Fireworks Displays and Fourth of July Events in Macomb County

Get details on Fourth of July Fireworks displays popping off in Macomb County in 2022. Plus, tips on keeping kids safe around fireworks, too.

Fourth of July is coming and Macomb County is a prime destination for families seeking to celebrate our nation’s independence with a spectacular fireworks display.

All across the county, communities and local organizations are gearing up to wow spectators with marvelous pyrotechnics in the sky on July 4 and all summer long. To help you plan your family’s outing, we’ve rounded up some of the best of those shows happening in 2022.

Some of these events just offer fireworks while other displays are part of a larger festival, but all of them are sure to delight your kids. Plus, get a few fireworks safety tips from the Macomb Township Fire Department.

Fireworks Displays in Macomb County

Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival

June 22-26, 2022 

  • Address:Downtown New Baltimore area
  • Cost: Free/admission, fees for some activities; pre-register to enter competitions

Enjoy a carnival, fireworks, parade, kids’ activities and more in celebration of those stinky seasonal bugs.

Fireworks Extravaganza

June 24, 2022 

Celebrate Independence Day with a spectacular fireworks display. Games and carnival rides, too.

Downtown Mount Clemens Independence Day Celebration

June 24, 2022 

  • Address: Downtown Mount Clemens
  • Cost: Free

The Riversight & Sound Concert kicks off at 7:30 p.m. and ends with fireworks on the river at dusk.

Shelby Township Independence Day Fireworks

June 24, 2022

This show is one of the largest in Michigan and offers both fireworks and a drone demonstration.

Red, White and Boom! Fireworks at the Vineyard

July 4, 2022  

This show brings in more than 1,200 guests. Bring your own chair, blankets and picnic to enjoy during the dusk show.

Clinton Township Fireworks & Concert

July 6, 2022

  • Address: Downtown Clinton Township area
  • Cost: Free

Families can enjoy inflatables, face painting and live musical performances during the day and a fireworks show at dusk.

New Haven Red, Hot & Blue Festival

July 15, 2022

Enjoy food and tons of fun for all ages. Live music runs from 7-10 p.m. and the fireworks happen at 10 p.m.

Armada Fair

Aug. 15-21, 2022

This 150th annual event offers all kinds of family fun from midway rides to a demolition derby and fireworks.

Fireworks Safety Tips

While fireworks can be a ton of fun this time of year, they can be dangerous — especially for kids who are unsupervised or adults who don’t know the proper precautions.

To help you keep your summertime festivities safe, we offer you these tips from the Macomb Township Fire Department:

  1. Never mix fireworks and alcohol. Instead, partake in your drinks after the show.
  2. Sky lanterns should be used with caution. The wind can take them anywhere and you are responsible for any damage they cause.
  3. Kids should only use fireworks with supervision. This includes sparklers, which burn at over 2,000 degrees.
  4. Only use fireworks outdoors.
  5. Have a bucket of water at the ready whenever you’re using fireworks.
  6. Only light one firework at a time and NEVER re-light a “dud” firework. Wait 20 minutes and soak it in water.
  7. Consider using protective eyewear or gloves when lighting fireworks.
  8. Familiarize yourself with local firework laws and follow them.

For even more fun things to do in Macomb County this summer, visit Make Macomb Your Home.


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