Here are the July 4th fireworks South of Boston and on the South shore for 2017 ! More events will be added-if you know of fireworks or town celebrations please share them on our facebook page. Day by Day guide for fireworks
Braintree MA 4th of July Celebration Saturday July 1st
THE STARS AND STRIPES PARADE STEPS OFF AT 11:45AM
The parade begins at the Hollis School, 482 Washington St, continues south down Washington St, turns right onto Washington St at South Braintree Square, turns right onto Franklin St, turns left onto the Braintree High School access road and ends.
A celebration at Braintree High School fields begins at 2pm , featuring food, carnival rides, a drum corps exhibition, and a live music starting at 2 pm. .Fireworks at 10:00pm
ALL EVENTS ARE HELD On Tuesday July 4th
PARADE – Downtown – 10:00 AM
ARTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL
Bridgewater State University
On “The Quad” at Boyden Hall
10:00AM-2:00PM (immediately after parade)
CALL 508-443-4155 FOR MORE INFORMATION
FIREWORKS – Legion Field (Rte. 18) – 9:30 PM Rain Date is July 5th!
Brockton Fair fireworks
Fireworks on , Sunday July 3rd and Monday July 4th
Canton’s July 4th Celebration & Fireworks Display
Irish Cultural Centre | 200 New Boston Drive | Canton, MA
6PM Inflatables, Face Painting, and Airbrush Tattoos
7PM Concert featuring Classic Trax
Food and beverages available for purchase at the Irish Cultural Centre Pub
The Duxbury 4th of July Parade starts at 2:00 PM in Duxbury’s Halls Corner and travels down Washington Street to the Duxbury High School. Prizes are awarded for community floats. Free Admission.
Hanover will have it Fireworks celebration on Saturday June 24th at 9:15pm at Sylvester Field on Route 139
The Halifax Fireworks Family Fun Day will continue in the evening from 6pm to 9pm on Saturday, July 1, featuring food and festivities with fireworks at 9pm.
Fireworks 9pm at Hingham beach-checkout the whole afternoon of events on Saturday July 1st
Watch the city’s 4th of July fireworks from the best seat in town – the USS Massachusetts. Tickets are $5.00 per person. There is no smoking, drugs or weapons of any kind allowed Battleship Cove. For security reasons, there will be no coolers or book bags allowed. Purses and diaper bags are subject to search prior to entry. Fireworks are weather dependent. In the event of a cancellation, the city will determine whether to reschedule. Battleship Cove is not responsible for rescheduling or cancellations. No refunds will be issued. Tickets are available in advance at the Battleship Cove Visitor Center and Museum Store
Sunday, July 3: 9:00 PM
Celebrate your independence following the Harvard Pilgrim Finish at the 50 5K, 10K and Kids Fun Run with a fireworks spectacular at Patriot Place.
The fireworks show begins at 9:00 PM, lasting more than 20 minutes, and is accompanied by a musical score available on Dean College Radio, Power 88 FM (88.3 FM), or by streaming online at www.power883.org. The fireworks can be seen in the shadow of Gillette Stadium throughout Patriot Place’s North Marketplace and parking lots. Parking is free.
No official fireworks but several families have put on fireworks on July 3rd where you can see them from Brant Rock, Rexhame and Green Harbor beaches
Sunday, July 2nd Open 6pm-11pm ( FIREWORKS @ 10pm)
Saturday June 24th Hutchinson’s Field on Adam’s St. 9:30 part of the We are Milton Music fest celebration
New Bedford fireworks
Tuesday July 4th 9:00 PM Barge in New Bedford Harbor – 7 Fish Island
4th of July road race 7:30
July 4, 2017 – 9:30 am
Parade Begins at Mayflower Business Park
428-430 Court Street
July 4, 2016
Fireworks will begin @ 9:00-9:15PM
depending on night sky
Monday July 3rd 2017 parade: Great Moments in American History will be filled with floats, bands and patriotism. The parade kicks off at 7pm. and fireworks follow from behind Randolph High School approximately 9:30pm
July 3rd 9pm
Stoughton’s Annual 3rd of July Fireworks! Featuring the carnival, Rock N Roll Racing and of course music from Ronnie Lewis and the Expedition!
The annual Weymouth Fourth of July event will be held on Sunday July 3rd at the George Lane Beach in North Weymouth. Attracting a record crowd each year, the event will feature musical groups, novelty vendors, moon walk structures for children and concession stands featuring a wide array of food choices. The highlight of the event is the fireworks display conducted over Weymouth’s waterfront at approximately 9:30pm.
There will be a free shuttle service from the McCulloch Building/Whipple Senior Center, 182 Green Street, starting at 5:00p.m. Returning trips will start after the fireworks display.
Secret Spots to watch Boston POPs Esplande Fireworks on July 4th
Arnold Arboretum — Over in Jamaica Plain, grab a blanket and head to the top of Peter’s Hill in the Arboretum to peep the fireworks show far away from the Esplanade crowds.
Castle Island — Venture out to Castle Island. The park overlooks the Boston Harbor, and if its a clear night, you’ll be able to see other towns’ fireworks along with Boston’s own show on the Esplanade.
Great Prospect Hill in Weymouth
Hutchinson Field in Milton has an ok view
Faulkner Hospital roof top