Outer Banks 4th of July Fireworks & Events
Traveling to the Outer Banks for the 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 four Fireworks displays; Corolla - Whalehead Club, Kill Devil Hills - Avalon Fishing Pier, Nags Head - Nags Head Fishing Pier & Manteo - Manteo Waterfront. Search for available vacation rentals here.
Corolla Festival of Fireworks DATE TBD - 5pm to 10pm
Mark your calendars for the 23rd Annual Festival of Fireworks which will be held on Friday, July 3 2015. What better way to celebrate America's independence than with free live music and a spectacular fireworks show. The Annual Independence Day Celebration in Corolla offers an afternoon of fun family activities. The event features food vendors, a cornhole tournament, watermelon eating contest, and children's games. Admission and parking are free; event starts at 5:00 p.m. with a fireworks display at dusk. Sponsored by the Currituck County Department of Travel and Tourism.
More Information: http://www.whaleheadclub.org/
Phone: 252.453.9040 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kill Devil Hills
Town of Kill Devil Hills will celebrate the 4th of July with a fireworks show at dusk on the Avalon Fishing Pier located at Mile Post 6 on the beach road.
The Town of Nags Head will host, in conjunction with the Nags Head Fishing Pier and the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, the annual Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular date TBD on the ocean pier located at Mile Post 11.5 on NC Route 12, S. Virginia Dare Trail in Nags Head. 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.
All persons attending this event are reminded not to use or block private driveways. Vehicles blocking driveways or presenting a traffic hazard before, during, or immediately following this event will be towed. The Town of Nags Head requests that persons use the public beach accesses as pathways to the oceanfront. Please stay off the environmentally sensitive dune and do not use the private property of others, such as private gazebos or decks, to view the fireworks without the property owner’s permission.
No vehicles, with the exception of authorized Town and emergency vehicles, will be allowed on the ocean front beaches.
The following public beach accesses are recommended for access to the beach for fireworks viewing:
- Curlew Street
- Hollowell Street
- Conch Street
North of Nags Head Pier
- Bladen Street
- Bittern Street
- Bonnett Street
- Barnes Street
- Blackman Street
Jockey’s Ridge State Park is another ideal spot for viewing the fireworks. Other local fireworks may be seen but distantly. The park will be open late July 4th to accommodate visitors. Please call the park at 252-441-7132 for more information.
Town of Manteo 4th of July Celebration: July 4th, 2016:
Budleigh Street , Manteo, NC 27954
Phone: 252-473-2133 Celebrate Independence Day with small town flair at the Town of Manteo 4th of July celebration. Participate in wacky hat contest, decorated bike contest, apple pie contest and so much more. Then after the sun goes down take in one of the best firework shows on the Outer Banks. For more information call the Town of Manteo at 252-473-2133 or visit townofmanteo.com
The 12th Annual Town of Duck 4th of July Parade is scheduled for Monday, July 4th 2016 at 9:00 a.m., immediately followed by the Community Celebration at Duck Town Park, 1200 Duck Road.
Immediately following the parade, join us at the Duck Town Park, 1200 Duck Road, for live music, cold refreshments and the awarding of the 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 Duck Road (NC 12). No part of the parade takes place on Duck Road (NC 12). For more information or to register to participate, visit townofduck.com/duck4thofjuly or call 252.255.1286 for more information.
More Information: http://www.townofduck.com/duck4th/
Rules & Regulations
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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