4th of July 2016 Fireworks Allentown, PA

By blogsadmin | Posted in Community on Saturday, June 11th, 2016 at 3:59 pm
4th of July 2016 Fireworks Allentown, PA

Have some fun this 4th of July holiday with fireworks and celebrations in the Lehigh Valley! We’ve updated our guide for 2016 so that you can find a fireworks show near Allentown or Orwigsburg for the whole family to enjoy!

July 4th Fireworks & Street Festival

July 4, 2016* • J. Birney Crum Stadium, Allentown

*Based on previous years. Call or visit website for updates.

Head out to Allentown for their Fourth of July Street Festival and musical fireworks show at 9:15 p.m.! Things get started at 5:30 p.m. at J. Birney Crum Stadium; enjoy performances from XCAPE Hip Hop Dancers, Sharon Plessl School of Dance, Scott Marshall’s Highway Band, Danny V’s 52nd Street Band, UUU Party Band, The Allentown Municipal Band and the Tim Harakal Trio.

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Fourth on the Field

July 4, 2016* • Coca-Cola Park, Allentown

*Based on previous years. Call or visit website for updates.

Another great option in Allentown for the 4th! Head out to Coca-Cola Park from 6 to 9 p.m. for an Independence Day carnival with food from local and regional food vendors, live music and family-friendly entertainment. Tickets are just $6. The “largest fireworks display in Coca-Cola Park history” begins at 9:00 p.m.!

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Bethlehem 4th of July Fireworks

July 4, 2016* • Sand Island, Bethlehem

*Based on 2015 information. Call or visit website for updates.

After a concert in Payrow Plaza at City Hall at 7:30 p.m. by the Bethlehem Municipal Band, view the fireworks show from Sand Island at 9:00 p.m.

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Cement Belt Fair

June 27-July 2, 2016 • Cementon Park, Whitehall*

*Based on 2015 information. Call or visit website for updates.

Get some fireworks in before the 4th! Whitehall’s Cement Belt Fair includes a fireworks show, petting zoo, rides, an eating contest and more.

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Upper Macungie Township Independence Day

July 2, 2016 • Earl Adams Memorial Park (Breinigsville Park), Breinigsville

Come out to Breinigsville for live music and concessions and stay for the famous fireworks by Carl Schmoyer III of the Schmoyer Funeral Home in Breinigsville. Patriotic readings begin approximately at 9:10 p.m. with the fireworks show starting at dusk!

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SteelStacks Independence Day

July 4, 2016 • SteelStacks, Bethlehem

SteelStacks will host a free concert from the Allentown Band at 7:30 p.m. and a fireworks show after the concert!

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July Fireworks Display

July 2, 2016 • Gumtown Park, New Bethlehem

View a spectacular fireworks display from the banks of Redbank Creek while enjoying Gumtown Park along Water Street in New Bethlehem. Entertainment from the Leatherwood Band will be provided beginning at 7 p.m.; there will also be arts, crafts and more for families to enjoy. Fireworks show at dusk.

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Annual Frackville Area Fireworks Display

July 3, 2016 • Frackville Little League Field, Frackville

This street festival starts at 4 p.m., with streets above Pine Street closing to cars at 7:30 p.m. Food will be available to purchase. Fireworks display at dusk.

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67th Annual Kutztown Folk Festival

July 2-10, 2016 • Kutztown Fairgrounds, Kutztown

Featuring food and drink, entertainment, kids’ stuff, quilts, crafts, history, camping and a Fourth of July Parade, the Kutztown Folk Festival is a great way to celebrate the long Independence Day holiday.

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Fonthill’s Fourth of July Celebration

July 4, 2016 • Fonthill Castle, Doylestown

This event features family fun, old-fashioned games, crafts, entertainment, live music and eating contests, all for only $5. Celebrate an old-fashioned Independence Day between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. and then head back home for fireworks in the evening!

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Easton Heritage Day 2016

July 10, 2016 • Easton

Extend your 4th of July holiday even longer with Heritage Day in Easton! Easton, PA was one of three places where the Declaration of Independence had its first public reading on July 8, 1776. For that reason, Easton celebrates Independence Day a little later than the rest – but there’s still a full-day family festival with activities for kids and a fireworks display to conclude the evening.

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Whew! Did we miss anyone? Tell us about it in the comments and add to our guide for the 4th of July 2016!

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