Metro Detroit Fireworks 2023

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A complete list of Metro Detroit Firework Shows for 2023!

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

You might also be interested in checking out my Michigan Festivals & Fairs Post/List!

 

Fireworks

Friday, 6/9-Saturday, 6/10: Seymour Celebration (Oxford)

*Fireworks Postponed Due To Dry Conditions*

 

Sunday, June 18: Marysville Summer Fest

Fireworks at 10pm!

 

Thursday, June 22: Bay-Rama Fireworks Show (New Baltimore)

Walter & Mary Burke Park
 
Fireworks at Dusk
 
Tips:
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
 
 
 
 
6-10pm; Sibley Square Park
 
 
 
 
Friday, 6/23: Mt. Clemens Fireworks
 
Clinton Riverfront Park
 
 
Friday, 6/23: Fireworks Extravaganza (St. Clair Shores)
 
Veteran’s Memorial Park
 
Rain Date: Saturday, June 24
 
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.
 

 

Saturday, 6/24: Commere Lake Fireworks

The fireworks display will be on at dusk and will last approximately 30 minutes.

The show will go on rain or shine! In the event of severe weather – the rain date will be the following day. If we are unable to have the show the following day due to weather, we will have to re-apply for permits and insurance so most likely the show will be a week later.

 

Saturday, June 24: Taylor Summer Festival (Heritage Park, Taylor)

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

 

 

Saturday, 6/24: Walled Lake Civic Fund Firework Show (2 Options For Viewing Below)

1. Party at The Beach: Tiki Bar & Boil

It’s their TIKI TACO & TEQUILA FIESTA with FIREWORKS, PPD & SPECIAL GUESTS!

From their Facebook page: This is the BEACH party of the year! 20 different kinds of tequila!! Delicious tacos along with our full menu! Fantastic entertainment by Power Play Detroit and special guests…TBA …

2. Family Friendly Option

Best viewing is from Downtown Walled Lake, Pavilion Park, or Lake Shore Park

 

Saturday, 6/24: Red, White, & Blues Fireworks Event (Highland)

5-11pm; 305 N. John Street

Fireworks, Music, Food, Kid’s Activities, Vendors.
 
The fireworks will be launched at dusk on June 24th (rain date is June 25th) from the field at the corner of M-59 and John Street.
 
We encourage residents to park in a legal place or consider walking to the field taking care to avoid traffic. Come out early to enjoy the food, fun, music, and shopping! Event hours: 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm. See you there!
 
 
 
Dusk; Beck Ball Fields
 
The festival goes from 6/23-6/25, but the fireworks are on Saturday, 6/24!

 

Sunday, June 25: Livonia Spree Fireworks (Livonia)

Each year Livonia Spree concludes with its Grand Finale Fireworks Extravaganza on Sunday night at dusk (approximately 10:15 pm). Eagerly anticipated by Spree visitors, Sunday night will find the Spree grounds filled with people, and lawn chairs set up and picnics in progress along major Livonia streets.

This year the Livonia Anniversary Committee, Inc. will spend more than $50,000 for its annual 30-minutes fireworks show.  

Traffic Control

The Livonia Police Department will close Farmington Road between Five Mile and Schoolcraft, as well as Lyndon, Summers, and Civic Center Drive, all at Farmington Road, at approximately 7:00 pm.  After the fireworks show, traffic exiting Ford Field from the Lyndon and Farmington Road area will be directed southbound on Farmington Road toward Plymouth Road or eastbound on Schoolcraft from Farmington Road.  All traffic exiting the Spree grounds from Stark Road will be directed south on Stark Road to Plymouth or west on westbound Schoolcraft. Farmington Road between Five Mile and Schoolcraft will remain closed to normal traffic for approximately 40 minutes at the conclusion of the fireworks show.  The Spree Shuttle Service will be in full operation on Sunday from noon until after the fireworks to transport visitors between the Spree grounds and the parking facilities at Livonia City Hall.

 

Sunday, June 25: “Cars Under The Stars” (M1 Concourse, Pontiac)

You need to buy a ticket for this one! 

