Believe it or not, Independence Day is less than a month away, and you know what that means: it's time for fireworks.

During Fourth of July weekend, fireworks will sound all over New Hampshire to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence, when our nation was officially born.

Here's a look at your official fireworks schedule for the Granite State. Did we miss anything? Feel free to reach out to let us know.


Location: At the foot of Newfound Lake

Date/Time: July 1 (Rain Date: July 2) at Dusk

Center Harbor

Location: Over Center Harbor Bay

Date/Time: July 4 at 9:15pm


Location: Garrison Hill and Maglaras Park

Date/Time: July 4 at dusk, around 9:15pm


Location: Crystal Lake Park

Date/Time: July 1 at 6pm


Location: Gorham Common/Main Street

Date/Time: July 4 at 10pm


Location: Top of B and C Streets

Date/Time: July 4 at 9:30pm


Location: Harrisville Pond

Date/Time: July 9 at Dusk


Location: Jackson Village Park Area

Date/Time: July 2 at 9pm


Location: Opechee Park

Date/Time: July 2 at 10pm


Location: Storrs Hill Ski Lodge or Church Street

Date/Time: July 4 at 9:20pm


Location: Remich Park

Date/Time: July 7 at Dark


Location: Merrimack High School

Date/Time: July 4 at 9:15pm

New Boston

Location: New Boston Celebration Fairgrounds

Date/Time: July 4 at 9:30pm

North Conway

Location: Schouler Park

Date/Time: July 4 at 9:30pm


Location: South Mill Pond

Date/Time: July 3 at 9:15pm


Location: Spaulding High School, James W. Foley Memorial Community Center

Date/Time: July 8 at 9pm


Location: Parsons Field

Date/Time: June 30 at 9pm


Location: Ka Brett School

Date/Time: July 1 at 9:30pm

Waterville Valley

Location: Waterville Valley Town Square

Date/Time: July 4 at 9:30pm

Weirs Beach

Location: Weirs Beach

Date/Time: July 3 at 11:59pm


Location: Over Wolfeboro Bay

Date/Time: July 4 at Dusk/9:30pm


Location: Community Field

Date/Time: July 4 at 10pm


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