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Here’s where you can see fireworks on July Fourth (and beyond)

Shows abound this year
Fireworks illuminate the Mohawk River as they're launched from a barge near the Rivers Casino and Resort on Monday.
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Fireworks illuminate the Mohawk River as they're launched from a barge near the Rivers Casino and Resort on Monday.

Fourth of July fireworks shows abound this year, with the largest in the area expected to be at Albany’s Empire State Plaza Convention Center, at Congress Park in Saratoga Springs and in Lake George.

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Here’s are other fireworks shows slated for this year’s celebrations:

July 4

  • Empire State Plaza Convention Center, Albany.
  • Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing.
  • Clifton Common, Clifton Park.
  • Joseph L. Bruno Stadium following Valley Cats vs. Cyclones, Troy.
  • Congress Park, Saratoga Springs.
  • Gala Fireworks Display, Schroon Lake.
  • Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga.
  • Old Forge Pond, Old Forge.
  • Arrowhead Park, Inlet. 
  • Mirror Lake, Lake Placid.
  • Fireworks aboard the Minni-ha-ha, Lake George.
  • Fireworks aboard the Luc du Saint Sacrement, Lake George.
  • Fireworks aboard the Mohican, Lake George.
  • Long Lake Town Beach, Long Lake.
  • Lake Flower, Saranac Lake.
  • Raquette Lake Village Green, Raquette Lake.
  • Fireworks aboard the WW Durant, Raquette Lake.
  • Firemen’s Carnival Grounds, Salem.
  • Mill Pond, Brant Lake.
  • Windham Mountain, Windham.

July 8

  • Village of Fonda Recreation Department, Fonda.
  • Gavin Park, Wilton.

July 13

  • Joseph L. Bruno Stadium after Valley Cats vs. Spikes game, Troy.

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