Hudson Valley's 4th of July Celebrations



A county-by-county list of fireworks and fun!

Fireworks, Summer fun

"For the land of the free and the home of the brave!"

The Hudson Valley continues its tradition of fireworks and celebrations for Independence Day. Check out our list below to find an event near you.

**Please double check all dates and times before heading out to an event.

west point fireworks
Source: West Point Fireworks

Orange County

Maybrook – June 28, 6pm.
Village of Maybrook’s “Kick-off the 4th of July Celebration 2024”.
Live Music, Food and Fireworks! Frederick Myers Veterans Memorial Park. 

Middletown – July 3, 7pm. 
2024 Stars & Stripes Celebration.
Entertainment with DJ Echo starting at 7pm, and our spectacular firework show at dark! This event is free to the public! Fancher Davidge Park.

Port Jervis – July 35pm.
Port Jervis Food Truck and Fireworks Festival.
Food trucks, fireworks and music from 5pm to 10pm, bring a chair and enjoy the evening. Riverside Park.

Newburgh – July 3, 6pm.
Town of Newburgh Community Day.
Local food, family games, fireworks, and other enjoyable activities. Algonquin Park/Cronomer Park.

July 4 – Cornwall. 10am.
Cornwall 4th of July
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A full day of family fun & FESTIVITIES! Artisan Craft Faire, kids’ art exhibit, food vendors, inflatable fun zone, firehouse breakfast, pet show, children’s games, 2nd Annual Duck Derby, kids’ pie eating contest, live music, parade, Flag Ceremony, pageant, raffle, and fireworks. See website for events schedule. 

July 4 – Vails Gate. 10am.
Independence Day Celebration at Knox’s Headquarters
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At Knox’s Headquarters house tours at 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm, and the firing of a small cannon at 1pm & 4pm. Knox’s Headquarters State Historic Site.

July 4 – New Windsor. 10am. 
Independence Day Celebration at New Windsor Cantonment
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At New Windsor Cantonment, a military drill and cannon firing at 2pm, followed by children’s musket drill. At 3pm, visitor assisted reading of the Declaration of Independence followed by another military demonstration. New Windsor Cantonment.

July 4 – Goshen. 10am. 
Red, White & BOOM!
Watch the fireworks transform into LEGO® bricks, dance to live music, build with LEGO, eat some themed foods, watch shows & more! All event activities are included in regular-day admission. Weather Permitting. LEGOLAND New York Resort. 

July 5 – Washingtonville. 5pm.
Food, Fire, & Fun Festival 2024
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A true international taste of every cuisine you can imagine! Over twenty food trucks, a Spirit Garden for adult libations, The Tumble Bus, face painting and henna, toys and games for kids, a Holistic Wellness section and more! Topped off by the always amazing fireworks show to cap off a great night! Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the festivities! Rain Date: Saturday, July 6th. L Vern Allen Park. 

July 6-7 – Goshen. 9am.
Great American Weekend.

Fun for all ages, over 20K people a day stroll the nine-acre village surrounding the First Presbyterian Church. Great American Weekend is a two-day event that offers over 170 vendors, live music, delicious food, and activities for all ages! Free admissions! First Presbyterian Church.

July 6 – Greenwood Lake. 10am.
Celebrate America Parade, Antique Car Show, and Fireworks
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The Car Meet and Artisan Fair will be held from 10am – 3pm. In addition to the offerings of vendors and food trucks, there will be a car show, DJ entertainment, and family activities. 
Later that day, just after dusk, prepare yourself for Greenwood Lake’s annual fireworks display on Orange County’s largest freshwater lake! Church of the Good Shepherd and Waterfront Park, 

July 6 – West Point. 7:30pm.
Independence Day Celebration with the West Point Band.

There’s no better way to celebrate America’s independence than with the Army’s oldest band! Grab a blanket, bring a picnic, and enjoy a wide variety of music ranging from traditional field music to today’s popular hits, and everything in between, performed by the world-class Soldier-Musicians of the West Point Band. As always, this performance concludes with a spectacular fireworks display over the Hudson River. Trophy Point Amphitheater.

July 4 - Hyde Park. 10am.
Hyde Park Independence Day Parade.
The 2024 theme is Celebrating 50 years of Music in the Parks. Line up at 9am, step off is at 10am from the Roosevelt Cinemas, and ends at Town Hall. Awards immediately following the parade at Town Hall.

July 4 - Poughkeepsie. 6pm.
July 4th Fireworks Spectacular.
When you’re on the Walkway on July 4, you see fireworks at eye level from 212 feet above the Hudson River on the World’s Longest Elevated Pedestrian Bridge. The bridge will be open to ticket holders for an unobstructed view of the City of Poughkeepsie fireworks display. Space is strictly limited at this event and tickets are required for all attendees. Children 12 and under are free but must reserve a ticket online in advance for admittance. Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park.

