Top Firework Displays in the Cincinnati Area

Along with parades, family and fun, fireworks will light up the night sky to celebrate Independence Day! Fourth of July in the Cincinnati region is booming with fun! Here are some places to catch fireworks and celebrations during the holiday week.

Wednesday, July 3rd

LaRosa’s Balloon Glow – Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Balloon Glow, and spend the day at Coney Island enjoying Sunlite pool, live music, family entertainment and classic rides. In the evening, the sky illuminates when hot air balloons of every color glow for all to see from 8-10pm. At 10:00pm, the grand finale is a spectacular Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks display over the banks of Lake Como.

Red, White and Kaboom – Festivities are held at Village Green Park, Fairfield Aquatic Center and Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks close out the evening from Harbin Park.

Cincinnati Reds Fireworks Show – The Reds take on the Milwaukee Brewers at 7:10PM, concluding with a post-game fireworks show set to a soundtrack.

Colerain 4th/3rd of July Spectacular – Enjoy an evening of music and fireworks in the Community of Colerain Township! Fireworks begin at 10pm and music will be brought to you by Gen X.

Green Township Independence Day Concert and Fireworks – Head to Kuliga Park to celebrat the 4th of July with live music and a fireworks display by Queen City Pyro at dusk.

Thursday, July 4th

Ault Park Independence Day Celebration – A full day of family-friendly fun including: Children’s Parade, Food, Festivities and Music. The event starts at 11AM and concludes after the fireworks at 10PM.

Red, White and Blue Ash – Celebrate Independence Day in the northern suburb of Blue Ash with free entertainment including Natalie Brady & The Nite Owls starting at 4pm then KANSAS at 5:30PM and Arthur Rozzi Pyrotechnics at 10PM.

Stricker’s Grove 4th of July Fireworks – Spend the day riding rides then enjoy the fireworks display at 10PM.

Red, White and BOOM with Cincinnati Pops – The Cincinnati Pops presents American patriotic favorites at Riverbend Music Center. The fireworks display closes out the evening at 10PM.

New Richmond Freedom Fest  – This two-day celebration concludes with a fireworks display along the Ohio River on Wednesday, July 4th.

Florence Freedom Fireworks – The Florence Freedom take on the Southern Illinois Miners at 6:35PM, concluding with a fireworks display after the game. Enjoy Thirsty Thursdays at the ballpark with special drink offers.

Fireworks at Kings Island – On July 4th, the 10PM fireworks show will be 10 times the size & scope of the traditional nightly fireworks display. The park stays open until midnight to enjoy even more thrills.

Sparks in the Park – Head to Riverside Park in Milford for family fun, music from Ronnie Vaugh, and Rozzi’s famous fireworks.

Friday, July 5

Reds Rockin’ 150 Open House – Reds Rockin’ 150 Open House with current and former Reds players will be the summer’s biggest birthday bash at Great American Ball Park. The doors will be open for fans to explore the ballpark and immerse themselves in the history of Reds baseball. With appearances by current and former players, food, entertainment, interactive games and more, all culminating with a spectacular Rozzi’s fireworks show.

Saturday, July 6

Americana Barbeque – FC Cincinnati is hosting a true American celebration full of BBQ, family-fun, pre-match photo op, and lower level reserved tickets as they take on the Houston Dynamo!

Sunday, July 7

Light Up Liberty – This family-friendly event at Princeton Pike Church of God features live music and great food, plus carnival activities and a fireworks finale.


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Red white and Blue Ash (photo: Mark Garrett)