These Are The NJ Places Where 4th of July Fireworks Are Definitely Happening [UPDATED]

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Woohoo mamas—Fourth of July is almost here, and though New Jersey firework displays are memorable every year, this will be one of the first major outings since COVID, and for that reason, even more celebratory. But like everything during this pandemic, we’ve grown to adjust. And while most NJ towns decided to cancel their celebrations, a few have quickly pivoted to make their fireworks displays in line with the latest government guidelines (most recently, 500 people can be allowed in a socially distant outdoor setting on July 3). So, read on to find out where you can see NJ’s best fireworks displays this year and savor a night of dazzling, bursting displays sparking up the sky. Also, check back for updates regularly (big thanks to SoJo 104.9 for the newest updates on shows added).

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Here’s where you can see 4th of July NJ fireworks this year:

Atlantic County

Hammonton Independence Day Fireworks
July 4, 8:30 PM – 10 PM
Sponsored by the Town of Hammonton, this display will begin at dusk at Hammonton High School. Bring your own blankets and be sure to keep in mind social distancing and gathering guidelines.
Hammonton High School
100 Central Avenue

Margate Mothers’ Fireworks
July 4, 9 PM
Join in on this annual July 4th celebration that will take place on the beach and is sponsored by the Margate Mothers’ Association. Also, be sure to pack the charcoal and burgers, because barbequing is allowed on the beach beforehand.
Margate City

Cumberland County

Millville 4th July Fireworks
July 4, 9 PM
The City of Millville is hosting a special July 4th fireworks display at Union Lake Park, so pack up your chairs and blankets and get ready for a spectacular night. The rain date is July 5 at 9 PM.
Union Lake Park

Ocean County

Toms River Fireworks Display Sponsored by Sipe Adjustment Group
July 4, 9 PM – 10 PM

These annual fireworks were canceled until a local Toms River business stepped up to sponsor a 4th of July fireworks display that will be compliant with social distancing and the governor’s orders.
Shelter Cover Beach
Bay Ave. and Cove Point Rd
Toms River

Cape May County

Middle Township Fourth of July Fireworks at dusk
July 4, dusk
Be sure to arrive early for a beautiful Independence Day Firework display or catch the show live on the Middle Town Facebook page.
Clarence Davies Sports Complex
626 Goshen Rd
Cape May Court House

Wildwoods Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular Cancelled
July 4, 10 PM

Set up your blankets and chairs on the beach at Rio Grande Avenue, or anywhere along the Wildwoods Boardwalk, and enjoy this special holiday fireworks extravaganza. The rain date is July 5th at 10 PM.
Rio Grande Avenue

Essex County

Cedar Grove Annual Fireworks Display
July 3, 7 PM – 10 PM

Enjoy a spectacular firework show from your car in Cedar Grove. Be sure to get there early so you can get a good parking spot with the perfect view. The rain date is July 10.
Panther Park
118 W. Bradford Ave
Cedar Grove

Sussex County

Skylands Stadium 4th of July Fireworks
July 4, 8:55 PM 

Set out with the fam to see the biggest firework show in Sussex County at Skylands Stadium. Be sure to bring chairs and blankets, cozy up under the stars, and get ready for a spectacular fireworks display to celebrate our country’s independence.
$10 per person
Skylands Stadium
94 Championship Place

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Athena is a former nursery school teacher turned marketing wizard at NJMOM, who lives for fashion and globetrotting. As an aunt to 9 little humans, she loves finding cool new activities to do together that will keep everyone smiling. On any given weekend day, you can find Athena eating all the Greek food at her fave local NJ restaurant, Local Greek, in Princeton. Which, not so ironically, is owned by her big fat Greek family.

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