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Love fireworks? You’re in luck, there are a few dozen fireworks displays coming up over the next few months across Rhode Island.

This story will continue to be updated as more events are added.

Friday, June 28th

  • 9:15 pm – Newport – Fort Adams State Park (Pell Bridge 50th Celebration) Rain date June 30th.

Monday, July 1st

Tuesday, July 2nd

  • 9:15 pm – Newport – Fort Adams State Park (City of Newport’s Independence Day Celebration)
  • End of PawSox Game – Pawtucket – McCoy Stadium

Wednesday, July 3rd

  • 9 pm – Block Island – Crescent Beach
  • 9 pm – North Kingstown – Town Beach
  • 9 pm – Bristol – Bristol Harbor
  • 9 pm – Cumberland – Tucker Field
  • 9 pm – North Providence – Governor John A. Notte Jr. Park
  • End of PawSox Game – Pawtucket – McCoy Stadium

Thursday, July 4th

  • 9 pm – Narragansett – Narragansett Beach
  • 9 pm – South Kingstown – Old Mountain Field
  • 9 pm – Providence – India Point Park
  • 9 pm – New Bedford – Pier Maritime Terminal
  • 9:30 pm – Portsmouth – Escobar’s Farm
  • 9:30 pm – Coventry – Johnson’s Pond

Friday, July 5th

  • 9 pm – Smithfield – Bryant University
  • 9 pm – East Providence – Pierce Memorial Stadium

Saturday, July 6th

  • Dusk – Portsmouth – 2nd Annual Park Avenue Picnic

Sunday, July 7th

  • 9 pm – Warwick – Oakland Beach

Saturday, July 13th

Saturday, July 20th

Saturday, August 3rd

  • End of PawSox Game – Pawtucket – McCoy Stadium
  • 9 pm – Charlestown – Ninigret Park (following Seafood Festival)

Saturday, August 17th

Saturday, August 24th

  • 9:15 pm – Newport – Navy Base (Salute To Summer Celebration)

Saturday, August 31st

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