- Ryan Hogue
Where to Watch Fireworks 2022
Happy Friday everyone! It’s arguably the greatest weekend of the year. This weekend we will celebrate Independence Day and I for one could not be more excited! Unfortunately this year it lands on a Monday so that means fireworks and celebrations will be spread out throughout the weekend! But that also means if you can hang you can have a weekend full of celebration. Especially with the eastern shore having so many amazing little towns and cities all doing their own thing. With just a little travel in each direction you can see some amazing fireworks throughout Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. It’s supposed to be a sunny weekend with temps in the low 90’s and no rain in sight so hopefully you’re ready to get out there and have some fun! If you are hosting or going to a party make sure to check out my past posts about the best food and games to have at a cookout! But if you’re looking to find somewhere to go and watch some fireworks then continue to read below and I’ll go over some of the best options I’ve found.
July 3rd- Independence Day celebration is planned at Northside Park during Sundaes in the Park, featuring a 7 p.m. concert by Mike Hines & the Look, followed by a condensed firework show at 9 p.m.
July 5th- at 8 p.m., "American Idol" star and Salisbury native Jay Copeland will perform at Northside Park. Ocean City will feature music beginning at 8 p.m. and fireworks beginning at 9:30 p.m.
July 4th- The Red, White and Boom celebration is back starting at 6:30 p.m. at The Shipyard, James M. Bennett High School’s sports stadium on East College Avenue. In addition to the free community fireworks, there will be food, Ice cream, and music. There will be plenty of free parking.
July 4th- A full day of festive fun will begin in Lewes on Second Street with old-fashioned kids’ games from 9 a.m. to noon on Monday, July 4.
Fireworks will launch from a barge in the bay off Savannah Beach at about 8:30 p.m.
July 4th- Fireworks will launch in downtown Bethany Beach at dusk on Monday, July 4. But before that, visitors can experience the small resort town’s parade, which goes down Garfield Parkway toward the ocean starting at noon.
July 3rd- The town will be holding its Fourth of July celebration on Monday, beginning at 3 p.m. at Janosik Park. Entertainment includes food vendors, non-food vendors, a petting zoo, two live bands, a car show at Janosik Park, a parade and a firework display.
July 4th- The City of Rehoboth Beach is set to put the “ooh” and “ahh” into the July 4 Independence Day holiday weekend with a fireworks display set to launch at about 9:30 pm Sunday, July 3. The display, which will launch from the beach near Brooklyn Avenue, will be visible all along Rehoboth’s mile-plus beach and boardwalk.
July 4th- Cape Charles 4th of July festivities are celebrated each year with craft and food vendors set up all day on Bay Avenue. A very festive parade from Bay Avenue to Mason Avenue takes place at 10 a.m. Games and contests are scheduled throughout the day. Enjoy music from Tidewater Concert Band, DJ KEV D and Rude Boy Riddum. A fireworks show after dark at the beach and harbor caps the day at 9:15 p.m.