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2019 Pittsburgh Area Fireworks: Where & When to Watch Them

This booming list of fireworks displays can help you get your fill of patriotism during the long holiday week.




photo by dave dicello
 

This Fourth of July, Pittsburgers can experience the city’s annual EQT-sponsored “Flashes of Freedom” fireworks display, beginning at 9:35 p.m. at Point State Park. The fireworks will be choreographed to a patriotic soundtrack, produced by Starfire Corporation for the third consecutive year.

Can’t make it downtown for the holiday? No worries, there are lots of other celebrations in the area throughout the week.

Allegheny County
·     Brentwood: Brentwood Park at 9:30 p.m. (July 4)
·     Carnegie: Carnegie Park at sunset (July 3)
·     Crafton: Crafton Park at 10 p.m. (June 30)
·     Findlay Township: Recreation and Sports Complex at 9:30 p.m. (July 3)
·     Hampton Township: Hampton Township Community Center (Upper Orchard) at 9 p.m. (July 3)
·     Lawrenceville: Arsenal Park at dusk (June 29)
·     Monroeville: Monroeville Mall Annex at 9:30 p.m. (July 4)
·     Moon Township: Moon Park at dusk (July 4)
·     Mt. Lebanon: Mt. Lebanon Main Park at 9:30 p.m. (July 4) (Rain date: July 5 at 9:30 p.m.)
·     Pittsburgh: Point State Park at 9:35 p.m. (July 4)
·     Robinson Township: Burkett Sports and Recreation Complex at dusk (July 4)
·     Ross Township: Ross Township Municipal Center at approximately 9:30 p.m. (June 30)
·     Saxonburg: New Life Christian Ministries at dusk (July 3)
·     Scott Township: Scott Park at 9:30 p.m. (July 4)
·     South Fayette: Fairview Park and Boyce Mayview Park at dusk (July 4)
·     Shaler Township: Kiwanis Park at 9:30 p.m. (July 4)
·     Upper St. Clair: Fairview Park and Boyce Mayview Park at dusk (July 4)
·     West Mifflin: Kennywood Park every night approximately 15 minutes before closing (June 30 – July 4)

Butler County
·     Butler: Big Butler Fairgrounds at dusk (July 4)
·     Mars: Downtown Mars at approximately 9:15 p.m. (July 4)
·     Zelienople: Zelienople Community Park at dusk (July 4)

Washington County
·     Bentleyville: Richardson Park at dusk (June 29)
·     Canonsburg: Canonsburg Memorial Stadium at 10 p.m. (July 4)
·     McDonald: Heritage Park at dusk (July 5)
·     Monongahela: Monongahela Aquatorium at 9:45 p.m. (July 4)

Westmoreland County
·     Latrobe: Legion Keener Park at 10 p.m. (July 4)
·     Ligonier: Idlewild Park and Soakzone at 9:30 p.m. (July 4)
·     Mount Pleasant: Mount Pleasant Gazebo at dusk (July 3)
·     New Kensington: Downtown New Kensington at dusk (July 6)

Fayette County
·     Brownsville: Patsy Hillman Park at dusk (July 3)
·     Farmington: Nemacolin Woodlands Resort at dusk (July 4)
·     Uniontown: Uniontown Mall at dusk (June 30)

Somerset County
·     Seven Springs: Seven Springs Mountain Resort at 9:30 p.m. (July 3)

Greene County
·     Waynesburg: Greene County Fairgrounds at 9:30 p.m.(July 4)

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