Fourth of July weekend is right around the corner, and there are plenty of fun, local, outdoor festivities to enjoy! From fireworks, parades, and music, there is a way to celebrate with the whole family!
Camden County Events
2021 Independence Day Festivities
July 3rd-5th | Times Vary
The festivities will begin at 7 p.m. on July 3, with music from The Shore Thing on a stage at the intersection of Tanner Street and Kings Highway East. Fireworks from the field at Haddonfield Middle School are scheduled to start at approximately 9:20 p.m. No food trucks will be in town.
The traditional parade, is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. sharp on July 5 from the staging area near First Presbyterian Church along Kings Highway East. Celebrations Association plans to register only family groups and group floats for the parade. The children’s bike decoration competition will not proceed as in years past, but kids who dress up their two-wheelers will not be turned away.
JULY 4TH FIREWORKS SHOW
Battleship New Jersey, 62 Battleship Place, Camden, NJ 08103
July 4th | 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Fire a 5-inch Gun Salute! They will also have music, food concessions and a cash bar for adults. Tickets are only a $10 donation per person and proceeds go to the on-going restoration of the Battleship, a non-profit museum and memorial. The Battleship will open her decks at 7 PM. The fireworks shows are projected to begin at 9:30 PM. No chairs, food or beverages can be brought in. Guests can bring blankets to sit on the deck. Get tickets online here, call 866-877-6262 ext. 108 or at the Battleship’s Ticket Office before the show. Free Admission for Battleship Members.
Haddon Township Happy Birthday America Celebration
Downtown Haddon Township
July 3rd | Times Vary
Haddon Twp. will light up the night with a fireworks display on July 3rd, sponsored by 1st Colonial Community Bank to commemorate our nation’s birth. Fireworks will go off at dusk at the Haddon Twp. High School Football stadium. Admission is free! Rain Date is set for Monday, July 5th.
Who doesn’t love a parade? Haddon Twp. will sponsor its annual Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 3rd! Parade registration begins at 10:30 AM at the Municipal Building located at 135 Haddon Ave. Entries include bands, floats, fire trucks, pets and patriotic bikes with top prizes awarded in each category. The parade begins at 11:30 AM and winds its way down Haddon Ave. on to Crystal Lake Ave. ending at the Crystal Lake Pool Complex. No pre-registration is required. There is no rain date for the parade.
After the parade, bring the whole family to the pool, which is free to Haddon Township residents and their guests. Water races and lawn games will be featured throughout day. Free hotdogs and drinks for the first 500 people! Gates open at the conclusion of the parade.
Independence Day Celebrations
July 4th | 2 PM
The fun lasts all day long!
2:00PM: Water games, raft races, coin toss, watermelon games & exciting prizes at
6:30PM: Gates open at the high school field for fireworks
8:00PM: Performance by TO THE MAX
DUSK: Fireworks Spectacular! Note: there is no parking in Knight Park on July 4.
Break out the Stars and Stripes!
Proud Neighbors of Collingswood awards Collingswood Cash for houses and businesses in the annual Best of 4th of July decorating contest! Categories are Most Historic, Most Patriotic, Best Newcomers, Best Innovative Use of Media and Best Business.
Barrington Parade and Fireworks
Parade route: Start at the railroad tracks at Barrington Ave. & Clements Bridge road Fireworks: behind Woodland School
July 2nd | Times Vary
Fireworks will begin at dusk and will be deployed from behind Woodland School. Due to fire safety concerns put in place in 2019, there will be NO gathering permitted behind OR in front of Woodland School. The fireworks are viewable from many locations throughout town.
Parade route: Start at the railroad tracks at Barrington Ave. & Clements Bridge road, travel southbound to turn right on Gloucester Pike (pass Rite Aid on left), right at Mothes Island onto Moore Ave, around to the right and a left onto 5th Ave, right onto Reading Ave, right onto 3rd Ave, left onto Haines Ave where parade ends at the Municipal Building.
July 4th Freedom Festival
Wiggins Waterfront Park, Camden
July 4th | 5 PM
Celebrate Independence Day at the Freedom Festival on the Camden Waterfront
Presented by the Camden County Board of Commissioners, City of Camden and WMGK at Wiggins Park.
This festival brings thousands of people together to enjoy a series of artists and a spectacular firework show from Serpico Pyrotechnics. Be sure to come to the Camden Waterfront for food, beer, music and fireworks in celebration of the annual Freedom Festival.
Salute to American and our Veterans presented by the Tri-County Symphonic Band
Arnetta Johnson & Sunny
Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes
Firework Spectacular over the Delaware River
Burlington County Events
4th of July with Legacy at Flying W Airport and Resort!
