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Is there anything more classically New England than Fireworks? (Well, besides baseball, lobster rolls, going to the beach…there are a lot of things that are classically New England!🤣)

Either way, CT Towns like to go ALL OUT. We’ve rounded up a list of over 35 fireworks events around the state. Check back throughout the summer as more towns release details of their celebrations!

Hartford County:

Fairfield and Litchfield County:

  • June 24: Danbury Town Fireworks at Candlewood Lake
  • June 29: Westport Fireworks:  Fireworks tickets on sale now! Fireworks take place at Compo Beach.  This is a ticketed event and tickets can be purchased at the Westport Police Department, 50 Jesup Road and at the Parks and Recreation Office, 260 Compo Road South. $50 per vehicle cash or check only.
  • June 30: Shelton/Derby Fireworks!!  Join us for the Shelton/Derby Fireworks on Friday, June 30th! Grab yourself a front row seat, your favorite #connecticut snacks, and CT #beer #wine and #liquor and celebrate #IndependenceDay with the spectacular #fireworks display!
  • June 30: Litchfield Fireworks: 
  • June 30: Stratford Fireworks:  Celebrate Stratford fireworks display.
  • June 30: Fireworks at Seaside Park, Bridgeport: Enjoy fireworks at Seaside Park. 
  • July 1: Greenwich Fireworks Greenwich, CT Town Fireworks.
  • July 1: Fairfield Fireworks: Enjoy fireworks on the beach! 
  • July 1: New Milford Fireworks
  • July 1: Trumbull Day:  Trumbull Day is a fun-filled family event with food, vendors, carnival rides and games, children’s entertainment, a main stage featuring local bands and fireworks.
  • July 2: Norwich Harbor Fireworks:  Join us for the 2023 Norwich Harbor Fireworks. This year we will be capping of Rose Arts Weekend with a night of celebrating our country’s independence.
  • July 2: Rowayton Fireworks: The Rowayton Fireworks will light up the sky from Bayley Beach on Sunday, July 2nd, beginning at approximately 9:00pm, and lasting approximately 30 minutes. There is a rain date of Wednesday, July 5th
  • July 3: Fireworks at Calf Pasture Beach, Norwalk.
  • August 3: Monroe Bicentennial Celebration: Celebrate 200 years with a parade and fireworks!

New Haven County: 

Middlesex County and New London County: 

Tolland and Windham County:

As always, lots of effort goes into finding and fact checking these events. However, I am a sleep deprived human with multiple young children so it’s always best to follow upwith the event coordinator and check the link for event updates 🤣

Have an event that you’d like to share? Know of a cool place to find fireworks? Let us know so we can include it in our list!

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