BOSTON (WHDH) - As the Bay State continues to make extraordinary progress in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, many communities across the state have decided to bring back in-person firework displays to celebrate this year’s Fourth of July.

Below is a list of cities and towns that are holding Independence Day events:

  • Agawam – Fireworks at Six Flags New England (July 3, July 4)
  • Amesbury – Fireworks at Woodsom Farm (July 4)
  • Boston – Boston Pops fireworks finales on the Boston Common (July 4)
  • Braintree – Fireworks celebration at Braintree High School (June 26)
  • Chicopee – Fireworks at Chicopee’s Szot Park (June 26)
  • Clinton – Fireworks display (July 10)
  • East Longmeadow – Fireworks, carnival, concert series (July 3)
  • Everett – Fireworks at Glendale Park (July 2)
  • Foxboro – Fireworks at Patriot Place at Gillette Stadium (July 2)
  • Gloucester – Fireworks at Stage Fort Park (July 3)
  • Hyannis – Fireworks at Aselton Park (July 4)
  • Lexington – Fireworks at Hastings Park (July 2)
  • Mashpee – Fireworks at Mashpee Middle-High School (July 1)
  • New Bedford – Fireworks over New Bedford Harbor (July 3)
  • North Adams – Fireworks display (July 4)
  • Orleans – Fireworks at Rock Harbor (July 10)
  • Pepperell – Fireworks display (June 26)
  • Plymouth – Fireworks at the Plymouth Village Historic District (July 4)
  • Quincy – Fireworks viewing party at Bay Pointe Waterfront Restaurant (July 4)
  • Somerville – Fourth of July celebration with fireworks at 541 Broadway (June 30)
  • Springfield – Fireworks at Riverfront Park (July 4)
  • Webster – Fireworks at Memorial Beach (July 3)

This list will be updated as more events are announced.

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