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Where to see Independence Day fireworks near Montgomery

By Product Expert | Posted in Community, Holidays on Thursday, June 21st, 2018 at 8:03 pm
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4th of July fireworks near Montgomery AL 2018

Are you looking for a big fireworks show? Then we can help. We have a listing of all the 4th of July fireworks near Montgomery, AL and the surrounding areas for 2018. We will also inform you of firework laws as well as tips for staying safe.

Montgomery Fireworks

Date: Wednesday, July 4
Time: 9 p.m.
Place: Blount Cultural Park


Date: Wednesday, July 4
Time: At Dusk
Place: Stanley-Jensen Stadium

Wetumpka Fireworks

Date: Wednesday, July 4
Time: 8:30 p.m.
Place: Gold Star Park


Date: Saturday, July 7
Time: 8:30 p.m.
Place: Williams Chapel United Methodist Church

people looking at a display of fireworksAre personal fireworks legal in Alabama?

Most of your common fireworks are legal to possess and use in Alabama. This includes bottle rockets, firecrackers, roman candles, smoke bombs, sparklers, spinners, and sky flyers. “Ground salute” fireworks with more than two-grains of explosive are illegal, also purchasing fireworks by mail order is illegal too.

Are personal fireworks legal in Montgomery?

That’s all well and good for most of Alabama, but what about in the city? Montgomery and some other larger communities in the area have an outright ban on all fireworks. In many cases, this even includes simply possessing them.

If you live in Montgomery and want to light off some fireworks of your own, then go outside of Montgomery and Autauga Counties. Remember to only use fireworks responsibly and on land that you own or on land whose owner you have an agreement with.

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girl holding a sparklerSafety tips for fireworks

If you do light off your own fireworks, remember to be safe. Never point fireworks at yourself or other people and always treat them with respect. Make sure you also keep your distance and never use them in a manner counter to the manufacturer’s intentions.

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One of the leading causes of injury and destruction of property from fireworks is accidental fire. Keep this in mind when you are picking a location. Dry areas can be extremely dangerous and especially common in Alabama around Independence Day. It can also be useful to have a source of water nearby in case you need to act fast.

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