South Jersey July 4 Fireworks In Burlington Camden And Gloucester Counties

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Celebrate our country’s birthday with fireworks this Fourth of July! Where will Independence Day 2015 be celebrated in South Jersey? Find out here.

In Burlington County

Bordentown Fireworks

July [email protected]:00 pm–July [email protected]:00 am

Bordentown will host 3 days of events to celebrate the 4th of July:

1. 63rd Army Band Concert

Wednesday, July [email protected]:00 – 9:00 pm

Bordentown Regional High School

Free - Tickets are required. Call (609) 298-2800 ext. 2109 for tickets.

2. Fireworks and Community Celebration

Friday, July 3 @4:15 pm (Fireworks display at dusk)

Joseph Lawrence Recreational Facility (at Veterans Memorial Park on Ward Avenue in Bordentown Township)


For more information on this event, see the Bordentown Celebrations Facebook page

3. 4th of July Fishing Derby

Saturday, July [email protected]:00 am

Northern Community Park

Free - Prizes for big and little fishermen and women!

Evesham July 4th

July [email protected]:30 am-10:00 pm

Evesham Township will celebrate the July 4th with festivities that include:

1. Marlton Mayor’s Cup 5K Run
Saturday, July [email protected]:30 am
There will be prizes for the winners.

2. Kids’ Bike Parade
Saturday, July 4
Children up to 5th grade, parents pushing babies in strollers and wagons are welcome to participate.

3. 4th of July Parade
Saturday, July [email protected]:00 am
The 4th of  July Parade will run along Main Street from Maple Avenue to Bettlewood Road. Live music, community groups, military grand marshals and refreshments will be featured.

4. Community Celebration
Saturday, July [email protected]:45 pm
Cherokee High School in Marlton
This event will feature paratroopers, a military tribute and refreshments.

5. Fireworks
Saturday, July [email protected]:45 pm
See the town site for more info.

Florence Township Fireworks

July [email protected]:00 am-10:00 pm

Florence Township will celebrate Independence Day on July the 11th, 2015 with a full day of festivities:

1. Flag Raising Ceremony
Saturday, July [email protected]:00 am
The Oak Street Circle

2 .Parade
Saturday, July [email protected]
From Front and Oak Streets
The parade will feature floats, decorated bicycles, big wheels and baby walkers. The township will serve free hot dogs and sodas to parade participants at the end of the parade.

3. Concert
Saturday, July [email protected]:00 pm
Water Works Field (next to the municipal complex)
A food court with local vendors will be at the concert.

4. Fireworks
Saturday, July [email protected]:10 pm
Veterans Park (behind the Florence Township Municipal Complex at 711 Broad Street)
All of the day’s events are free. The rain date for the concert and fireworks will be Sunday, July 12, 2015.

Fort Dix Party

July 24 @5:00 pm-10:00 pm

Summer Concert July 24th Party hosted by the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

Thursday, July 24 @6:00 pm (Field opens at 5:00 pm)

Soccer Field (at the McGuire Fitness and Sports Center track)

This event is free and open to all Defense Department ID holders. The Bacon Brothers Band from Philadelphia, adult beverages and local food vendors will be at the event. Soft drinks and food are free. Bring chairs and blankets. Do not bring coolers or food. There is no rain date.

Medford Fireworks

July [email protected]:00 pm-10:00 pm

Medford will celebrate the 4th of  July on Thursday, July 2 with its 2015 Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks Display.

1. Community Festival
Thursday, July [email protected]:00 pm
Freedom Park on Union Street
The festival includes a kids’ activity zone with games, races and activities led by the YMCA Camp Ockanickon, a food court, vendors and live entertainment.

2. Fireworks
Thursday, July [email protected]:15 pm
Donations accepted. Bring blankets and lawn chairs. Hot dogs, French fries, ice cream, nachos, crab cakes, cheesesteaks, water ice, fried Oreos and pizza will be available from local vendors. Confirm times and details of the event here.

In Camden County

Audubon July 4th

July [email protected]:30 am-10:00 pm

Audubon New Jersey will celebrate Independence Day on Saturday, July 4, 2015.

