July 4th Celebrations Up and Down Coastal Delaware

Visit some of the top spots in Delaware to see colorful fireworks or attend an Independence Day event.

Where to see July 4th Celebrations and fireworks around Delaware

Numerous Independence Day celebrations are taking place up and down Coastal Delaware. Some happen on the 4th of July and others the day before. Make your plans to join in the fun and patriotic commemorations. Bring your lawn chairs or blanket. Pack a picnic meal and come out with friends. Wherever you like to celebrate, you’re sure to see lots of red, white, and blue along with some incredible fireworks displays.

Events Happening July 3rd

Fireworks Cruise on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry, CMLF at 43 Henlopen Drive, Lewes
From 6:45pm through 11pm cruise the waterway to the entertainment of Glass Onion and Just Kidding Around DJ. The event is rain or shine. Early bird tickets (prior to June 25) are $30 for adults and $15 for children at Eventbrite.com.

Rehoboth Beach Fireworks
Delight in the colorful fireworks put on by Zambelli Fireworks at approximately 9:30pm. The display is launched from the beach south of Rehoboth Avenue and visible up and down the boardwalk and beach. Depending on the weather the fireworks may launch any time after 8:00pm.

July 4th Celebrations

Bethany Beach Fourth of July Parade, the intersection of Garfield Parkway and Pennsylvania Avenue
The parade begins at 12noon. This year marks the 35th anniversary of the parade. Come out and see the floats, bands, walkers, and military groups. Some of the bands featured include the Delmar District Pipe Band, the Downtown Dixieland Band, the 1st Delaware Regiment, the German Oompah Band, and so many more.

Dewey Beach Fireworks, 9:00pm, front of Northbeach at 125 McKinley Street
Bring your lawn chairs and watch the fireworks show.

Dover Fourth of July Celebration, Downtown Dover
Join all the festivities happening downtown with craft vendors, tours, history, children’s activities, a 6:00pm parade, music, and a grand firework’s show. The parade route is along State Street, from Hazel Road to The Green, with the reviewing stand on The Green. The day’s events begin at 9:00am and conclude with fireworks around 9:20pm.

Old-Fashioned 4th of July in Lewes
Beginning at 9:00am children will enjoy the old-fashioned games on Second Street, followed by the Independence Day Lewes Boat Parade in the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal at 1:30pm. At 5:00pm the Doo-Dah Parade will step off from Lloyd’s Market on Savannah Road. Watch the fireworks display at dusk off Lewes Beach.

Laurel’s 4th of July Celebration, Laurel
All day something will be happening around the town of Laurel. From a car and truck show to the Stars and Stripes 5K Run/Walk, games, a parade, and evening fireworks. This year marks the 25th anniversary of celebrations. The race starts at 5:00pm at Central Avenue Bridge.

The area has so much going on this summer, and year-round, we can help you make a neighborhood your home if you’re looking to buy a home. If you’re ready to relocate to a new region of Delaware, or sell your home for any reason, our listing agents will help you get your home in front of serious buyers. Let’s discuss the best way to prepare. Schedule an appointment today.

About Christine Davis

Christine grew up in northeastern Pennsylvania in a small town called Pittston, which is located between Wilkes-Barre and Scranton. Upon graduation, she enlisted in the United States Air Force, where she proudly served for eight + years at a variety of bases throughout the world, including Holland, Korea, and New Mexico. While in the Air Force, Christine spent most of her time working in the civil engineering career field where she thoroughly enjoyed meeting and working with such a diverse group of people with varying backgrounds and experiences, and learned so much from each of them. Christine’s last assignment in the Air Force was at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, and that’s when she discovered the Delaware beaches. Growing up in PA, her family spent time at the Jersey shore. But once she moved to MD, she became one of those many drivers making the trek across the Chesapeake Bay Friday afternoon to visit the Delaware beaches for the weekend. Upon Christine’s separation from the Air Force, she spent a small amount of time working in Washington, D.C., but it didn’t take long before she was drawn to the quiet, slow pace of Lewes and Rehoboth Beach, “the nation’s summer capital”. Christine moved to Rehoboth Beach in 1999 and finished her degree in Business at Delaware Tech. At the time she was working for a large physician organization when a friend recommended that she become a REALTOR because she loved helping people and loved looking at homes. She was reluctant for quite a while because Christine didn’t think of herself as a salesperson. But after much urging by her friend, Christine decided to get her real estate license in 2003 and has not looked back since. Christine still doesn’t think of herself as a salesperson, but rather a facilitator between buyer and seller, working toward a common goal. Christine aims to make the process as smooth and fun as possible but also educates the buyer and seller along the way so they can make the best decision possible. Christine now lives in Lewes and although she misses the mountains of PA, she thoroughly enjoys spending as much time as possible at the beach, especially Cape Henlopen State Park. Christine’s philosophy in life is that it’s too short. Never spend so much time making a living that you forget how to live.

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