With our fighting men and women overseas protecting our freedom and risking their lives, the fourth of July means a little more to America. The sound and feeling of a fireworks show on Independence day can't help but give you goose bumps and a feeling of national pride. Here are some of the best places to view Fireworks in the Buffalo, New York area.

Jam In The Valley

Photograph by Brad Hohman
Photograph by Brad Hohman

Jam in the Valley has one of the most impressive fireworks displays you'll ever see. The show starts with a Revolutionary era color guard shooting off a cannon. As the fireworks begin to explode overhead a large replica of the Statue of Liberty begins to rise along side an enormous American flag. Truly one of the most patriotic scenes you'll ever see.  Note: You'll need tickets to see the lineup of Country artists throughout the weekend, including Sam Hunt, Jake Owen and Easton Corbin as well as to see the display.


Darien Lake

Darien Lake annually has a huge fireworks and laser show on the forth of July that draws in huge crowds each year. The price of the show is a one day admission tickets, which means that you and your family can enjoy the park all day before the fireworks show begins.

9993 Allegheny Road
Darien Center, NY 14040

Clarence Town Park

The third annual HollowFest 4th of July 2015 Fair takes places at Clarence Town Park, July 2-4. The fireworks happen on the Fourth.

Main Street in Clarence

University at Buffalo

With tens of thousands of people attending the event due to the central location of UB North Campus, the fireworks start at 10 p.m.

University at Buffalo North Campus
Flint Entrance & Maple Rd
Buffalo, NY 14226

Spirit of Buffalo

The Spirit of Buffalo is 73 foot topsail schooner that has been taking Buffalo residents on unique rides around Buffalo’s waters since 2009. On July fourth riders can enjoy fireworks from the Central Warf from the water.

Erie Canal Harbor - Central Wharf
next to the Buffalo Naval Park

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