Dearborn’s Best Places to See Fireworks this Fourth of July
A Picture Perfect Day
The breeze cools your skin as you reach into an ice-cold cooler for a drink. It's a beautiful day in Michigan.
Hot dogs sizzle, watermelon drips, and potato salad is served in bowls.
All of the senses are stimulated by the sights and sounds, aromas and feelings. The rides, games, and booths exude joy, and laughter echoes throughout the park, reflecting off the lake. Baseballs collide with gloves, and frisbees fly until dusk. Then, as if the day couldn't get any better…
The dark, open sky explodes with color over the trees, showering sparks in stunning red, blue, yellow, and green hues.
The crowd lets out "oohs" and "ahs," and the rockets whistle, whizz, and swirl, creating a vibrant atmosphere of light overhead. People are staring in awe as the energy level reaches an all-time high.
Take in the beauty of this moment, this wondrous holiday -
Fourth of July Fireworks!
Fairlane Woods understands that 2021 was a difficult year and that you are eager to see the shows. We put together the best fireworks shows near Dearborn, Michigan, despite the fact that they were somewhat limited last year. For more information, click on the following links:
With a limited number of free local shows this year, Salute to America is one of the best ways to celebrate the Fourth of July in Dearborn. This event is held annually by the Henry Ford and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and while tickets are not free, they are well worth the price. During the four-day event, three Detroit Symphony Orchestra performance areas with rotating ensembles will be on stage. Street food, cold beer, treats, and more, as well as a spectacular fireworks display, round out the festivities. Tickets are on sale for the festival, which runs from June 30 to July 3rd Here.
The Huron-Clinton Metroparks fireworks display
The Huron-Clinton Metroparks fireworks displays are one of Southeast Michigan's favorite traditions, bringing together so much fun and excitement. Tens of thousands of our neighbors gather – over picnics and under the stars – to celebrate our country's independence. You can be a part of it. The Rick Lieder Trio will provide live entertainment beginning at 6 p.m. At 10 p.m., there will be a fireworks display.
Ages: Suitable for all ages.
From 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
To enter the park, you must have a Metroparks daily or annual pass.
Let us know in the comments if you have any questions or know of other shows!