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In Northern Virginia, there is a selection of great places to watch vibrant fireworks shows with your loved ones. View the fireworks going off at the National Mall in Washington DC by the National Park Service—specifically at the George Washington Memorial Parkway, including US Marine Corps War Memorial, Netherlands Carillon grounds, Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove, Gravelly Point Park, and along the Mount Vernon Trail from the 14th Street Bridge to Theodore Roosevelt Island. Parking is allowed in designated parking areas only.
City of Fairfax – Saturday, July 3 – Independence Day celebrations will start with a parade at 4100 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Va. at 10 a.m. The parade loops around downtown Fairfax, along Chain Bridge Road, Main Street, University Drive and Armstrong Street.
On July 4, an evening show will kick off at 6:30 p.m. with on-stage entertainment followed by a spectacular fireworks display. Fairfax High School, 3501 Lion Run.
Herndon – July 4 at 9:30 pm. Fireworks launched from the Herndon Centennial Golf Course. Viewing opportunities at Bready Park, 814 Ferndale Ave. with access for parking and field seating opening no earlier than 8 pm. There will be no food concessions or entertainment this year.
Lorton – July 2nd, Workhouse Fireworks – 5pm-10pm (VIP Access) 6pm – 10 pm (Drive In Tail Gate Access). Workhouse Arts Center Campus, 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton. Phone: (703) 584-2986
Lake Fairfax Park – July 3 – 9:15 PM. 1400 Lake Fairfax Dr., Reston, VA 20190. Park admission is free but advance tickets cost $10 per car. Day-of tickets may be purchased at the park for $15 per car. Phone: 703-471-5415. More information HERE
Warrenton – July 2, at about 9:30 p.m. Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility, 800 Waterloo Rd, Warrenton. The WARF parking lot will be open for viewers. Sports fields and parking lots at Fauquier High School, across the street from the WARF, will be open. More HERE.
The Plains – July 4 – Gates will open at 6 pm. Great Meadow, 5089 Old Tavern Road, The Plains, Va.
Below is a list of Loudoun County’s public fireworks displays this July 4th season, as provided by the Fire Marshal.
Purcellville – June 27 – Hillsboro, 37110 Charles Town Pike.
Chantilly – July 2 – South Riding, 43237 Golf View Drive.
Aldie – July 2 – Greens at Willowsford, 41085 Willowsford Lane, (Private Show)
Ashburn — July 2 – 19661 Belmont Manor Lane
Sterling – July 2 – Sterling Park Golf, 333 South Sterling Blvd., Sterling
Ashburn – July 3 – Lansdowne Resort, 44050 Russell Branch Parkway, (Private Show)
Waterford – July 3 – 40266 Water Street
Leesburg – July 4 – Ida Lee, Leesburg 60 Ida Lee Drive.
Purcellville – July 4 – Franklin Park, 17501 Franklin Park Drive
Manassas Park – July 4, at dusk. Signal Hill Park, 9300 Signal View Dr, Manassas Park. Food trucks, games, and more. Shuttles will be available from VRE starting at 5:30 pm. More information call 703-335-8872 or view HERE.
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