Our South Jersey Fireworks Guide is being updated today, June 18, 2015. We will continue updating through the guide all the way up to and past the 4th of July.

South NJ Fireworks by Date

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South Jersey Fireworks by County:

NJ Fireworks by Date

  • NJ Fireworks Calendar: This Calendar shows you when fireworks are being held on a day by day, week by week basis.
  • NJ Fireworks List & Map: This list & map shows you where & when fireworks are being held all across the entire state of New Jersey.

Helpful NJ Fireworks Tips

  • Always confirm the time and location of your chosen event. We sometimes make mistakes and sometimes displays are cancelled or delayed. Before you travel a long distance, check the details on the with the town or the sponsoring organization.
  • Get there early and park so that you can get out easily. We always try to park as close as we can to a big thoroughfare. This might mean that you will have to walk a good distance to the event site.
  • Leave early if you can. Have everything ready to go when you get to the finale.

If you want to help us and your fellow readers, please leave a comment below. There will be a lot of changes in this feature in the next few days with the thunderstorms and a possible hurricane passing us this weekend.

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This is a story that we look forward to all year long and that we prepare for months in advance. We are striving this year to make the guide simpler and smaller. We’ve kept the descriptions on this page smaller and provided links to pages that give you more detail.

A new feature this year is our new Best New Jersey Fireworks Poll. Be sure and let us know who you think stages the best fireworks display in South Jersey.

We’ve been traveling all over Jersey for years photographing fireworks and we’ve included some of our shots from our travels. If you have any that you’d like to share, we would love to see them. If you want to contribute to the feature, please feel free to leave a comment below or contact us. We would love to hear your tips about fireworks and celebrations in your area. If you have a question about a July 4th event, just ask us.

Burlington County Fireworks

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Burlington County

Bordentown Fireworks:

Friday, July 3, 2015, Free: Bordentown will stage a fireworks display and community celebration on Friday, July 3 2015. The Bordentown Independence Day celebration will feature: giveaways, a dunk tank, a Super 50/50, kids games and a moon bounce. There will be concert featuring Funk & Roll. There will local food vendors like: LaGalleria, Rita’s Water Ice, the … Big Boom in Bordentown

Evesham July 4th Fireworks, 5K Run & Parades:

(Saturday, July 4, 2015, Free) Evesham Township will celebrate the 4th with a long day of festivities that includes a 5K run, a kid’s bike parade, a 4th of July Parade, paratroopers and fireworks. The fun begins early in the morning with the Marlton Mayor’s Cup Run starts at 8:30 a.m. and there will be … Evesham Celebrates the 4th

Florence Township NJ Fireworks, Parade & Concert:

Saturday, July 12, 2014, Free: Florence Township will celebrate Independence Day on July the 12th, 2014 with a full day of festivities. There will be a flag raising ceremony, a parade, a concert and a fireworks display. The day begins at 11:00 a.m. with the … Fireworks in Florence

Fort Dix Fireworks:

Saturday, July 4, 2015, Free: The Fort Dix Fireworks are back on track for 2015. The Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst will host the annual Fourth of July celebration from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. on Friday, July 4 at the Doughboy Field parade ground. The event is free and open to the public. Entertainment will include bounce … Fireworks @ the Fort

Medford Fireworks:

Medford will host its 2015 Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks Display on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at Freedom Park on Union Street. The park will open at 5:00 p.m. for a community festival featuring: a kid’s activity zone with games, races and activities led by the YMCA Camp Ockanickon, a food court, vendors and live entertainment. Performing … Medford on July 2, 2015

Valenzano Fireworks Festival:

Valenzano Winery will host their Fireworks Festival on Friday, July  3rd, 2015.  This will be their fourth consecutive year hosting the event. This year’s event promises to be their best yet. The event will feature live music from The Bullzeye Band, DJ to the Stars Brian Basara, convenient parking, entertainment for the kids, low altitude fireworks, food vendors, kids … Fireworks & Wine

NJ Events: Camden Fireworks on the Delaware River & Battleship NJ

Camden County Fireworks

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Camden County

Audubon NJ July 4th Parade & Fireworks:

Saturday July 4, 2015, Free: Audubon New Jersey will celebrate Independence Day on Saturday, July 4, 2015. The parade starts at 8:30 in the morning at Amherst Road and Paris Avenue and ends at the reviewing stand at Audubon High School. The parade goes on rain or shine except for severe weather. The parade features the mayor and commissioners, string … Audubon Independence Day Parade & More

