22855 W. Mulholland Hwy, Calabasas

4th of July Fireworks 
Sierra Vista High School, 3600 Frazier Ave., Baldwin Park

Let Freedom Ring Celebration
Cerritos High School, 12500 E. 183rd Street, Cerritos

4th of July Blast
Diamond Bar High School, 21400 E. Pathfinder Road, Diamond Bar

Studio City Fourth of July Fireworks Festival
CBS Studio Center, 4024 Radford Ave., Los Angeles

Fourth of July Celebration
Pomona College-Strehle Track, 333 N. College Way, Claremont

Crescenta Valley Fireworks 
Crescenta Valley High School, 2900 Community Ave., Crescenta Valley

La Puente Independence Day
La Puente Park, 501 N. Glendora Ave., La Puente

67th Annual John Olguin July 4th Spectacular
Cabrillo Beach, 3720 Stephen M White Drive, San Pedro

July 4th Fest
Six Flags Magic Mountain, 26101 Magic Mountain Parkway, Valencia

Independence Day Celebration
Westfield Valencia Town Center, 26735 Circle Drive, Santa Clarita

4th of July Fireworks Show 
West LA College, 9000 Overland Ave., Culver City

4th of July Parade and Celebration
Rosemead Park, 4343 Encinita Ave., Rosemead

Free Fireworks Extravaganza
Antelope Valley Fairgrounds, 2551 W. Avenue H, Lancaster

Fourth of July Celebration
Suzanne Park, 625 Suzanne Road, Walnut

4th of July Event
Salt Lake Park, 3401 Florence Ave., Huntington Park

Orange County:

San Clemente Fireworks Show
San Clemente Pier

Fourth of July in Centennial Park
Centennial Park, 3000 Edinger Ave., Santa Ana

Annual Fourth of July Celebration
Tustin High School, 1171 El Camino Real, Tustin

4th of July Festival and Fireworks Show 
Fullerton High School, located on Lemon between Chapman and Berkley

33rd Annual Concert on the Green 
Irvine High School Stadium, 4321 Walnut Ave., Irvine

Independence Day at the Back Bay 
Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort, 1131 Back Bay Drive, Newport Beach

Mission Viejo Annual Street Fair and Fireworks Spectacular
Lake Mission Viejo, located on Olympiad Road and Melinda Road

4th of July Celebration 
Laguna Hills Community Center and Sports Complex, 25555 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills

  • You can also call the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s Fireworks Display Show Hotline at 888-654-FIRE (3473) for the latest information on fireworks shows in your community.
Please note that some events do require reservations or tickets so be sure to check the websites linked for full details.

4. Watch Honolulu Fourth of July Fireworks Shows

Kailua Fireworks

  • The beach town of Kailua celebrates its Fourth of July festivities by hosting a crackling display of fireworks at Kailua Beach Park. 
  • The 72nd annual Independence Day Parade takes place from 10 a.m. ton noon on Kainalu Drive, from Palapu Street to Kailua Intermediate School. 
  • This year, attendees can also look forward to a pre-fireworks acrobatic air show with the Flying Leathernecks at 6 p.m., followed by the Marine Corps Forces Pacific Band performing at 6:30 p.m. Fireworks begin at 8 p.m.
  • Free, 6 p.m., Kailua Beach Park, 526 Kawailoa Road, Kailua, facebook.com

Fourth of July Fireworks Cruise

  • Get an ocean view of Waikīkī’s Fourth of July fireworks from a 75-person party vessel, the E Sea Rider. 
  • Dance the night away with resident DJ Two Knux Deep as you cruise around Oʻahu’s beautiful night ocean. Meet at the harbor at 7:30 p.m. for an 8 p.m. push off. BYOB. 
  • Ages 21 and older only.
$35 to $50, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., Kewalo Basin Harbor, 1125 Ala Moana Blvd., eventbrite.com

Ala Moana Beach Park Fireworks

  • Residents and visitors alike converge for a big, free fireworks show that never disappoints. Usually beginning around 8:30 p.m., this dazzling display ignites the sky and draws thousands. Tune into FM 92.3 KSSK for a live soundtrack that accompanies the show.
Free, 8:30 p.m., Ala Moana Beach Park, 1201 Ala Moana Blvd.

5. List of More Places to Watch 4th of July Fireworks Shows

Antioch: 9:30 p.m., Williams Park, 741 Main St. Free. antioch.il.gov.

Aurora: 9:35 p.m., RiverEdge Park, 360 N. Broadway St. Free. aurora-il.org.

Barrington: Barrington High School, 616 W. Main St. Free. barrington.il.gov.

Bartlett: 9:30 p.m., Apple Orchard Park, near South Bartlett and Stearns roads. Free. (630) 837-0800 or bartlett4thofjuly.com.

