Where to Watch 4th of July Fireworks in Fairfield County, CT?

4th of July Fireworks in Fairfield County, CT

What are your plans for the 4th of July? Wondering where to watch 4th of July fireworks in Fairfield County, CT? Lucky for us, almost every town has its own fireworks display. Here is a guide to where to watch 4th of July fireworks in Darien, Norwalk, Rowayton Greenwich, Stamford, Weston, Westport, Ridgefield, and Fairfield.

Darien 4th of July Fireworks

When: July 6, 2019 (rain date July 7). Gates open 6:30pm. Performances 6:45pm. Fireworks 9:15pm.

Where: Darien High School, Darien, CT

Details: Come enjoy performances by the Community Band and the LEAF JUMPERS, fireworks food trucks, face painting & more!

Access: For the first time this year Parking Passes will be available for purchase at the Parks and Recreation. Resident $30 & Non-Resident $40. There are a limited number of parking passes.

Fairfield Independence Day Fireworks Display

When: July 3, 2019 (rain date July 5). Entertainment 6-9pm. Fireworks at 9:15pm. Penfield Beach

Where: Fireworks explode just after dark, from a barge off of Long Island Sound so the show can be seen easily from either Penfield or JenningsBeaches. 

Parking: Beach Parking lots can be accessed either with a Season Beach Sticker or by purchasing a Daily Pass for $50.00 per vehicle (cash only). Daily Passes will be limited to the first 300 vehicles at Jennings Beach and 100 vehicles at Penfield Beach.  A Daily Parking Fee will also be charged to park at the Ash Creek Open Space Parking Lot the day of the fireworks. Lots will fill. Plan on getting there early so as not to be disappointed. 

Norwalk 4th of July Fireworks

When: July 3, 2019 (rain date July 5). Entertainment 5:30pm. Fireworks 9pm.

Where: Calf Pasture Beach, Norwalk, CT

Details: Start at 5:30pm, for family friend show by “The Amazing Andy Show” at 5:30pm. Then Dance to the Music with DJ Nuzzo at 6pm and watch “Beagles & Mac” Featuring Billy Genuario at 8pm. And the grand finale- fireworks display at 9pm.

Access: Resident Parking free. Non-resident parking $40.

Greenwich Fireworks Display at Binney Park

When: July 6, 2019 at 9:10pm (rain date July 7)

Where: Binney Park, Old Greenwich, CT

Details: The Sound Beach Community Band will play before the show, starting around 8:00 p.m. They will be on the stage near the flag pole. Fireworks display will start around 9:10pm. Spectators are urged to bring working flashlights.

Access: Free

Parking: Park at nearby lots, including Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, Old Greenwich Train Stations, Perrot Memorial Library and Old Greenwich School. There will be No Parking on the entire length of Binney Park Drive, from Wesskum Wood Road by the tennis courts to Arch Street near the railroad tunnel on the day of the fireworks.

Greenwich Fireworks Display at Greenwich Point (Tod’s Point Beach)

When: July 6, 2019 at 9:35pm (rain date July 7)

Where: Greenwich Point Park, Old Greenwich, CT

Access: Park passes and parking passes are required for entry.

Parking: Please note that Greenwich Point will be closed once parking has reached its capacity or 8:30 p.m., whichever comes first. Cars will not be permitted in or near Greenwich Point. This means you will not be able to drop-off or pick-up passengers before or after the event.

Ridgefield’s Family Fireworks Celebration

When: July 4, 2019 at 6pm. Fireworks begin at dusk.

Where: Ridgefield High School at 700 North Salem Road, Ridgefield, CT

Details: Picnic with friends and family. Fireworks begin at dusk.

Access: $20 Parking Pass

Rowayton Civic Association 4th of July Fireworks

When: July 4, 2019 at 9pm

Where: Bayley Beach- 11 Pine Point Road, Norwalk, CT

Details: Rowayton Fireworks will light up the sky from Bayley Beach The fireworks show will be launched from a barge beginning at approximately 9:00pm. The performance will last approximately 30 minutes.

Access for residents and non-residents: Access to parking at Bayley Beach will be according to daytime rules: vehicles with a Bayley Beach sticker will be admitted, a $40 Special Event Parking Fee will be charged to non-residents. 

Parking: Walking to the fireworks is encouraged. Parking is no longer allowed on the baseball field. All overflow parking will be located at Rowayton School. Drop off lane at the guard shack as you enter Bayley Beach, after you drop off passengers, then proceed to park at Rowayton School. Street parking is not allowed in the vicinity of Bayley Beach.

Stamford Independence Day Fireworks Show

When: July 6, 2019. Festivities 6pm. Fireworks 9pm. (rain date July 7)

Where: Cummings Park, Stamford, CT

Details: Enjoy music, food trucks and fireworks!

Parking: Click here for more details on parking.

Westport Independence Day Fireworks Celebration

When: July 3, 2019 (rain date July 5)

Where: Compo Beach, Westport, CT

Access: Fireworks tickets can be purchased at Westport Police Department, located at 50 Jesup Road and at the Westport Parks and Recreation office. The fee is $35.00 per car (limited ticket quantities available, on a first come, first served basis).  

Weston’s Family 4th Celebration 2019

When: July 4, 2019 at 4:30pm (Raindate July 5th)

Where: Weston Middle School Field at 135 School Road, Weston, CT

Details: Enjoy Food Trucks, Fireworks Display and Performances by the Westport Community Band Performance, The Magic Genie, Big Deal Rock. Bring your blanket or chair. Please arrive before 8pm to avoid the fireworks rush.

Access: $20 per car for parking and admission. $30 per car for priority parking (only 40 spots available). $5 for walk-in admission fee (kids 5 and under free).

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