Join us at our annual Cars Under The Stars Fireworks Spectacular presented by Coca-Cola. Enjoy a car show, food truck rally, and, of course, a grand display of fireworks at M1 Concourse on Sunday, June 26th from 5:00-10:00 pm.

Event goes from 5pm-10:00pm (Fireworks at dusk)

Food trucks, craft beer stands, and live music

 

Sunday, June 25: Festival in the Park (Madison Heights)

7-10:30pm

Civic Center Park

Grab your friends, family, and neighbors and join us Sunday, June 25th at Civic Center Park for our annual Festival in the Park!
This night promises to have something for everyone! Come check out the 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 26: 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! If you can be out on the water on a boat…that’s even better!

You can also go on a Fireworks Cruise through Infinity & Ovation Yacht Charters. It is a fundraising event that benefits First Tee – Greater Detroit

https://firstteegreaterdetroit.org/2023-fireworks-cruise/.

 

Wednesday, June 28: Festival of the Hills Fireworks Show (Borden Park, Rochester)

Borden Park

FREE to attend! Fireworks at 10pm!

 

Thursday, 6/29 – Satruday, 7/1: Bay City Fireworks Festival

Fireworks all three nights!

Show starts at 10:12pm each night!

For More Michigan Fairs & Festivals <<Click Here

 

Friday, June 30: Shelby Township Independence Day Fireworks (Stony Creek Metro Park)

Stony Creek, Eastwood Beach

Time:  7:00 pm -10:30 pm

Fireworks: 10:05pm

Tens of thousands of our neighbors gather together – over picnics and under the stars – to enjoy this celebration of our American Independence. And you can be part of it. Arrive early to attend the Macomb Symphony Orchestra playing their show “Celebrate America”, with special guest the 338th Army Band. Orchestra and Band will play from 7:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.

Fireworks begin when it starts getting dark and will be shot off over the lake.

Ages: Fun for all ages!

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

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.

 

Friday, June 30: Lexington Fireworks

FREE

Tierney Park

~9:30pm/Dusk

 

Friday, June 30: Utica (Jimmy John’s Field)

And every Friday throughout the summer!

 

Friday, June 30 – Monday, July 3 @ Greenfield Village (Dearborn)

5-10pm each night

You do need tickets (Click the Link Above)

In partnership with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, The Henry Ford proudly presents Salute to America in Greenfield Village.

Begin your evening by walking through Greenfield Village at your own pace while listening to musical ensembles perform across the venue. At dusk, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra takes center stage on the Village Green for a triumphant musical performance in celebration of Independence Day. The evening ends with a stirring “1812” Overture performance, cannon fire and a brilliant fireworks finale.

Join us and take in the unique atmosphere of Greenfield Village at night. Enjoy your favorite summer treat as you stroll and listen to performance groups across the village, each showcasing a diverse assembly of music from American history, including choral singing, ragtime, jazz and more. Grab a blanket, get comfortable and take a seat on the Village Green for a three-part grand finale, including a full Detroit Symphony Orchestra performance for the first time since 2019.

An exuberant collection of songs, food and fanfare connects families, friends and neighbors to honor the great American experiment. We invite you to a Fourth of July celebration unlike any other at Salute to America.

 

 

Saturday, July 1: Willow Metropark (New Boston)

From their site:

Time: Fireworks at dusk (10pm)

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.

Time:  6:00 pm -10:45 pm

 

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

Algonac Waterfront Park

Fireworks @ 10pm

Presented by the Algonac Lions Club

Free!

 

Saturday, July 1: Lake Orion Fireworks (on Lake Orion)

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

 

Saturday, July 1: Independence Fest (Clarkston)

Clintwood Park

10PM Fireworks

 

 

Saturday, 7/1: Lake Fenton

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

 

Sunday, July 2: Whitmore Lake

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

2023 Facebook Event Page

 

Sunday, 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.

 

Monday, 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 3: Sylvan Lake

Oakland County Boat Club Fireworks shot over Sylvan Lake. Fireworks start at dusk. There is no parking on the streets. Paid parking will be available at the Community Center. Buy a parking pass from City Hall starting in June.

 

Monday, July 3: Wolverine Lake Tiki Night Fireworks

Always held on July 3rd according to their website!