1. Parade

Saturday, July [email protected]:30 am

Amherst Road and Paris Avenue (Parade ends at the reviewing stand at Audubon High School)

Rain or shine the parade goes on, with the exception of severe weather. The parade features the mayor and commissioners, string bands, cheerleaders, bicycles, softball teams, little league teams, floats, decorated kid’s bikes, local churches, floats, veterans, beauty queens, classic cars, firetrucks and more. The theme this year is “Service, Sacrifice & Strength.”  The parade celebrates Audubon’s First Responders for their contributions and dedication to public service.

2Athletic Events (for all!)

Saturday, July [email protected]:00 am

3. Audubon Fire Department Open House

Saturday, July [email protected] – 2:00 pm

Enjoy free fire engine rides, hot dogs, water ice, soda and beer.

4. Concert, Ceremony and Fireworks

Saturday, July 4 @7:30 pm

The Concert and Ceremony will feature live music and a presentation of prizes from the Audubon 4th of July parade. Fireworks will be displayed when it gets dark and the day comes to a close. The fireworks display is funded by the borough. Get more info on the celebration website.

Barrington Fireworks

July [email protected]:00 pm-10:00 pm


The Borough of Barrington will sponsor a community parade and fireworks display to celebrate our country’s independence onFriday, July 3.

1.The Barrington Band, a small community based band

Friday, July [email protected] 7:00 pm

Woodland School

2. Fireworks

Friday, July [email protected] 9:30 pm

Woodland School

Click for more info.

Camden Freedom Festival

July 4 – July [email protected] 5:00 pm

The Camden Freedom Festival has been scaled down this year.

Concerts and Fireworks

Saturday, July [email protected]:00 pmandSunday, July [email protected]:00 pm

Camden’s waterfront

The celebration will include a veterans’ tribute and fireworks over the Delaware River. For more information, see the Camden waterfront website. You can also celebrate the 4th on the Battleship New Jersey.

Collingswood July 4th

July [email protected]:00 am-10:15 pm

Collingswood celebrates the 4th of  July with a wide range of events that go on all day long.

1. The preparations go on for several days, if not weeks, for the annual Collingswood House Decorating Contest. The Collingswood House Decorating Contestis judged in the morning. Winners are announced at the concert and fireworks display that evening. You’ll find houses, businesses and entire blocks decked out in flags, banners and more.

2. Bike Parade
Saturday, July [email protected]:00 am
Knight Park
This parade features patriotic strollers, bikes and wagons. Different age categories are judged. Parade participants are served free ice cream at the end of the parade. Following the parade, afternoon festivities including water games, raft races, watermelon games and more will take place at Robert’s Pool.

3. Party Wave Band Concert
Saturday, July [email protected]:00 pm (Gates open at 6:30 pm)
High School Stadium
The Party Wave Band will play popular music before the fireworks and patriotic classics during the fireworks.

4. Fireworks
Saturday, July [email protected]:15 pm
High School Stadium

Admission to all events is free. Residents are encouraged to walk to the fireworks. Parking available at the Scottish Rite on White Horse Pike and the Lumber Yard garage lot on Atlantic Avenue.

Haddon Township Fireworks

July [email protected]:00 pm-10:00 pm

Haddon Township will celebrate Independence Day on Friday, July 3, 2015.

1. Parade
Saturday, July 4 @ 11:30 am (registration opens at 10:30 am)
The parade begins at the township parking lot and ends at the Crystal Lake Pool Complex. The celebration features decorated bikes and free hot dogs to the first 750 people. There is no rain date for the parade. Please see the town site or call for more information.

2. Community Celebration and Fireworks Display
Friday, July 3 @ 7:00 pm
Football Stadium
There will be live music, bounces for the kids and refreshments. Admission is free. The fireworks will begin at dusk.

Haddonfield July 4th

July 4 @ 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Haddonfield will celebrate Independence Day on Saturday, July 4, 2015, but fireworks will be staged on Friday night.


Saturday, July 4 @ 10:00 am

Parade route begins on Kings Highway at Chestnut Street.

The parade includes bicycles, a baby parade and a dress-up parade. Enjoy entertainment by The Pick-Up Band starting at 9:30 a.m. There is no rain date for the parade. Please check day, date and time for this parade ahead of time and confirm this information,here.

