It’s the season for Summer Fireworks throughout Connecticut!
For the biggest spectactors there is a display somewhere every night – we found this state resource online Connecticut Fireworks 2017 to guide you. Some neighborhoods and private communities host their own celebrations yet there are many public displays to enjoy!
Friday, June 30
Celebrate America – Hartford Symphony Orchestra – Simsbury Meadows Performing Arts Center (After Concert). Rain Date: 7/1/2017
Independence Day Celebration with Fireworks – Stafford Motor Speedway, 55 West St. (Fireworks at Conclutiosn of Feature Events)
Hamden 24th Annual Fireworks Display – Town Center Park, 2761 Dixwell Ave (Dusk). Rain Date: 7/1/2017
Norwich Fireworks on the Harbor – 100 Chelsea Harbor Drive (Dusk). Rain Date: 07/02/2017
Red White and Blue BBQ – Owen Bell Park (9:15 PM). Rain Date: 7/7/2017
Saturday, July 1
Hartford Yard Goats – Dunkin’ Donuts Park (After the game)
Middletown Fireworks Festival – Barge off of Harbor Park (Dusk). Rain Date: 7/2/2017
New Britain Bees – New Britain Stadium (After the game)
Milford 2017 Annual Kick Off to Summer – Lisman Landing (9:15 PM). Rain Date: 07/08/2017
Sunday, July 2
Fairfield Independence Day Fireworks Show – Penfield or Jenning Beachs (9:15 PM). Rain Date: 7/3/2017
Orange Indepedence Day Concert and Fireworks Display – Orange Fairgrounds (9:30 PM). Rain Date: 7/3/2017
Monday, July 3
Bridgeport Bluefish – The Ballpark at Harbor Yard (After the game)
Norwalk Fireworks at Calf Pasture Beach – Calf Pasture Beach (Dusk). Rain Date: 07/05/2017
Tuesday, July 4
We always thought the name “Great American Boom,” the annual family event in Stanley Quarter Park, New Britain 5-9:00 PM, Fireworks start at 9:15 PM. It describes the big noisy fun perfectly, doesn’t it?!
Saturday, July 8
Hartford’s Riverfest Fireworks are back! Start the night off with a concert on either side of the river at 7 p.m., and prepare to be amazed by the show when Connecticut’s largest Independence Day fireworks display begins at 9 p.m.
For those who are up to traveling to something bigger head to Boston Harborfest where the fireworks can be seen over a very patriotic city. Discover more fun this month around the region for 4th of July in New England at http://gonewengland.about.com/od/summerinnewengland/p/boston4thofjuly.htm?nl=1
And it doesn’t have to end — there are many events beyond the “4th” and another great list of fireworks throughout CT provided by WTNH.
Check the Kidtivity Events Calendar for more weekend happenings and fun things to do with kids in CT every day!