Flying W Airport and Resort
July 4th | 2 PM – 6 PM
Celebrate 4th of July at the Flying W Airport & Resort with Legacy from 2-6pm! This 9-piece professional line-up packs a high-energy, feel-great punch of a performance, to keep the dance floor packed at any type of event. Get ready for a seamless journey through the decades of top 40 popular hits: From current radio chart toppers, to 90’s favorites, motown throwbacks, and classic rock staples! The band will have you on your feet singing and dancing before you know it, with energy that is off the charts! Bring the family, grab a few chairs, and kick back and relax… OR get on your feet and dance with us all night!
Mount Holly’s Independence Day Celebration July 3rd | 6 PM
Iron Works Park, 157 Wollner Dr
Save the date! The Annual Mount Holly Independence Day Celebration will be held on Saturday July 3rd from 6pm – Fireworks at Iron Works Park once again. Fireworks will be displayed at sun down! Live music on stage returns, 35+ Food Vendors, Merchants, Free kid and adult giveaways, games, 50/50 and much more! Stay tuned for daily updates as they roll in!
Evesham Township Fourth of July Fireworks
Savich Tract fields, 525 East Main Street, Evesham, NJ 08053
July 4th | 7 PM – 10 PM
We’re Back and Stronger Than Ever! Come join us as we celebrate our nation’s birthday with a wonderful fireworks display, music and ice cream vendors at Savich Field this Fourth of July. To ensure that as many Evesham residents as possible are able to enjoy the fireworks display, parking passes will be made available to Township residents only. Just one parking pass will be required per vehicle. ID will be checked when residents pick up their parking passes on the following designated days: June 15, 17, 22, 24 between 1pm-7pm at the Gibson House (located at 535 E. Main Street).
2021 Florence Township Patriotic Celebration
July 10th | 11 AM
It is Florence Township’s pleasure to share with the community that the 2021 Florence Township Patriotic Celebration WILL take place this year on Saturday, July 10th! Over the past several months they’ve worked on a layout for the flag raising ceremony as well as the parade which will be traveling thru the Village of Roebling. Though they had tentatively made plans to safely manage evening activities it wasn’t until recently when restrictions reduced to allow for families to visit their complex to enjoy live music, refreshments and fireworks display.
Gloucester County Events
2nd Annual 4th of July Puppy Parade
Pfeiffer Community Center- Monroe Twp NJ
301 Blue Bell Rd, Williamstown 08094
July 4th | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
2nd Annual 4th of July Puppy Parade hosted by Community Affairs behind the Pfeiffer Community Center. Most patriotic, best costume and funniest costume. Lets have some festive 4th of July fun!
Woodbury Highschool Stadium and Francis Ave Field
July 3rd | 6 PM
The band Deja Grooves will be on the County Stage at 7pm till 8:30 pm. – This band delivers high-energy renditions of today’s music along with your favorite Top 40, Motown, and old school hits with their own special blend of talent and creativity.
Fireworks provided by the City of Woodbury immediately following the concert.
This event is solely sponsored by donations from businesses and residents within the city. Mayor Sickel will personally thank everyone prior to the band playing.
Rain date: Monday July 5th gates open at 6pm
Washington Township 4th of July Parade and Fireworks
Washington Township High School
July 4th 6:30 PM
Held at Washington Township High School. The Parade will start at 6:30PM followed
by fireworks at 9:00PM.
2021 Fireworks Event
River Drive, Westville
June 26 | 6 PM
The Borough of Westville Celebrations Committee is happy to announce that the Fireworks event will take place on Saturday, June 26, 2021. Food vendors will be there starting at 6 p.m. and live music at 7 p.m. Please come out to enjoy the Fireworks show that will begin at dusk!
Salem County Events
Woodstown-Pilesgrove Fourth of July Fireworks!
Marlton Recreation Park
July 4th | 5 PM – 10 PM
Join us this Fourth of July for the Woodstown-Pilesgrove annual fireworks. The gates open at 5 pm, and the fireworks will start a bit after 9 pm. There will be food trucks serving a variety of food.
Fourth of July Weekend at Four Seasons Family Campground
Four Seasons Family Campground
158 Woodstown-Daretown Rd. Pilesgrove, NJ 08098
July 2nd – 5th
This is the weekend to come together to celebrate our country and to love our fellow Americans. Everyone knows that YOUR party is the one to be at for the fun and the fireworks!! Invite all of your family and friends to the campground for a patriotic picnic – you take care of the food and we’ll supply the entertainment!! On Saturday night, set out your blankets and lay back with your eyes on the sky because we’ll once again be celebrating with an awesome, fireworks display put on in your honor, right here in your home away from home. Remember that this is a three-day weekend and spaces sell out fast so make sure you get your reservations now. It won’t be the same without YOU, so come out and help us celebrate the Red, White and Blue!