 

Monday, July 3: Frankenmuth (Part of  THE VOLKSLÄUFE – THE PEOPLE’S RACE)

Heritage Park

The Volksläufe, German for “The People’s Race,” is held annually in celebration of family, friendship, and fitness! Each year, the Frankenmuth Jaycees present this exciting and enjoyable Independence Day experience which includes our premier races on July 4th, as well as a fireworks celebration on July 3rd. The fireworks display, which is enjoyed by runners from across this great region and community members alike, is fully funded by the proceeds raised by the Frankenmuth Jaycees through this project. It is one of the many ways our organization looks to serve our community each year. We truly appreciate all of the support from our runners, our business sponsors, our annual vendors, and our community.

The Jaycees are a volunteer leadership organization consisting of civic-minded individuals between the ages of 21-41. All proceeds from the Volksläufe will serve to fund the July 3rd fireworks display. Any excess proceeds will be donated in our traditional manner to various charitable causes. Thank you for your continued support of this great racing tradition!

 

Monday, 7/3: Ortonville Fireworks & Food Trucks

Brandon High School

5-10pm

20+ Food Trucks, inflatables, face painters, henna artist, music and more!! Fireworks at dusk.

 

Tuesday, July 4: Comerica Park after the Tiger’s game

You can purchase tickets to the game (linked above) or you could also hang out at one of the rooftop patios downtown (like Tin Roof or the Monarch Club) to catch the fireworks show too!

 

Tuesday, July 4: Macray Harbor (Harrison Twp)

You do have to purchase a ticket in advance for this event!

Tickets are $39.99 for adults and $24 for kids (Does not include tax or gratuity)

Tickets do include a buffet dinner, a cash bar, and a DJ!

 

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

9-11pm; 201 N. Riverside Ave., St. Clair, MI

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.

 

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

Clawson Park

Clawson Freedom Festival, Food Trucks, & Fireworks!

 

Tuesday, July 4: Fenton Freedom Festival

Fireworks at Silver Lake Park

 

Tuesday, July 4: Holly Fireworks

Fireworks at Lakeside Park

 

Tuesday, July 4: Gibraltar

Gibraltar Festival Celebration (7/3-7/4) & Fireworks on 7/4!

 

Tuesday, July 4: Saginaw

View along the Saginaw River!

 

Tuesday, July 4: Red, White, & Boom at Youngblood Vineyard (Ray Twp)

Have you ever watched an aerial fireworks display from the middle of a vineyard? With close to 2,000 guests in attendance last 4th of July, this is sure to be another record year!
 
PARKING PASS Purchase ($10): Due to limited parking availability, we are requiring all vehicles to be registered with a prepaid parking pass. This is still a free event to attend, but your vehicle must have a parking pass ($10) to enter the gate. No walk-ins allowed (no parking in the Chub subdivision or Ray Center Road). Once you exit the vineyard, your parking pass ($10) will be void and no re-entry will be allowed. There is a limited number of parking spaces available and no refunds will be offered for non-attendance. Parking pass ($10) refunds will be offered ONLY if we need to cancel the event due to inclement weather. Gates close at 8pm. No entry after 8pm regardless of parking pass purchase.
 
Bring your own lawn chairs, blankets and picnic for the fireworks display in the vineyard at dusk. The tasting pavilion will be open from 4-9pm, 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 inside of our gated farm and available only to those with a prepaid parking pass ($10).
ALLOWED: lawn chairs, blankets, outside food, pop up tents, coolers, children.
NOT ALLOWED: absolutely 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. No walk-ins at the gate. Again, we are a winery and do not allow outside alcohol at this event.
 
The tasting pavilion will be open from 4pm-9pm 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 have pop, water, and wood fired pizza while they last. Please remember your bug spray and sun screen.
 
TIME: Fireworks will begin at 9:45pm. You may come for the day or just for the fireworks, but because of parking this year, all guests must have a parking pass ($10). Again, there is no parking on Ray Center Road.
 
Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass ($10). Hope to see you all there! Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass in the link provided.

 

Wednesday, July 5, 2023: Clinton Township Fireworks

Clinton Township Civic Center
40700 Romeo Plank Rd.

