Below is a list of places you can see fireworks this to celebrate Independence Day 2013. Please note actual date for each event as some town’s have their fireworks the day before/after the actual fourth of July. Raleigh is also having fireworks at two different times the same night during their celebration this year. There is a link next to each town listed that will take you to the event website for additional details. Happy 4th!!
Fireworks in the Triangle 2013
Brier Creek (Raleigh) – Info
Enjoy fun for the whole family at Brier Creek Commons and Brierdale Shopping Center this July 4th. Earth Fare is having a Stars and Stripes event on Thursday from 4-8pm. Activities include outdoor grilling, bounce house, kids activities, games, contests. With one $5.00 purchase from prepared foods up to 6 kids eat FREE! After dark, enjoy the Fireworks at Brier Creek. The fireworks can be viewed from the parking lots at Brier Creek Commons and Brierdale Shopping Center.
Cary – Info
Koka Booth Ampitheatre – 3:00 – 10:00pm July 4 – music and fireworks. Patriotic performances and music combined with family-friendly activities. As the last note fades, Booth Amphitheatre will cap off the celebration with an incredibly spectacular fireworks display. Tarps, blankets & chairs allowed within venue gates; staking and tents are not permitted. Concert is FREE and open to the public.
Chapel Hill – Info
Fireworks at Keenan Stadium gates open at 7 PM July 4th, fireworks at 9:30 PM.
Clayton – Info
The Clayton Parks & Recreation is hosting their annual July 4th Celebration on Thursday, July 4th at the Municipal Park on Stallings Street in Clayton. Activities begin at 4:30pm with family field events, a Basketball Skills Competition, Free Ice Cream and Watermelon, a Cornhole Tournament and live music. Get sprayed down by the Clayton Fire Department (a kid favorite!) Fireworks at 9:15 p.m.
Durham – Info
Durham Bulls Baseball Durham Bulls are playing a home games on July 4th and 5th. The baseball games start at 6:05pm. The Durham Bulls will have a patriotic firework display after both the July 4th and July 5th games.
Fuquay Varina – Info
Music, kid’s games and fireworks at Fuquay Varina’s South Park – 820 N. Main Street. July 3rd, gates open at 6 PM.
Garner – Info
Lake Benson Park – NC Symphony will perform. Gates open at 5pm and will have fireworks after dark July 5th (Moved due to weather forecast).
Holly Springs – Info
July 5th Independence Day celebration at Snugg Farm Park 5-9:30pm. Musical entertainment, Food vendors, Inflatables and games, Fireworks, Face Painting and Other Games, Cornhole Tournament. The fireworks show is slated to begin at 9:15 p.m.
Morrisville – Info
Kick off your Independence Day celebration with a fireworks display in Morrisville Community Park July 3rd. Bring your blankets, chairs and snacks to enjoy the spectacular show.
North Hills (Raleigh) – Info
The Free Beach Music series held each Thursday at North Hills from 6-9pm will feature fireworks after the performance this Thursday July 4th.
Raleigh – Info
Independence Day Celebration featuring two firework displays! First, during the day starting at noon celebrate July 4th with live music, Beer/Wine tent, kids rides and games, Gouge Wrestling, street performers, eating contests, food and art vendors, Picnic on Fayetteville Street and much more! Fireworks will light up the sky two times!! First at 9:15 – Fireworks (Fayetteville Street ) AND 10:10 – Fireworks (Red Hat Amphitheater)
Rolesville – Info
July 4th – Rolesville’s annual Independence Day event will be held this summer on the ball fields at Rolesville Community Park on Redford Place (behind Food Lion).
Wake Forest – Info
Fireworks Spectacular on Wednesday, July 3, at Heritage High School, 1150 Forestville Road.
Zebulon – Info
The Carolina Mudcats will hold fireworks displays on Wednesday July 3rd, Thursday July 4th, and Friday July 5th at Five County Stadium. Gates will open at 6 p.m. each night for the 7:15 p.m. games, with fireworks and patriotic music to follow the games’ conclusion.