4th of July is here! There are lots of 4th of July festivities and fireworks happening in Westchester County. Wondering where to watch 4th of July Fireworks in Westchester this year? Check out our list of places to watch 4th of July fireworks. This guide has been updated for 2022.
Rye Playland Fireworks 2022
When: July 4, 2022. There are Friday Night Fireworks at Rye Playland after July 4th.
Where: Rye Playland, 1 Playland Parkway, Rye NY
Kensico Dam Fireworks 2022
When: July 3, 2022. Entertainment at 5 pm. Band Performs at 7 pm. Fireworks at 9:15pm.
Where: Kensico Dam Plaza is at the north end of the Bronx River Parkway in Valhalla, NY
Parking: Admission and parking are free. Carpooling is suggested.
Details: Bring blankets, chairs, and a picnic dinner!
Mamaroneck Fireworks 2022
When: July 4, 2022 (rain date July 5). Fireworks start around 9:15pm.
Where: Harbor Island Park, Mamaroneck, NY
Details: The Village of Mamaroneck Fire Department’s Annual Firemen’s Carnival in Harbor Island Park will take place each evening between 6:45pm and 11:30pm from June 24 through July 5. The Annual Firemen’s Parade is scheduled to kick off at 7pm and travel down Mamaroneck Avenue on June 29. The Annual Fireworks Display in Harbor Island Park on July 4. (Rain date is Monday, July 5.)
Tarrytown Fireworks 2022
When: July 4, 2021. Fireworks at dusk 8:15pm-9:30pm
Where: Fireworks can be seen from any of the Village Parks in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown
Harrison Fireworks 2022
There will be fireworks following the July 3rd Harrison Summer Concert Series band.
When: July 3, 2022.
Where: Oakland Avenue
Details: Fireworks will take place at the July 3rd Harrison’s Summer Concert series.
Pound Ridge Fireworks 2022
The Pound Ridge fireworks display is scheduled for Saturday, July 2 at the Town Park. There will be food trucks and music by DJ Dieter.
When: July 2, 2022.
Where: Town Park, Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridge, NY
Tickets: Beginning Monday, June 20, parking permits will be available through the Pound Ridge Police Department on a first-come, first-served basis, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Parking permits are free to Pound Ridge residents and are available to non-residents at a cost of $30 per car.
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