Look below for the fireworks schedule for your town.
Sea Isle Fireworks 9-9:45 at JFK Blvd & Beach.
City to Celebrate Fourth of July with Bike Parades, Music and More – By Mark Soifer, Ocean City Publicist
July 4th Weekend: A giant fireworks display, two colorful bike parades, a Broadway staged performance of Music Man and a Kite Flying Contest will highlight the City’s July 4th weekend events.
The weekend kicks off on Sun., July 3 with the Ocean City Pops Orchestra and the Ocean City Theatre Company presenting the Music Man. The show is set for the Hughes Performing Arts Center, 6th and Atlantic Ave., on Sun., July 3 at 7:30 p.m. There will also be performances on July 5-6 at 7:30 p.m. plus a matinee on Wed., July 6 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at the Music Pier Box Office, 609-525-9248 or from www.ocnj.us.
Two Bike Parades are set for July 4th. The South Ocean City Parade begins at 40th and Asbury Ave. at 10 a.m. with registration starting at 9 a.m. The Garden Civic Assn. Bike Parade forms 10 a.m. at the Long Port Bridge. Registration is 9 a.m.
A Kite Flying Contest sponsored by Air Circus on the Boardwalk will begin at approximately 5 p.m. at the 9th St. Beach as bathers leave the area.
At 9:30 p.m. a huge fireworks display will be fired from a barge off the Music Pier. Music will piped over the Boardwalk and through the downtown to accompany the display and can also be heard on WIBG FM -94.3 Radio.
On the Beach at Pine Avenue, Wildwood. Traditional fireworks extravaganza sponsored by the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority (GWTIDA). 10 p.m. This is a Free Event.
See the rest of the Events Scheduled in Wildwood for July 4th Weekend
Cape May Fireworks will be held at Congress Hall who is having an all day extravaganza
From the link above:
Enjoy two world-class fireworks displays over Atlantic City this Independence Day weekend with one of the largest displays in the state and along the East Coast and the first time in history that Atlantic City will host two fireworks events within minutes of each other. The Atlantic City Fireworks Spectacular is one of the ‘must-see’ events of the summer season.
This event’s sponsors include: the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority, Atlantic City Hilton, Bally’s Atlantic City, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, Caesars Atlantic City, Harrahs Resort, Resorts Atlantic City, Showboat Casino, South Jersey Transportation Authority, Tropicana Casino and Resort. WAYV-FM, Big Mountain Imaging, Edmunds Communication Group, Clear Channel Outdoor, CBS Outdoor, Camden Outdoor, Steel Pier and The Schiff Brothers.
The festivities begin at the 80th St. Recreation Field at 9AM with a Sand Sculpture Contest (on the beach), Hoy’s Candy Scramble, foot races, slow bike race, and much more!
The celebration continues in the evening beginning at 6PM with live music, food and FIREWORKS at 9:30 sponsored by Stone Harbor Fire Department.
- Stone Harbor July 4th celebration Opening Ceremonies at 9:50 a.m. in the soccer field.
- Sand Sculpture Contest on the beach at 83rd Street. Registration takes place from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Contestants can begin working on their creations and judging takes place at 11:30 a.m. Prizes and trophies go to the top three sculptures in each of the following age groups: 2–8 years, 9–15 years, 16 years and up, and family or group entries. Hoys 5 & 10
- Candy Scramble Even the strongest sweet tooth will be satisfied during this fun-filled race to collect wrapped candy strewn all about the soccer field. The event, limited to children ages six and under, begins at 10 a.m. and requires no registration. Foot Races Stick around, because immediately following the Candy Scramble the Fourth of July footraces will commence. Racers will be divided into males and females in an all-out race for the finish line. No registration is necessary to participate, and prizes and trophies will be awarded to the top three finishers in each category.
- Phillies Home Run Derby Head to the baseball field and register for the Phillies Home Run Derby between 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. At 10:30 a.m., it’s time to step up to the plate and show us what you’ve got. Prizes will be awarded to the boy and girl with the most home runs in the following age groups: 7–9 years, 10–12 years and 13–15 years.
- Slow Bike Races Slow Bike Races are a challenge of a different sort. Starting immediately after the foot races, the object of the Slow Bike Race is to ride the provided bike through the fixed course in the slowest amount of time – without any part of your body touching the ground. Sound easy? It’s harder than you think. Prizes and trophies will go to the slowest three finishers.
- Decorated Bike Contest Dress up your bike, scooter or baby stroller for a chance to score a trophy for best decorated, most colorful or most original design. Registration, limited to those 18 years and under, takes place from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the 81st Street and Second Avenue parking lot. The decorated bike parade begins at 11:45 a.m.
- Decorated Lifeguard Stand Even the lifeguards are getting into the patriotic spirit. Many of the lifeguard stands will be decorated and the guards will be competing for the best decorated stand. At 12 noon, the guards will lead beachgoers in a patriotic sing-a-long.
- Fireworks and Concert When the sun goes down the excitement turns up. Bring your beach chairs and blankets to soccer field at dusk and enjoy a live concert followed by an All-American fireworks display sponsored by the Stone Harbor Fire Department. There’s no better way—or place—to celebrate your Independence Day. Rain Date for all activities and fireworks is Tuesday, July 5th.