Put on your red, white and blue, get outdoors and celebrate the 4th of July in the Laurel Highlands with your friends and family!
With many community celebrations canceled, everyone from racetracks and resorts to private citizens and country clubs have stepped up to give our region a weekend full of fireworks and fun. Grab your blanket, set up a chair and check out the best places to see 4th of July fireworks in Westmoreland, Fayette and Somerset counties in 2020.
BOOM! Fireworks Over Fayette - June 28
Fayette County will kick off the revelry with their free Fireworks Over Fayette event June 28 at 9:30 p.m. Parking will be available at Uniontown Mall for the best view of the show and social distancing is strongly encouraged.
Fireworks Over Fayette is presented by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce and thanks to the generous sponsorship of local organizations, corporate sponsors and private citizens. Thanks for keeping this celebration alive and well in the county!
Independence Day at the Castle - July 3
Vinoski Winery is the place to be Friday, July 3, with an Independence Day celebration that's bigger than ever! Enjoy live music from the Jukebox Band and come hungry with food trucks BBQ by Big Black Grill, Timburgh, Shaved Kona Ice, Ekernally Yours Kettle Korn and Vinoski's own mouth-watering wood fired pizza.
Bring your blanket and spread out across 33 scenic acres to enjoy the show at this amazing castle winery. Parking donations and tips will be collected and matched by the winery owners, with all proceeds donated to two local charities. Please call 724-872-3333 for details on reservations.
Fourth of July Weekend at Greenhouse Winery - July 3-5 (Fireworks July 3)
Come for the fireworks and you'll be back for their wine. Greenhouse Winery has lined up three days of Fourth fun kicking off with live music, BBQ and fireworks on Friday, July 3.
After you start your 4th of July weekend off right, come on back for live music on Saturday and Sunday plus a Bloody Mary Bar Sunday to keep the party going.
Here Comes the Boom! Drive-In Fireworks Show - July 4
With local celebrations canceled, Marcus Wisneski (owner of Wisneski's Waste Management) decided that the show must go on. Not only did he buy the fireworks, he's doing the whole show himself.
Here Comes the Boom will end your 4th of July with a bang at Westmoreland County Fairgrounds, and is free to attend. The gates open at 7 and the show kicks off right at 10 p.m.
Jennerstown Speedway Racing and Fireworks - July 4
Your ears will be buzzing and your heart pumping after a night of racing and fireworks at Jennerstown Speedway. Enjoy a 200-lap Super Late Model race featuring drivers from across the country along with a 100-lap Pro Late Model race. It's the only event where you're sure to see sparks fly both during the high-stakes racing and afterwards with a giant fireworks display.
SOLD OUT! Fourth of July Fireworks at Seven Springs Mountain Resort - July 4
This event is sold out!
Watch the sky light up from all across Seven Springs at their Fourth of July Fireworks event July 4. Zambelli is bringing their outstanding fireworks spectacle you won't want to miss!
Cap off a weekend of fireworks fun with the Red, White & Boom 4th of July Celebration in Somerset. This show is another reminder of how our communities can come together and accomplish anything, with the Somerset Country Club, Little Big Shots and several local businesses and organizations collaborating on this celebration!
America's County Freedom Fireworks show starts at 9:30 p.m. Sunday evening. Look for test fireworks earlier in the week so you can find the best place to sit and enjoy!