Where To Find Fourth of July Fireworks

Written by on July 3, 2020

Where To Find Fourth of July Fireworks

By Megan Frank

July 3, 2020

Photo | Megan Frank / WLVR

While many Fourth of July festivities have been canceled this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are still plenty of places to catch some spectacular fireworks displays around the Lehigh Valley.

The IronPigs are hosting two drive-in fireworks shows this weekend at Coca-Cola Park starting at nine o’clock. Tickets are 10-dollars per car on Friday and 15-dollars on Saturday. Another drive-in show starts at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday at Dorney Park. 

Dorney Park’s drive-in fireworks show is on Saturday night at 9:30 p.m. Though the park is not yet open, guests are invited to park in the main lot. An optional $10 donation per car will benefit the Lehigh Valley Health Network COVID-19 Emergency Fund. Visit Dorney’s website to learn more.

An optional 10-dollar donation per car will benefit Lehigh Valley Health Networks COVID-19 Emergency Fund. 

In Bethlehem, fireworks begin at 9:15 p.m. on Saturday. The display sets off from Sand Island and can be viewed from various locations around the city. Spectators are advised to socially distance. 

If you prefer indoor fun, LegoLand Discovery Center, located at the Plymouth Meeting Mall in Montgomery County, will project fireworks displays inside its Mini-Land display room. To ensure social distancing, guests must select a time to visit ahead-of-time online.


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