[4th of July on the Outer  Banks]


What better place to be on the 4th of July than the Outer Banks! Catch fireworks on the 4th at any of the locations listed below. Happy Birthday America!
2019 Independence Day Celebrations
Corolla The Annual Festival of Fireworks – July 4th Celebration will take place Wednesday, July 4, 2012 on the Currituck Heritage Park lawn. Arrive early to sign up for the Cornhole Tournament and Watermelon Eating Contest. Bring the whole family to enjoy all of the fun activities, music and entertainment. Local food vendors will also be on site. Find a place for your blanket or chair and settle in for a fun Currituck Outer Banks evening and the best fireworks show on the Outer Banks! This event will be held on the grounds of Currituck Heritage Park located at 1100 Club Road, Corolla, NC. For more information please visit The Currituck County Tourism website www.visitcurrituck.com.

 
Duck

Annual Fourth of July Parade - July 4 at 9:00 a.m. Duckís 10th annual Fourth of July Parade will be held on Friday, July 4, 2012 at 9:00 a.m., Immediately following the parade, join us at the Duck Town Park, 1200 Duck Road, for livThe 14th Annual 4th of July Parade begins on Wednesday, July 4 at 9 a.m. After the parade, walk to the Duck Town Park for a live Dixieland Bank, free watermelon provided by Green Acres Farm Market and the awarding of parade trophies. The one-mile parade route is the same annually and begins at the crest of the hill on Scarborough Lane. The route follows Scarborough Lane towards the ocean, turns left onto Ocean Way, and then heads down Christopher Drive ending at Pamela Court. No part of the parade takes place on Duck Road (NC 12). For more information or to register to participate, visit www.townofduck.com or call 252.255.1286 for more information.


 
Nags Head

Fireworks at Nags Head Pier
The Town of Nags Head is hosting, in conjunction with the Nags Head Fishing Pier and the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, the annual Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular on Thursday, July 4, 2019 at 9:25 p.m. on the ocean pier located at Mile Post 11.5 on NC Route 12, S. Virginia Dare Trail in Nags Head. A rain date has been set for Friday, July 5. The fireworks display will last approximately 20 minutes. Parking at and near the fireworks display site will be directed by the Nags Head Police Department. Those attending the show are encouraged to park east of U.S. Highway 158/S. Croatan Highway. Those choosing to park west of U.S. Highway 158/S. Croatan Highway should use extreme caution while attempting to cross this heavily traveled roadway. For more information please visit www.nagsheadnc.gov.


 
Manteo

July 4th Celebration with the Town of Manteo
Enjoy 4th of July on Manteo's Downtown Waterfront - Festivities start at 3 p.m. and run until dark (as fireworks begin). The 208th Army Band will be playing at Roanoke Island Festival Park at 8 p.m. Gates will open to the public at 6 p.m. Enjoy live music and stick around for the Town of Manteo fireworks starting at dusk. Don't forget to bring your chairs and blankets to sit and enjoy the show. Due to fireworks, we ask you to not bring your pets to the event. For more information please visit the Town Of Manteo www.townofmanteo.com or Roanoke Island Festival Park www.roanokeisland.com.


 
Kill Devil Hills

Fireworks
The Fireworks Show will be held at Avalon Pier, 2111 Virginia Dare Trail (Milepost 6). Fireworks begin at dark and can be viewed best from the beach. For more information please visit www.kdhnc.com.


 
Hatteras Island - Avon

Fireworks at Avon Pier on Hatteras Island
Avon and Hatteras Island's annual Independence Day celebration, "Fireworks at the Beach" on the 4th of July, is sponsored by the Avon Property Owners Association and funded in part by the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau. The fireworks display, permitted by and in cooperation with the National Park Service, will begin about 9:15 p.m. from a launch site at the end of the Avon Pier. The show, presented by PYROTECNICO, lasts about 20 minutes. Fireworks are visible all along the Avon beach and parking is limited, so walk, bike or carpool. This event is additionally made possible through donations from the Hatteras Island business community and its residents, property owners, and guests. Radio Hatteras will broadcast patriotic "Music for Fireworks" from 9 until 10 p.m. and "Red, White & Blue" music until Midnight at FM 101.5 and 99.9. Tune in at 9 p.m. to hear Bob Barris talk a little about the origin of Fireworks and offer a brief history lesson about the celebration of Independence Day. Then watch the sky light up to a very familiar Galactic tune, followed by a selection of patriotic music. To stream Radio Hatteras live on your computer, go to www.radiohatteras.org.


 


Information provided in part by each town and Dare County, NC.


 

 


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