Do you know where Fairfield County’s Independence Day Fireworks are? We’ve been looking forward to finally celebrating together, so perhaps we’ll see you there!
Short Beach Park, 1 Dorne Dr, Stratford, CT 06615
Look up! The Town of Stratford’s fireworks display will be held the earliest. It’s today – Thursday, June 30 at Short Beach, and the rain date will be Tuesday, July 5. The display will begin at sundown, approximately 9 p.m. For parking directions at this event, and all the events detailed below, please see each town or city’s website.
Cummings Park Beach, 464 Shippan Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
The City of Stamford will hold fireworks at Cummings Beach on Friday, July 1st. The rain date will be Saturday, July 2nd. Residents will be able to bring blankets and chairs to the beach. There will be food trucks onsite, and the fireworks will begin shortly after 9:00 pm.
Veterans Memorial Park, 38 Canal St E, Shelton, CT 06484
The Town of Shelton’s fireworks will also take place Friday July 1st, with a rain date of Saturday July 2nd. Music sponsored by the Shelton Parks and Recreation Summer Concert Series will begin at 7:00 pm at Veteran’s Memorial Park. The fireworks show will follow at approximately 9:15 pm.
Binney Park Dr, Greenwich, CT 06878
Greenwich Point Park, 11 Tods Driftway, Old Greenwich, CT 06870
In Greenwich, displays will be presented at Binney Park and Greenwich Point Park. Both shows are scheduled for Saturday, July 2 with no rain date. The Binney Park Show will start at approximately 9:10p.m. and the Greenwich Point Show will begin at approximately 9:35 p.m, but guests are encouraged to arrive early to catch live music and avoid the road closures going into effect at 8:30pm.
Long Island Sound Barge
The City of Fairfield’s fireworks display will be on Saturday, July 2nd and the rain date is Sunday, July 3rd. This set of fireworks begins around 9:15 PM, and promises to be visible from several shoreside locations in Fairfield as it will be hosted from a barge off the Long Island Sound.
Remember: Independence Day also marks the start of the hottest part of the season. If you don’t have an autocover, the summer heat can cause your pool’s water to evaporate more quickly. You may notice that the water level is going down and your chemicals are dissipating faster than usual. This is normal – please feel free to call us if you have questions or if you would like to adjust your maintenance schedule.