Barrington Fireworks:

The Borough of Barrington will sponsor a 3-day community parade and fireworks display to celebrate our country’s independence on July 2 – July 4, 2015.  Barrington Fireworks

Camden NJ Freedom Festival:

Friday through Monday, July 3-6, 2015, Free: Camden celebrates our nation’s independence with four full days of events. The festivities will run Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday, July 3, 4, 5, 6, 2015. Everyday there will be ongoing events like free concerts in Wiggins Park, military displays … Camden Freedom Festival on the Waterfront

Collingswood NJ July 4th Fireworks, Decorating Contest & Concert:

Saturday, July 4, 2015, Free: Collingswood celebrates the 4th of July with a wide range of events that go on all day long. The preparations go on for several days if not weeks for the annual Collingswood House Decorating Contest is judged in the morning and the winners are announced at the concert and fireworks display that evening. You’ll find not just houses … Collingswood on the 4th of July

Haddon Township Fireworks:

Haddon Township will celebrate Independence Day with a fireworks display at the football stadium on Saturday, July 4, 2015. There will be live music, bounces for the kids and refreshments. Admission is free. The fireworks … The 4th in Haddon

Haddonfield NJ Fireworks & Parade:

There is a parade on Friday morning and a fireworks display on Friday night. The Haddonfield Celebrations Committee sponsors a fireworks display at the Camden County Park area … Haddonfield Fireworks & Parade

Cumberland County Fireworks

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Cumberland County

Cumberland County Fair: No 2015 Fireworks

The Cumberland County Fair in years past did stage a fireworks display. They no longer do. I guess people in South Jersey just don’t like fireworks. The fair is a great regional event with 4H Displays, classic cars, hay rides, carnival rides, live music and entertainment and pig races. They are not staging fireworks this year because they are sponsoring a mud bog event.

Gloucester County Fireworks

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Gloucester County

Pitman NJ Fireworks, Parade & Freedom Run:

Saturday, July 4, 2015, $3.00: Pitman celebrates the 4th with a host of events that last all day long. Saturday, July 4, 2015 the day starts with the 33rd Annual Pitman Freedom Four Mile at 8:45 a.m. The race starts and ends near the Broadway Theatre. There will be prizes in several age groups. The Pitman 4th of … Pitman Parade & More

Wenonah 4th of July Parade, Celebrations & Concert:

Wenonah celebrates the 4th for 2 days. They begin on Friday, July 3, 2015 with a softball game and continue on the 4th with a parade, field games, a community get together, a 5K run, a concert. The celebration begins early in the morning with the sounding of the church bells at … Wenonah Starts Early

Washington Township NJ Fireworks & Concert:

Washington Township will host a fireworks display at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 4, 2015. The fireworks are … Fireworks Over Washington

Woodbury NJ Fireworks & Concert:

Friday, July 3, 2015, Free: Woodbury Celebrates Independence Day this year on Friday, July 3, 2015. The event will be held at the stadium at Woodbury High School. The event will feature two live bands and local food vendors and a fireworks display to top off the night at dusk. The event is … Woodbury Celebrates the 4th

Philadelphia Area Fireworks

NJ Regional Events: Philadelphia Fireworks for the 4th of July
Philly Fireworks

Philadelphia 4th of July Free Concerts, Street Fair & Fireworks:

Saturday, July 4, 2015, Free: Philadelphia will celebrate the 4th of July with an amazing fireworks display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The spectacular display is the grand finale of a full day of festivities on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway from 20th Street to the Eakins Oval. The celebration features: local food vendors, live entertainment, interactive fun and the “Largest Free Concert in the Country”. The parkway events start at 12:00 noon and continue til 7:00 p.m. when the concert starts. The concert features performances by: Jennifer Hudson, Aloe … Philadelphia on the 4th

Salem County Fireworks

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Salem County

Woodstown NJ Fireworks, Parade & Run:

Saturday, July 4, 2015, Free: Woodstown will celebrate Independence Day with a full day of activities on Saturday, July 4, 2015. The party is the biggest Independence Day Celebration in Salem County. There’s a Firecracker 5K Run at Marlton Park, a parade and a fireworks display. The down-home small town … July the 4th in Woodstown

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Fireworks by Region

Statewide & Best N.J. Fireworks

Top 10 Displays, Photo Gallery & 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

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