Batavia: After Batavia Fourth of July Sky Concert, 5-9:30 p.m., Engstrom Park, Main and Millview streets. bataviafireworks.org.

Bensenville: 9:30 p.m., Redmond Recreation Complex, 735 E. Jefferson. Free. bensenville.il.us.

Buffalo Grove: Rotary Village Green. Viewing options include the Village Green and Willow Stream Park. Free. bgrotary.org.

Carol Stream: 9:30 p.m., Carol Stream Town Center, 960 N. Gary Ave. Free. carolstream.org.

Chicago: 9:30 p.m., Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Ave. Free. navypier.com.

Downers Grove/Woodridge: 9:30 p.m., Lemont Road and 75th Street, Downers Grove. Free. events.downers.us.

Elk Grove Village: Fireworks after concert at 5:30 p.m., Rotary Green, 164 Lions Drive. Free. elkgrove.org.

Glen Ellyn: Lake Ellyn Park, 645 Lenox Road. Free-$3. glenellyn4thofjuly.org.

Gurnee: 10 p.m., Six Flags Great America, 1 Great America Parkway. Fireworks are part of the park's July Fourth Fest. Park admission fees apply. sixflags.com.

Great Lakes: 9:30 p.m., Ross Field at Great Lakes Naval Station, 601 D St., Gate 3, Great Lakes. Free. mwrgl.com.

Highland Park: "Float & Watch Fireworks" event, 8:15 to 10:45 p.m., Hidden Creek AquaPark, 1220 Fredrickson Place. $5. (847) 433-3170 or pdhp.org.

Huntley: 9:30 p.m. Visible from Deicke and Warrington parks. Free. huntley.il.us.

Itasca: 9:45 p.m., Hamilton Lakes, Thorndale Avenue and Route 53. Free admission; parking is $25 per car. itasca.com.

Lake Forest: 9:40 p.m., Lake Forest Festival and Fireworks, Deerpath Community Park, 400 Hastings Road. $15-$20 fest admission. Kids under 5 are free. (847) 234-6700 or friendslfpr.org.

Lake Zurich: Henry J. Paulus Park, 200 S. Rand Road. $2-$7. lakezurich.org.

Libertyville: Butler Lake Park, Lake Street. Free. (847) 362-2430 or libertyville.com.

Lincolnshire: 9:30 p.m., Spring Lake Park, 49 Oxford Drive. Free. village.lincolnshire.il.us.

Lombard: 9:30 p.m., Madison Meadow Park, Madison Street and Ahrens Avenue. Free. villageoflombard.org.

Mount Prospect: 79th annual Mount Prospect Lions Club Festival, Melas Park, 1500 W. Central Road. Free. mplions.org.

Oakbrook Terrace: 9:30 p.m., Terrace View Park, Route 83 and 22nd Street. Free. (630) 941-8300.

Rolling Meadows: 9 p.m., Community Center parking lot, 3705 Pheasant Drive. Free. ci.rolling-meadows.il.us.

Rosemont: Fireworks after the Heartache Tonight concert, 7 p.m., Rockin' in the Park, MB Financial Park at Rosemont, 5501 Park Place. Free. rosemont.com.

Round Lake Beach: Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center, 2007 Civic Center Way. Free. (847) 546-8558 or rlapd.org.

Schaumburg: Fireworks after the 6:30 p.m. baseball game at Boomers Stadium, 1999 S. Springinsguth Road. boomersbaseball.com.

Sleepy Hollow: 9:15 p.m., Sabatino Park, Thorobred Lane. Fireworks parking opens at 7 p.m., donations requested. sleepyhollowil.org.

St. Charles: Pottawatomie Park, 8 North Ave. Free. Parking is limited. stcparks.org.

Streamwood: 9:30 p.m., Dolphin Park, 880 S. Park Blvd. Free. (630) 736-3800, ext. 3, or streamwood.org.

Vernon Hills: 9:30 p.m., Century Park, 1001 Lakeview Parkway. Free. (847) 367-3700 or vernonhills.org.

Westmont: 9:30 p.m., Ty Warner Park, 801 Burr Oak Drive. Free. westmontparks.org.

Wheaton: Graf Park, 1855 Manchester Road. Free. wheatonparkdistrict.com.

Woodstock: Emricson Park, 1313 Kishwaukee Valley Road. Parking $8. woodstockil.gov.


Fox River Grove: Friday, July 8, Picnic Grove Park, Birch Lane. Free. (847) 639-3170 or foxrivergrove-il.org.

Island Lake: Friday, July 8, Island Lake Lakefest; viewing at Watertower Park and Eastway Park, downtown. Free. villageofislandlake.com.

Glendale Heights: 9:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 12, and Saturday, July 16, at Glendale Heights Fest, Camera Park, 101 E. Fullerton Ave. Free. (630) 260-6000 or glendaleheightsfest.com.

Reference: Dailyherald

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