Shuttle service and additional parking available at Erie Elementary, CVHS 9th Grade Center, and St. Paul of Tarsus Church.

“Your Generation in Concert” Event

6pm: Pre-Show Activities Start

8:30-10pm: Concert

10:05pm: Fireworks

Clinton Township Recreation invites you to bring your family, neighbors, and friends to this great night out!  Through the generous donations from business organizations of the Clinton Township community, your family will experience first-class entertainment in a beautiful, outdoor setting.  Come and participate in the FREE pre-show events, which include inflatables, face painting (provided by First State Bank), and other fun-filled activities.  No need to prepare dinner, food vendors will be available for you to purchase a quick meal or snack.

NO alcohol or glass containers, please.

The Greater Clinton Township Historical Society and the Clinton Township Historical Commission will open the Moravian Meeting Hall Museum and the Williams Log Cabin, with costumed interpreters presenting information, answering questions, and conducting demonstrations on the rich history of our area during the festivities.

 

Thursday, 7/6: Farmington

The official City of Farmington Hills 50th Anniversary party begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 6, 2023, at Founders Sports Park, located at 35500 W. Eight Mile Road with games, food, entertainment from Fifty Amp Fuse, and fireworks.

 

Friday, July 7: Uncle Sam Jam (Woodhaven Civic Center)

A huge carnival midway, live national concerts, fireworks, monster truck rides, a petting zoo, and much more.

Check out the official Uncle Sam Jam website HERE.

 

Friday, 7/7: Comerica Park (Detroit)

I posted about this one already (above).

 

Friday, 7/7: Oakland County Fair (Davison)

Opening Day Fireworks!

Join us opening day for a fireworks celebration to kick off our 2023 Oakland County Fair. Be entertained before the show beginning at 7 pm the Grant Reiff band and the Crowning of the 2023 Oakland County Fair Royalty during the intermission.

 

Sunday, 7/23: Fraser Lions Club Carnival (Fraser)

Join us for our annual Fraser Lions Club Carnival.
Carnival starting Thursday evening to Sunday night.
Live bands Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the beer tent.
Cornhole tournament Saturday afternoon located in the beer tent.
Vender Show all weekend
Fireworks display closes out the weekend Sunday evening at dusk

 

Thursday, 7/27: Sterlingfest

Michigan’s best summer festival, Sterlingfest Art & Music Fair, is returning to Sterling Heights from July 27, 28 and 29, running all three days from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.!
 
Sterling Heights is gearing up for this much-loved summer extravaganza packed with great music, fantastic art, delicious food and fun for the whole family!
 
Sterlingfest features three exciting days of entertainment, great food from area restaurants and attractions such as a family Midway, Suds ‘n’ Sounds Stage & Beer Pavilion, Jazz & Blues Stage, Kidzfest Stage/Tent and the wares of more than 100 arts and crafts vendors.
 
Our main stage musical lineup for 2023 includes:
 
Thursday, July 27
7 p.m. – Opener TBA
8 p.m. – Hip Hop Hooray (90s and 90s hip hop tribute)
Dusk – Christian Financial Credit Union Fireworks Show
 
Friday, July 28
7 p.m. – No Resolve
8:30 p.m. – Steven Adler of Guns N Roses (playing all the Guns N Roses hits)
 
Saturday, July 29
7 p.m. – Black Irish featuring Tosha Owens
8 p.m. – Ann Wilson of Heart
For a full lineup of performers and more info on the festival, visit sterlingfest.info.

 

Saturday, 8/5: Westland Blues, Brews, & BBQ (Westland)

Thomas H. Brown Central Park

Drone Light Show and Fireworks

This will be the biggest and best fireworks show Westland has ever seen! Fireworks will begin at 10:00pm on Saturday, August 5th, 2023.  But it gets better!

The City of Westland will also be featuring a drone light show before the start of the traditional fireworks display!

 

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

Check out my Michigan Festivals & Fairs post next!

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  1. June 15, 2023 / 3:12 pm

    Hello! You’re missing the 33rd Yale Bologna Festival Fireworks on Friday, July 28, at 10:15pm

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