In Gloucester County

Pitman 4th of July

July 4 @ 8:45 am-10:00 pm

Cost: $3.00

Pitman celebrates the 4th with a lineup of events that last all day long.

1. 33rd Annual Pitman Freedom Four Mile
Saturday, July 4 @ 8:45 am
Race starts and ends near the Broadway Theatre (in the middle of town)
There will be prizes in several age groups.

2. Pitman 4th of July Parade
Saturday, July 4 @ 9:55 am
The parade features antique cars, floats, bikes, carriages, local marching bands, local fire trucks and more.

3. Fireworks Show
Saturday, July 4 @ dusk
Alcyon Park
Admission to the park is $3.00 per person. Tickets are limited to 200. Fireworks can be seen from Betty Park, Cedar & West Holly Avenue, too. The rain date is July 5, 2015 at dusk.

Wenonah July 4th

July 3 and 4 @ 8:00 am-8:00 pm

Wenonah celebrates the 4th for 2 days. The small town has been celebrating the Fourth since 1872. They begin on Friday, July 3, 2015 and continue on the 4th with numerous activities, including a parade, field games, and pie eating contest.The July 4 celebration begins early in the morning with the sounding of the church bells at 8:01 am.

1.Softball Game
Friday, July 3

2. 5K Fun Run

3. Parade
Saturday, July 4 @ 8:30am
Parade route starts on Mantua Avenue and ends at Wenonah Park
This parade features antique cars, decorated bikes, floats and marching bands.Check the status of the parade on theLions Club Facebook page.

4. Patriotic Ceremonies
Saturday, July 4 @ 10:00 am
Wenonah Park Bandstand

5Field Day
Saturday, July 4 @ 10:45 am
Wenonah Park
Field day activities include sack races, peanut scrambles, and dash races.

6. Fire Truck Rides
Saturday, July [email protected] 11:00 am
There will also be a community get together featuring food vendors and refreshments in front of the firehouse.

7. Awards Ceremony and Concert
Saturday, July 4 @6:15 pm
The concert will feature local artist “Swing the Cat.” See the town site for more info.

Washington Township Fireworks

July 3 @ 7:00 pm-10:00 pm

Fireworks Display

Friday, July 3 @ 9:00 pm

Washington Township High School

The rain date for the fireworks is July 5th.

The township sponsors concerts and movies all summer long at the amphitheater. Some of the concerts coming up this summer include: the Lights Out band, Parrot Beach, Big Blue, Sensational Soul Cruisers, Right Turn @ 40, FM Band, Sass Faction and Country singer and songwriter Liv Devine. There’s also a wine festival this summer on June 27th and 28th. You can see their site to confirm the information and times for that day.

Woodbury Fireworks

July 3 @ 8:30 pm-10:00 pm

This Woodbury event is sponsored by the Greater Woodbury Chamber of Commerce. The event has been very popular since it came back in 2013. It restores a community tradition that had been abandoned for years.

1. Independence Day Celebration
Friday, July 3 @ 7:00 pm (It must start earlier than this, but an earlier time hasn’t been confirmed)
Woodbury High School (located on Broad Street)
The event will feature two live bands and local food vendors.

2. Fireworks Display
Friday, July 3 @ dusk

Other events coming up in Woodbury include a car show in August and a fall festival parade in October. Find out more about the city.

Helpful NJ Fireworks Tips

Always confirm the time and location of your chosen event. Mistakes are sometimes made and sometimes events are cancelled or delayed. Before traveling a long distance, check on details with the town or the sponsoring organization.

Get there early and park so that you are able to get out easily. Try to park as close as you can to a big thoroughfare. You might have to walk a good distance to the event site, but it might be much easier to wade through heavy traffic.

Leave early if you can. Have everything ready to go when it’s time for the fireworks finale.

Enjoy celebrating America’s independence with one of the many 4th of July activities listed for Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties.

Call me, Sam Lepore, if you have any questions about my favorite July 4th events and which ones I recommend. South Jersey is a special place to live for many reasons. We’d love to share our community spirit with you and your family. Find your next home in South Jersey with real estate Sam Lepore of Long and Foster Real Estate. (856) 297-6827 is the number to call to begin the search for your new home in Burlington, Camden or Gloucester counties.

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