Metro Detroit Fireworks 2022

Metro Detroit Fireworks 2022

A complete list of Metro Detroit Firework Shows for 2022!

Please check the links for more info. Also, please note that these dates and times may be subject to change depending on the weather!



Thursday, June 23: Bay-Rama Fireworks Show (New Baltimore)

Fireworks at Dusk from Walter & Mary Burke Park
Get there early to save a spot!
Bring blankets, pillows, etc. for comfortable seating.
No pets are allowed in the park
No glass containers are allowed in the park
No smoking is allowed in the park
*Rain out night is Friday*
Entertainment from the Meldrum Brothers Band

Friday, June 24: Shelby Township Independence Day Fireworks (Stony Creek Metro Park)

Last year this show was a the Ford Field Central Park (23 & Van Dyke). This year it is moving to Stony Creek.

Fireworks Start at 10pm.

From the Event Page: The Shelby Township Independence Day Fireworks are back to light up the sky on June 24, but the show moves to Stony Creek Metro Park this year.
Presented by the Signs365, the Shelby Township Independence Day Fireworks show is one of the largest shows in Michigan.
While walking or biking into Stony Creek is free, Metro Park daily vehicle passes are $10 per vehicle. Annual passes start at $40 per vehicle for residents from Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties and $45 for non-residents. Metro Park entry is free for vehicles with a state-issued Disabled Veteran license plate.
Veteran’s Memorial Park
Fireworks begin at dark.
Wristbands can be purchased in advance at the Civic Ice Arena (20000 Stephens, St. Clair Shores), $3 residents, $5 for non residents or at the gate $5 for everyone. Parking passes are available in advance for $10.
Food trucks will also be on-site:
BL Ellis Catering
BBQ Daddy
Almonds R Nuts
Motor City Sweet Treats



Saturday, June 25: Jubilee Fireworks (Green’s Park, Lake Orion)

Beer Tent! Fireworks at 10. Put on by the Lion’s Club!



Saturday, June 25: Taylor Summer Festival (Heritage Park, Taylor)

You need to buy a ticket for this one! (Linked above)

From their website: The Taylor Summer Festival is excited to announce Dylan Scott will be performing on the main stage on Saturday, June 25. That is also fireworks night at the festival. The Family Tradition Band and the Cody Boggs Band will also be hitting the stage. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, March 4.

(I know the guys from The Family Tradition Band, and they are awesome!)



Saturday, 6/25: Walled Lake Beach Party (Walled Lake)

The Beach: Tiki Bar & Boil

Join us for a fun filled day!! Drink and food specials, great entertainment and finishing the night off with the best fireworks in Michigan!! Limited seating! Feel free to bring your own lawn chair!! $10 cover.



Sunday, June 26: “Cars Under The Stars” (M1 Concourse, Pontiac)

You need to buy a ticket for this one! 

Event goes from 6pm-10:30pm (Fireworks at 9:45)

Food trucks, craft beer stands, and live music

Ticket Prices:

$10.00 Walk-in 
$5.00 for Pontiac residents
$30.00 trackside parking (includes driver and passengers)
$45.00 arena parking (includes driver and passengers)



Sunday, June 26: Festival in the Park (Madison Heights)


Civic Center Park

Live music, face painting, airbrush tattoos, food vendors and inflatables! The night will finish with a brilliant firework display at 10:00 PM.



Monday, June 27: Ford Fireworks (Detroit)

To purchase a ticket to the Rooftop Party Fundraiser, click the link above!

Hart Plaza is a great spot to watch the show too!



Wednesday, June 29: Festival of the Hills Fireworks Show (Borden Park, Rochester)

FREE to attend! Fireworks at 10pm!

From the Event Page:

The festival will feature free activities for the whole family starting at 6:00 p.m.
– Petting Zoo
– Inflatables
– Rock Climbing Wall
– Cornhole Games, hosted by RARA
– Dodgeball, hosted by RARA
– Take and Make Craft, hosted by the Rochester Hills Public Library
Guests will be able to purchase a variety of food including cotton candy, fried oreos, hot dogs, elephant ears, mac-n-cheese, pulled pork sandwiches, chicken tenders – and more.
At 6:45 p.m. there will be a screening of Disney’s Encanto on the blue diamond field.
The event is free to attend, thanks to the many businesses that support the event including GFL, Papa Joes, Beaumont Health, Pro-Line, Bolyard Lumber, and Meijer.
Woodward Sports Network co-creator Joey Namou and Channel 955 DJ Paul Martindale will be spinning family friendly music throughout the night.
At 10:06 p.m., guests will enjoy a fireworks show choreographed to some of your favorite hits from pop music to Motown.
All Festival of the Hills events are located at Earl E. Borden Park on the southeast corner of Hamlin and John R. Roads. For more information visit for details.



Wednesday, June 30 – Saturday, July 3 @ Greenfield Village (Dearborn)

6-10pm each night

You do need tickets (Click the Link Above)

What is included (from their site):

  • Grand stage performance by Detroit Symphony Orchestra at 8:30 p.m.
  • Rotating performance groups, including brass, ragtime piano, blues, jazz and more
  • Holiday theming and decade vignettes, featuring 1876 Centennial activities, 1976 Bicentennial picnic, 1950s lawncare, 1930s Depression-era and more
  • Military fife and drum parade
  • Summer street food, cold treats and craft beer
  • “1812” Overture performance with cannon fire
  • Celebratory fireworks finale
  • FREE carousel rides



Friday, July 1: Willow Metropark (New Boston)

From their site:

Time: Fireworks at dusk

Cost: Free! A Metroparks daily or annual pass is required to enter any Metropark.

