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Outer Banks Fireworks 2022


Find Outer Banks Events on the Fourth of July

Traveling to the Outer Banks for the 4th of July? You'll find the best fireworks spectacles and other Fourth of July events below. Come early with a blanket to get a good spot! 

4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS CELEBRATIONS

There are several fireworks displays to choose from this year.  Depending on where you are vacationing, you can choose the venue that is closest to you!

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Roanoke Island Festival Park Fireworks in Manteo, NC

Manteo - Manteo Waterfront 

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KILL DEVIL HILLS - AVALON PIER

Monday, July 4th 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Visitors can keep the Independence Day celebration going strong with this special fireworks display in the heart of the central Outer Banks that’s sponsored by the Town of Kill Devil Hills, and which is held at the scenic Avalon Pier.

The Avalon Pier is located at milepost 7, and while visitors won’t be able to watch the show from the pier itself, the wide and surrounding beaches are ideal for pulling up a chair and enjoying the show. The public is welcome to bring a chair, blanket, or beach towel and find a spot, and should note that parking may be limited, so an early arrival may be key. A rain date will be set in case of inclement weather, and town parking is free to the public, with multiple beach access points throughout the town, and walking-distance close to the oceanfront. (Visitors will want to arrive early to secure a spot.) A great way to cap off the Independence Day holiday, the Town of Kill Devil Hills fireworks show is sure to be an unforgettable part of any vacation.

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NAGS HEAD - NAGS HEAD FISHING PIER MILEPOST 11.5 

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COROLLA - WHALEHEAD CLUB

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More Information: https://www.visitcurrituck.com/

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Manteo - Roanoke Island Fireworks

RULES & REGULATIONS

North Carolina prohibits the possession of any pyrotechnics which launch or propels 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.

Parking at and near the fireworks display sites will be directed by police. 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. Please 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 oceanfront beaches. 

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