LIST: All Of The 2021 Fourth Of July Fireworks Shows In Massachusetts


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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) —The coronavirus pandemic caused many events to be canceled. Now that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has announced that those who are fully vaccinated can resume to pre-pandemic activities, some cities and towns have adjusted their Fourth of July plans.

Here is the updated list of what each individual city and town has planned for July Fourth:

·Agawam will have a fireworks display through Six Flags on July 3.

·Amesbury will have a fireworks display at Woodsom Farm.

·Amherst will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Andover  will not have a fireworks display this year but plans to have a fireworks show at Andover’s 375 Anniversary in the fall.

·Ashland will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Attleboro made the decision in March to not have a fireworks show.

·Auburn will not have a fireworks display this year but there will be a concert series on July 8.

·Bedford will not have a fireworks display this year but is considering a postponed show.

·Boston is having a fireworks show through the Boston Pops in the Boston Common.

·Braintree is having a Fourth of July celebration but it will be held on Saturday, June 26

·Cambridge will not be hosting a fireworks display this year.

·Canton will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Chelmsford will not have fireworks but will host a parade on July 5.

·Chicopee is hosting a fireworks show on Saturday, June 26

·Clinton will be hosting its fireworks display this year on July 10.

·Concord will not have a fireworks display this year and all events are canceled for the holiday.

·Easthampton will not have a fireworks display this year.

·East Longmeadow is hosting its annual carnival, fireworks, and concert series from July 3 through 4. The town is planning on hosting “the largest Independence Parade in the Northeast.”

·Everett will be hosting its annual celebration on Friday, July 2nd at Glendale Park beginning.

·Falmouth will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Fairhaven will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Franklin will not have a fireworks display this year but will host a Blues Festival instead.

·Foxborough will not have a fireworks display this year. Instead there will be a fireworks display and live entertainment at Patriot Place at on July 2.

·Greenfield is hosting its Independence Day Celebration this year on July 2.

·Holyoke will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Hyannis is hosting its fireworks display this year.

·Lynn will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Marblehead will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Mashpee is hosting a fireworks display on July 1.

·Monson will not have a fireworks display this year.

·New Bedford is hosting a fireworks display off of State Pier on July 3.

·North Adams is hosting a fireworks display on July 4 around 9:30 p.m.

·North Attleboro is hosting a picnic for veterans through the YMCA.

·Northbridge will be hosting a delayed fireworks display on August 14.

·Orleans will host its 2021 Independence Day fireworks at Rock Harbor on July 10.

·Pittsfield will have a fireworks display at Wahconah Park on July 4 through the Pittsfield Suns.

·Plymouth will have fireworks July 5 at Pilgrim Memorial State Park.

·Provincetown will have its annual Independence Week at Crown & Anchor.

·Salem will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Sandwich will not have a fireworks display this year but will have a parade.

·South Hadley is hosting the fireworks display on Saturday, September 4th.

·Springfield will host its fireworks show this year..

·Swampscott will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Wakefield will not have a fireworks display this year.

·Walpole will not have a fireworks display this year

·Webster is having a fireworks display on July 3.

·Worcester will not have a fireworks display this year.


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