4th of July Fireworks 2010 - Where to See Them
Traveling to the Outer Banks for this 4th of July? You'll need to know where the extravagant fireworks displays will take place and to come early with a blanket for the family to get a good spot! This year the Outer Banks has only two Fireworks displays; Corolla - Whalehead Club & Manteo - Roanoke Island Festival Park.
18th Annual Independence Day Festival of Fireworks July 4, 2010 FREE - 6pm to 10pm
Fireworks begin at dusk but arrive early to enjoy food, fun activities, and fabulous music. Come early to find a place for your blankets and chairs and settle in for the best fireworks on the Outer Banks!
More Information: http://www.whaleheadclub.org/
America Celebrates/July 4th Fireworks July 4, 2010 FREE - Gates open at 6pm
Bring a picnic and enjoy the musical performance by East Carolina University and watch fireworks.
More Information: http://roanokeisland.com/
North Carolina prohibits the possession of any pyrotechnics which launch or propel into the air, or which explode making a sound or "report." Sparklers, fountains and ground displays are allowed only with adult supervision and when exercising extreme caution and fire prevention. Fireworks are illegal in Dare County, including all towns and villages.
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