July 4 - Poughkeepsie. 7pm.
Independence Day Celebration at Mid-Hudson Discovery Museum!
Enjoy front row viewing of the July 4th fireworks along the Hudson River, reserved on-site parking, a covered picnic area, AND fun inside the Mid-Hudson Discovery Museum before the big show! Price is per car, so pack up the family and friends and come down to the Poughkeepsie Waterfront! HURRY! Tickets are going fast and spots in our lot WILL sell out. Mid-Hudson Discovery Museum.

July 4-6 - Wappingers Fall. 7:05pm.
Hudson Valley Renegades vs. Brooklyn Cyclones with fireworks
Come out and celebrate America's Independence with some baseball and super fireworks! Heritage Financial Park.

July 4 - Beacon. 8:30pm
City of Beacon Fourth of July Fireworks.
The fireworks display for 2024 will take place at dusk at Memorial Park. Memorial Park.

July 4 - Amenia. 8:50pm
4th of July Fireworks Show

Join Four Brothers Drive-In for our annual 4th of July fireworks show, happening right after the first movie! Come early for live music and delicious food & drinks and stick around for a spectacular fireworks show in between the movie showings!! Four Brothers Drive-In parking lot.

July 5 – Hopewell Junction. 7pm.
Outdoor concert and fireworks. The East Fishkill Summer Concert Series continues with a performance by Adam and the Newhearts at 7 p.m. Hear all your rock n' roll favorites from the 50s and 60s, followed by a fireworks show. Free admission. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets. Hopewell Recreation Field.

Ulster County

June 29 - Kingston. 11am.
Let Freedom Ring.
Participate in commemorating American Independence at Senate House! There will be famous American music, and an Independence Ceremony featuring readings of important speeches on American Independence. Senate House.

July 3 - Middletown. 6pm.
Town of Wallkill Independence Day Fireworks and Drone Display.
Food Trucks and DJ Jason Jaso. Town of Wallkill Golf Course.

July 4 - Kingston. 8am.
Kingston’s 4th of July Celebration.
A pancake breakfast, live music in the park, an alcoholic beverage tent, children’s activities, a 4th of July parade, fireworks, and so much more – all happening in the city of Kingston! Bring your friends and family for a day full of fun! Visit https://kingston4thofjuly.org/#home and scroll down for all of the festivities, locations, and times.

July 4 - Highland. 7pm.
July 4th Fireworks Spectacular.
When you’re on the Walkway on July 4, you see fireworks at eye level from 212 feet above the Hudson River on the World’s Longest Elevated Pedestrian Bridge. The bridge will be open to ticket holders for an unobstructed view of the City of Poughkeepsie fireworks display. Space is strictly limited at this event and tickets required for all attendees. Children 12 and under are free but must reserve a ticket online in advance for admittance. Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park.

July 4 - Saugerties. 10pm.
July 4th Parade and Fireworks.
Parade in town at 11am (Washington Ave. & Market St.). Line-up is 10am. Fireworks at 10pm at Cantine Field, following Saugerties Stallions game.

Sullivan County

July 4 - Liberty. 10am.
2024 Liberty 4th of July.
4th of July parade, fireworks show, entertainment, artisans and crafters. The fun begins at 10am and concludes with fireworks starting at 9:15pm. Main St.

July 4 - Ellenville & Napanoch. 12 & 9:30pm.

4th of July Parade and Fireworks

The parade kicks off at noon, in downtown Ellenville. The parade route will be on Canal St. and Center St. Fireworks begin at 9:30pm, at the Joseph Y. Resnick airport, 199 Airport Road, Napanoch.

July 4 - Narrowsburg. 3pm.
Narrowsburg 4th of July Parade.
Narrowsburg’s annual Firemen’s Parade takes place on Thursday, July 4 at 3 pm. The parade lines up on Bridge Street. The parade route includes Erie Ave, Main Street, and Bridge Street. Followed by Chicken BBQ (get your advance tickets from your local firefighter before they're sold out!). Bridge St.

July 6 - Roscoe. 10am.
Roscoe 4th of July Celebration.
Join the RRFD Ladies Auxiliary in our annual 4th of July Parade. Starts at Roscoe Central School down Highland Ave and finishing at the Roscoe-Rockland Fire Dept. Vendor Fair 10am-3pm. Family activities 11-2. Roscoe Central School.

July 6 - Town of Fallsburg. 6pm
Town of Fallsburg 4th of July Celebration.

Petting zoo, live music, magic, inflatables and more. Fireworks start at 9:45pm. Morningside Park.

July 6 - Narrowsburg. 9pm.
Narrowsburg 4th of July Fireworks Display
Narrowsburg Fireworks Display. Saturday, July 6 at dusk. Visible from Main Street, Pete’s Plaza, the Narrowsburg Bridge, and the Beach Lake river access. 

7/2/2024



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