One of the many claims to fame for the Queen City during the 4th of July holiday is the bulk of fireworks displays that will be on full displays in the entire region, and if you’re looking for a spectacular fireworks show, check out these five displays.
Ault Park Independence Day Fireworks
July 4 @ 10 pm
Ault Park -- 3600 Observatory Ave., Cincinnati, OH 452088
Ault Park is one of Cincinnati’s great gems, and this park will be home to one of the Tri-State’s oldest fireworks displays. The park’s Independence Day Fireworks have been a tradition at Ault Park for 51 years, and the 52nd edition will be one of the inspiring proportions.
LaRosa’s Balloon Glow at Coney Island
July 3 @ 10 pm
Coney Island -- 6201 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45230
Cincinnati’s version of Coney Island will have a patriotic feel to it. The amusement park will host the LaRosa’s Balloon Glow, which will feature hot air balloons and a nice fireworks display over the park’s Lake Como. Best of all, it’s free with park admission.
Washington Park 4th of July Jam
July 1 @ 9 pm
Washington Park -- 1230 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
If you love music and fireworks, this is your event. The Washington Park 4th of July Jam has been a tradition for many who are in love with music (like us), and at the end of the event, there will be the fireworks show that will provide a colorful ending to the day’s festivities.
Lights in Flight Fireworks Festival
July 3 @ 5 pm
Riverscape MetroPark -- 11 E. Monument Ave., Dayton, OH 45402
If you’re up for a road trip, the city of Dayton will host a fantastic fireworks show over its downtown. The Lights in Flight Fireworks Festival is one of Southwest Ohio’s largest festivals, and the fireworks will be just as spectacular as they are in Cincinnati.
4th of July Bash at Fountain Square
July 3 @ 10 pm
Fountain Square -- 520 Vine St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
Once again, Fountain Square will be the site of one of the largest 4th of July parties in Ohio. The 4th of July Bash at Fountain Square is a tradition among many Tri-State families, and the main reason is the spectacular fireworks show that will light up the city over the Ohio River.