2015 NJ Fireworks Guide

 
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N.J. Fireworks Guide Updated, June 29, 2015. Today we’re updating our guide to fireworks in New Jersey for the the 4th of July. This page lists our choices for the Best Fireworks in New Jersey. Be sure and check back for the latest information. We update the information constantly and add more events as we go along. Every day some information changes and make adjustments and corrections as needed.


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Fireworks by Region

Best NJ Fireworks

Top 10, Photos & More

North Jersey Fireworks

Bergen, Hudson, Essex, Morris, Passaic, Sussex & Warren County

Central Jersey Fireworks

Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset & Union County

South Jersey Fireworks

Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester & Salem County

Jersey Shore Fireworks

Atlantic, Cape May, Ocean & Monmouth County

Eastern PA Fireworks

Philadelphia, Bucks County & More

4th of July Guide

4th of July Parades, Concerts and More


NJ Fireworks by Date

NJ Fireworks Calendar

Find fireworks on our New Jersey 4th of July Calendar

NJ Fireworks List & Map

Find fireworks on our Events Map & List


Best N.J. Fireworks

Here are our choices for the 10 Best Fireworks Displays in New Jersey for 2015. We’ve tried to be fair and pick a great show for every region of the state. This year, some small town celebrations have made it onto the list as the Best Fireworks Displays in New Jersey.

  1. Califon Fireman’s Carnival

    The Califon Fireman’s Carnival will open on Monday, June 29 and run through Saturday, July 4, 2015. The fireworks finale is on Wednesday July 1, and Friday July 3, 2015...
  2. Ocean City July 4th

    2015 Ocean City 4th of July. The celebration of Independence Day goes on for days in Ocean City. Here’s a short run-down of the activities. On Wednesday, July 1st, the festivities...
  3. Princeton Fireworks

    Princeton will stage their fireworks this year on Thursday, July 2nd, 2015. The best viewing spot for the fireworks is at the Princeton University sports field, next to the stadium. The...
  4. Wildwoods 4th of July

    The 4th of July Celebration in the Wildwoods features 3 days of free events, live entertainment and two fireworks displays on the beachfront at the amusement park. The long holiday...
  5. Mount Holly Independence Day Celebration

    Mount Holly Mayor Rich DiFolco announced that Mount Holly Township will be hosting a 2015 Independence Day Celebration on Friday, July 3, 2015 from 5 to 10:30 p.m. The celebration...
  6. Lake Hopatcong Fireworks

    The Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club has been putting on a fireworks display on the lake since the early 1950′s. This year, they will stage the display on Friday July 3,...
  7. Maplewood July 4th

    Maplewood has a very long tradition (a 112 year tradition) of making a big deal of the 4th of July. This year they will observe the holiday on Saturday, July...
  8. Florham Park July 4th

    Florham Park has been throwing a party for the 4th of July for over 50 years and it seems that everything is lined up for another great festival this year....
  9. Summit July 4th

    Summit celebrates the 4th of July with a full day of activities that include a parade, kids concerts, a carnival, a concert and a grand fireworks display sponsored in part...
  10. Montclair July 4th

    Montclair will host its 65th annual Independence Day events on Saturday, July 4, 2015. The festivities include a full day of events like: a parade, a family picnic and fireworks...

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New Jersey Fireworks Photos & Videos

 

 

Our 4th of July Guide is coming along quite well.


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New Jersey Regions Map © 2013 BestofNJ.com

Fireworks by Region

Best NJ Fireworks

Top 10, Photos & More

North Jersey Fireworks

Bergen, Hudson, Essex, Morris, Passaic, Sussex & Warren County

Central Jersey Fireworks

Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset & Union County

South Jersey Fireworks

Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester & Salem County

Jersey Shore Fireworks

Atlantic, Cape May, Ocean & Monmouth County

Eastern PA Fireworks

Philadelphia, Bucks County & More

4th of July Guide

4th of July Parades, Concerts and More


New NJ Fireworks Listings & Feedback:

Our pyrotechnic features are some our most popular and most labor intensive. It takes months to put these features together. With the helpful information that our readers and town clerks have given us, we’ve been able to list a lot of new events for 2015. We realize that your favorite display may not have made the cut, but you are more than welcome to make your own nominations by leaving us a comment below.

Helpful NJ Fireworks Tips:

It is always wise to check the information on each event yourself before you travel any great distance. Fireworks displays do get cancelled and you should confirm the details if the weather looks iffy. You can easily check the borough, city or township web site or Facebook page before you go. We also get times

Fireworks Displays almost always cause traffic nightmares. My advice is go early, park in a location as far away from the fireworks as possible but as close as possible to a major road. The other tactic is to just use a shuttle bus if any is available. My last suggestion for the traffic issues is to do some meditation the week before you go or to take a legal but effective chill pill.

Tips for Great Fireworks Photos My advice is do some study about the basics of great fireworks photography. The simplest things to remember is that you need a tripod, a automatic shutter release and long exposures. Another important fact is to make sure that you pick a good spot. You will need to get to the location very early and determine where the fireworks are being staged. Plan your shots by estimating how far or close you need to be and do some preliminary shots to see if everything looks OK.

Other NJ Fireworks Information:

This year the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks have been moved to the other side of Manhattan again and that will change how a lot of New Jersey towns stage their own displays. Our Jersey Fireworks Calendar is one that has been filling up day by day.

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