Location: Willow Metropark, Pool Activity Area

If you have questions, please call (734) 697-9181.



Friday, July 1: Lexington Fireworks


Tierney Park




???Friday, July 1: Algonac Lions Pickerel Tournament Fireworks Night (Clay Twp)???

Last year the fireworks were on Friday. The night for the fireworks for 2022 has not been announced yet, so stay tuned!

Algonac Waterfront Park

Fireworks @ 10pm

Presented by the Algonac Lions Club




Friday, July 1-Monday July 4: Comerica Park after the Tiger’s game

The Tiger’s are HOME all through the weekend! Get a ticket and enjoy the game and fireworks! Or you could hang out at one of the rooftop patios downtown (like Tin Roof or the Monarch Club) to catch the fireworks show too!



 Saturday, July 2: Kensington Metropark (Milford)

Time: Fireworks display starts ~10:00 p.m.

Cost: Free! A Metroparks daily or annual pass is required to enter any Metropark.

Location: Kensington Metropark

For questions please call 810.227.8910.



Saturday, July 2: Lake Orion Fireworks (on Lake Orion)

Not too much to say about this one…you need lake access!



Saturday, July 2: Independence Fest (Clarkston)

Clintwood Park

Schedule of Events
July 2, 2022 11AM–Dusk Clintonwood Park
11AM–3PM Military Museum
11AM–9PM Inflatable Fun for Kids
11:30AM Veterans Ceremony
12PM–1:30PM Performance by TJ Craven
11AM–5PM The Finch Marketplace
By The Finch Clarkston
11AM–7PM Petting Zoo
12PM–7PM Rock Climbing Wall
11AM–8PM FREE Spray Park Admission
12PM, 2PM, 4PM FREE Cincinnati Circus Thrill Shows
7–10PM The Michigan Stilt Walker
7–10PM Live Music on Main Stage
Your Generation in Concert
10PM Fireworks
There will be great food available for purchase all day long, such as pulled pork sandwiches, hamburgers, Greek pitas, roasted almonds and more.  Attendees can also bring their own picnic. Coolers are allowed. No glass please. Alcohol is not permitted in Township Parks.
Please see the event description for the full details!



Saturday, July 2: Whitmore Lake

Fireworks at dusk! Click the link above for more info!



Sunday, July 3: Lake Erie Metropark Fireworks (Brownstown Charter Twp)

Time: Fireworks display start ~10:00 p.m.

Cost: Free! A Metroparks daily or annual pass is required to enter any Metropark.

Location: Lake Erie Metropark

For questions please call (734) 379-5020.



Monday, July 4: MacRay Harbor

It sounds like a members only event, but there’s no reason why you can’t see them from the water…



Monday, July 4: St. Clair on the River (Can view from Palmer Park)

From their site: Join the city of St. Clair to celebrate Independence Day with a spectacular fireworks display presented by American Fireworks. The display begins at dusk. If viewing from Palmer Park, alongside our newly renovated boardwalk, parking is available on Riverside Avenue and in the parking lot of St. Clair Riverview Plaza (201 N. Riverside Avenue). Along with several local restaurants open for business, there will also be numerous Vendor concessions.


Monday, July 4: Youngblood Vineyard: Red, White, & BOOM (Ray Twp)

Free! (They are asking that you RSVP though.)

12:00 PM – 10:00 PM
61829 Ray Center Rd, 61829 Ray Center Rd, Ray, MI 48096

From their Facebook Event Page:

Have you ever watched an aerial fireworks display from the middle of a vineyard? With over 1,200 guests in attendance last 4th of July, this is sure to be another record year! Bring your own lawn chairs, blankets and picnic for the fireworks display in the vineyard at dusk. This is a FREE event put on for our CUSTOMERS only.
The tasting pavilion will be open for normal hours (noon-9pm), and wine will be available for purchase by the glass and bottle. With over 40 acres, we have plenty of space for lawn chairs, blankets and pop up sunshades on the vineyard. Parking is on a first come basis, so come early and stay all day!
Last year we closed the gates at 7:30 because our parking was full. Walk-ins and drop offs were still welcome.
Registration is FREE and required but does not guarantee admission if our parking is full. Please arrive early!
Please read our last minute FAQ and helpful tips.
ALLOWED: lawn chairs, blankets, outside food, pop up tents, coolers, children.
NOT ALLOWED: no dogs or other animals, no outside alcohol, no smoking, no parking on the street and no early set up or vehicle drop off if leaving the property before the show.
The tasting pavilion will be open to the public from noon-9p and our wood fired pizza oven will be blazing until we run out of dough. Because of the overwhelming interest in this event, we will not be offering any tastings, but wine will be available for purchase by the glass and bottle.
We also have pop, water, and wood fired pizza while they last. Please remember your bug spray and sun screen.
TIME: Fireworks will begin sometime between 9:30-9:45. You may come for the day or just for the fireworks, but once our parking is full, we will close the gates. We have no way of knowing if or when this may occur. Again, there is no parking on Ray Center Road.
Don’t forget to register. Hope to see you all there!



Monday,  July 4: 4th of July Fireworks (Clawson)

Clawson Park

Clawson Freedom Festival, Food Trucks, & Fireworks!



Friday, July 8: Uncle Sam Jam (Woodhaven Civic Center)

Last year this one was on July 2, so the 2022 date is almost a week later! Just an FYI.

From the Facebook Event Page:

The Uncle Sam Jam will be back and better than ever with a huge carnival midway, live national concerts, fireworks, monster truck rides, a petting zoo, and much more.
We will be announcing the concert lineup in a few weeks.

Check out the official Uncle Sam Jam website HERE.



Hope you guys are able to enjoy some fabulous fireworks this year!


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